Monday, November 11, 2013

Here's What Else is Happening on the Scene

In addition to what we've already posted the following shows are opening this weekend:

THE BRIDE WORE BLACK runs 7 p.m., November 16 and 17 at the Vancouver Elks Lodge #823. The dinner theater, $22 is presenting by Timeless Circle Players (which appears to be a new theater group brought to us by Rebecca Kramer, formerly of the Slocum Players).

"The Bride Wore Black" is a Murder Mystery Dinner Theater by Bill Hoelscher directed by Alan Stokesbary and produced by Rebecca Kramer. Here's the info from their Facebook page:

Timeless Circle Players in cahoots with Vancouver Elks #823 will be presenting a fun and funny dinner murder mystery show. This is a two show run you don’t want to miss.

Mr. and Mrs. Deveraux cordially invite you to the wedding of their son Charles Gremalde Deveraux to the beautiful Miss Delilah Goddilt. The amazing Ms. Ola Mae will be arranging the wedding the likes of which Vancouver has never seen. Please come and enjoy the festivities as you witness the wedding and the melding of these interesting families.

Tickets for Timeless Circle Players production of The Bride Wore Black, are $22.00 which include both the show and dinner and may be purchased via credit card by calling 360/256-0823 or by emailing or going to the Elks located at 11605 SE McGillivray Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98683. Ticket Reservations: 360/256-0823 or

Location: Vancouver Elk #823, 11605 SE McGillivray Blvd, Vancouver, Wash.

Performance Dates: Saturday, November 16 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, November 17 at 1 p.m.

Adult beverages will be available for an extra charge to all members and guests.


COFFEE WITH GOD and CHECK PLEASE, by Serendipity Players, continue their dinner theater run at El Presidente.


Clark College presents CURSE OF THE STARVING CLASS, "a dark comedy exploring the American Family with a disturbing twist."


The classic Holocaust play THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK is being presented by the Woodland High School Drama Department (recommended for 13 and older), 7 p.m., November 14-16 at the high school, 757 Park, Woodland, Wash. Admission is $6 general, $5 for seniors and $2 for students. Call 360-841-2800 for info and tickets.


ION, an original adaption of the tragic comedy Euripides, runs two weekends at the Vancouver School of Arts and Academics, 7 p.m., November 14-16 and 21-23 at the Royal Durst Theater on the Shumway Campus of the school, 3101 Main St. Tickets are $5 general and $4 for students and seniors.  Call 360-313-4600 for info and tickets.


Battle Ground High School opens the classic TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD, based on the Harper Lee book, at The Lair on the school campus, 300 Main St., Battle Ground, Wash., 7 p.m., November 14-16 and 21-23. Admission is $10 general, $5 for students and seniors. Call 360-885-6500 or visit for info and tickets.


THE PASSION OF DRACULA is to be presented by the Heritage High School Thespian Society, 7 p.m., November 14-16 at the school, 7825 NE 130th Ave. Tickets are $6 general and $4 for seniors, students and children 12 and younger. Call 360-604-3400 for info and tickets.


Also opening from the Journey Theater Arts Group: THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, JR.

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