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Editor: Shannon Cottongame October 12, 2022 Sean Keegan,LWA Board Vice PresidentStacey Greenawalt Lake Whitney Arts Association recently met with graduates who received Let Your Light Shine Fund scholarships for 2022. Kendrick Booth, Brayden Heath and Sean Keegan were presented $500 each in hopes that the funds will help offset first-year costs at their respective colleges, … Continue reading LWA meets with scholarship recipients
The children’s musical "Sleepy Hollow" is planned for one more weekend at Lake Whitney Arts. Performances are Friday and Saturday evenings at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. The show features Allie Griffin, Sean Keegan, Robert Dale, Sylis Arriaga, Caylee Trimble, Marissa Carmona, Mymy Memon, Anslee Gillaspie, Karlie Barnes, Kaylee Myers, Layla Bowman, Paisley … Continue reading Last chance to see “Sleepy Hollow”
Lake Whitney Arts’ summer Children’s Theatre production of "Sleepy Hollow" opens Friday, August 5. Children have been busy rehearsing their lines and preparing to take the stage opening night. Show times are 7 p.m. Friday, August 5, Saturday, August 6, Friday, August 12, and Saturday, August 13. Matinees are scheduled at 2 p.m. Sunday, August … Continue reading Sleepy Hollow tickets on sale
Editor: Shannon Cottongame July 13, 2022 Cast of "Sleepy Hollow" set, tickets on saleRehearsals are underway for Lake Whitney Arts’ summer Children’s Theatre production of Sleepy Hollow. Tickets are on sale at LakeWhitneyArts.org. When inane schoolmaster Ichabod Crane comes to Sleepy Hollow, he brings with him all his worldly possessions as he seeks a well-to-do … Continue reading Cast of “Sleepy Hollow” set, tickets on sale
Editor: Shannon Cottongame June 9, 2022 There’s still one more weekend to catch "Deliver Us From Mama" at Lake Whitney Arts. "It’s a rip-roaring, hilarious, high-octane race to beat the stork featuring aliens and car chases and skunks," said Director Ed Sanders. The cast includes Cindy Parks, Joe Neal Pedigo, Stacey Greenawalt, Gene Moore, Kitty … Continue reading The show goes on…
Editor: Shannon Cottongame April 4, 2022 AAAAAND HE'S OUT. Amber Hadley and Gene Moore rehearse the wedding scene from "Deliver Us From Mama" at Lake Whitney Arts. The show is the sequel to 2019's "Mama Won't Fly" and reintroduces some of the same characters along with many new faces. Directed by Ed Sanders, the comedy … Continue reading LWA rehearses “Deliver Us From Mama”
Editor: Shannon Cottongame April 27, 2022 Rehearsals have begun for Lake Whitney Arts’ next production. “Deliver Us From Mama,” directed by Ed Sanders, is the sequel to 2019’s “Mama Won’t Fly.” Cindy Parks returns to the role of overbearing Mama Norleen Sprunt, and Stacey Greenawalt returns as her long-suffering daughter Savannah Honeycutt. Joe Neal Pedigo … Continue reading Lake Whitney Arts preparing for next comedy
Editor: Shannon Cottongame March 9, 2022 Lake Whitney Arts has announced that it will once again host a Murder Mystery Theatre. Tickets are now on sale for "Murder Under the Big Top" the evening of Saturday, March 26, from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. LWA describes the evening as follows: "It’s 1952, and P.U. Barnhum’s world-famous … Continue reading Tickets on sale for Lake Whitney Arts’ Murder Mystery Theatre on March 26
Editor: Shannon Cottongame February 16, 2022 Dress rehearsals are in full swing for Lake Whitney Arts' production of "The 39 Steps," adapted from the Hitchcock film of the same name. Joe Neal Pedigo and George Staples appear as many characters, among them the pair of thugs shown here. This fast and funny show features nearly … Continue reading Rehearsals underway for “The 39 Steps”
Editor: Shannon Cottongame February 2, 2022 Stephen Buse, a Whitney High School theatre teacher who the community rallied around after he was injured in a 2016 crash, is returning to the local stage as the professor in an adaptation of Hitchcock’s “The 39 Steps” at Lake Whitney Arts. “Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy … Continue reading Theatre teacher returns to the stage
Editor: Shannon Cottongame November 3, 2021 Lake Whitney Arts is ready to open its Jones, Hope and Wooten comedy "Honky Tonk Hissy Fit" this week. The show is directed by Ed Sanders, and performances are scheduled November 6 through November 14. The dinner show is sold out, but tickets for the remaining performances may be … Continue reading Lake Whitney Arts show set to open
Editor: Shannon Cottongame October 27, 2021 Stacey Greenawalt and Rusty Cook enjoy a laugh as rehearsals continue at Lake Whitney Arts for Honky Tonk Hissy Fit, a comedy by Jones, Hope and Wooten. Online tickets for November’s live performances can be purchased at http://www.lakewhitneyarts.org.
Editor: Shannon Cottongame October 20, 2021 Local talent Tracey Kirkland portrays Harper Channing in Lake Whitney Arts’ November production of Honky Tonk Hissy Fit. Tickets are available at http://www.lakewhitneyarts.org. The show opens Saturday, November 6. For more information, call 254-694-5105.
October 13, 2021 Miranda Essex and Amberly Hadley (seated) are pictured preparing to rehearse a scene from Lake Whitney Arts’ next production, "Honky Tonk Hissy Fit," which opens Saturday, November 6. Dinner show tickets are now available online at http://www.lakewhitneyarts.org.
Editor: Shannon Cottongame October 6, 2021 Pictured are Lake Whitney Arts veteran Gail Warren and newcomer George Staples in rehearsal. Rehearsals are up and running for Lake Whitney Arts' rollicking comedy, “Honky Tonk Hissy Fit” by Jones, Hope and Wooten. The cast includes Cindy Parks, Stacey Greenawalt, Rusty Cook, Miranda Essex, Gail Warren, George Staples, … Continue reading “Honky Tonk Hissy Fit” offers hilarity with heart
Editor: Shannon Cottongame September 15, 2021 Lake Whitney Arts’ "Hat Tricks" features a talented local ensemble cast. Final performances are Friday through Sunday, September 17-19. This quirky show was a finalist for the 2008 Oregon Book Awards and Angus Bowmer Award in Drama. Pictured above, Bailey Folkestad (left) and Donna Booth (right) sport dreamy hats … Continue reading Final performances of “Hat Tricks” planned
Editor: Shannon Cottongame September 1, 2021 Lake Whitney Arts is pleased to have awarded a $500 college scholarship to recent high school graduate Blake Trimble, who has been involved with at least a dozen shows at Lake Whitney Arts. Pictured above, Board of Directors member Marc Minnies presents a scholarship certificate to Trimble at the … Continue reading Lake Whitney Arts awards scholarship
Editor: Shannon Cottongame September 1, 2021 Rehearsals are underway for Lake Whitney Arts’ September production of “Hat Tricks” by Dori Appel, directed by Rebecca Strange. Pictured above, Angela Montgomery, Kelly Robson and Becca Bilz Davis play a daughter, mother and reporter, respectively, as they rehearse one of the final scenes of the show. The production … Continue reading LWA to present “Hat Tricks”