Auditions for He Done Her Wrong and Curse You, Jack Dalton The ShoeString Community Players are holding auditions for two hilarious melodramas on May 28th and 29th at 6:00 p.m. at the ShoeBox Theater, 231 S. 1st Street, St Helens. He Done Her Wrong and Curse You, Jack Dalton involve dastardly villains, virile heroes, pure but plucky heroines, and startling plot twists. He Done Her Wrong calls for a female in her late 40s to early 50s, two females in their 20s, a female in her early 30s, a male in his late 30s and a male in his 20s. Curse You, Jack Dalton requires a female in her mid to late 50s, a female in her mid to late 20s, two females in their late teens to 20, two males mid to late 20s, and one male in his mid 30s. Show dates are July 25th, 26th and 27th and August 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
ShoeString Community Players will be having it’s Grand Opening of the ShoeBox Theater, 231 S First Street, St. Helens, May 18 at 4:00-7:00 pm. Plan on seeing many new and old faces as we share pictures, videos, stories, memories, and entertainment from the last 36 years of entertaining the community. This event is not to be missed. For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org
• Directed by Tom Weaver, retired director of the Scappoose High School Drama Club. • Casting is open primarily for middle school students. • No cost to participate. • Rehearsals will be Monday-Thursday from 4:00-5:30 pm. • Transportation is not provided.
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING UNCLE ROSCOE It’s almost Christmas – the season to be jolly – but things are going downhill fast at the Kendalls’! Carl’s been fired, the budget won’t stretch far enough to cover gifts for everyone and Uncle Roscoe’s due to arrive any day for a visit. As a matter of fact, a reasonable facsimile of Uncle has arrived, a bit prematurely, and brought his friend Kenny. He takes advantage of the mistaken identity and lends his expertise in solving family problems with dynamic energy and a joyously funny slant on life’s challenges. By the time the real Uncle Roscoe appears, these two lovable con men have already won the Kendalls’ hearts and carry on with plenty of zest and compassion. A thoroughly contemporary holiday celebration, warmly, wryly, humorous and brimming with the love of living. Perfect for the winter season.