Co-Chair: Martha Roy – 541-831-1543
Co-Chair: Susan Watson – 423-833-5853
Camelot Theater is closed for a while so we won't be going to "You Can't Take It with You" in May. For now, enjoy the landscape of your mind. And keep smiling brightly at each other on the sidewalks of Eagle Point. A big smile is darn good entertainment.
OSF has cancelled March performances so our group will miss "Peter and the Starcatcher." Our May 19th trip to Camelot Theatre for "You Can't Take It with You" is pending. The theater will give us an update in mid-April. Keep in shape for play viewing with deep-breathing exercises and daily comics. Belly-laugh muscles can't get… Read More.
"Peter and the Starcatcher" is coming up on March 29. Contact Susan Watson if you wish to be on the waitlist. "You Can't Take it with You" a comedy on May 17th at the Camelot Theatre in Talent. Cost is $31. Performance is at 2 p.m. with carpooling at 1 p.m. Contact Martha Roy with… Read More.
On January 26th twenty-one women (we will refer to S.W.’s granddaughter as a woman, because we were ALL women at her age) attended the Collaborative Theatre Group’s performance of “Sherwood, Adventures of Robin Hood.” We laughed, we rose when instructed, we booed at the villain, we did NOT kneel for Prince John, we laughed again.… Read More.
Susan Watson is coordinating the Theater Group’s March outing to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival play “Peter and the Starcatcher,” based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. “Pirates, mermaids, swashbuckling fights and a giant ticking crocodile. We know the destination-Neverland- but Peter and the Starcatcher is the story of how we got there.… Read More.
The Theater Group is scheduled to attend “Sherwood, The Adventures of Robin Hood” on Sunday, January 26 at 1:30 p.m. at the Collaborative Theatre Group in Medford. The cost is $18. Send your checks to Martha Roy by January 8th. The play is a farce written by Ken Ludwig.
September 29th, 27 members of the Theater Group attended a performance of "Billy Elliot" at Camelot Theatre in Talent. "Billy Elliot" is a story of a young boy who chooses ballet over boxing and coal-mining and the family and community who choose, with difficulty, to love him anyway.
September 29th, the Theater Group will attend the 2 p.m. matinee of "Billy Elliot" at the Camelot Theatre in Talent. All our tickets are spoken for, but contact Martha Roy.
In July, thirty members of the Theater Group attended the Cabaret Theatre's performance of "Momma Mia." The cast was spot on, the music wonderful and the brunch satisfying. We glowed.
Sixteen members of the Theater Group celebrated Cinco de Mayo by attending Octavio Solis's play "Mother Road" at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. The play was a well-imagined sequel to Steinbeck's "Grapes of Wrath," jumping into the 21st century life of the two remaining members of the Joad family–one an elderly farmer who did not migrate… Read More.