2010 / 2011 Season
Four Plays for $50
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How It Works
Subscribers receive a CAST Season Ticket Pass good for one admission to
each of the season’s four shows … and one of the passes may
be traded for the July show as well!
You choose which shows you are interested in seeing. After you sign up, you’ll receive a card that lists the shows, which you need to bring with you to each show. There is no need to choose the dates now. Two weeks before a play opens call or stop by Columbia Center for the Arts (541-387-8877 ext 117) and let us know which date and time you would like to reserve.
The Year of Magical Thinking
Written by Joan Didion
About the Play
This happened on December 30, 2003. That may seem a while ago but it won’t when it happens to you . . .”
In this dramatic adaptation of her award-winning, bestselling memoir (which The New York Times called “an indelible portrait of loss and grief ...a haunting portrait of a four-decade-long marriage), Joan Didion transforms the story of the sudden and unexpected loss of her husband and their only daughter into a stunning and powerful one-woman play.
The Broadway production of The Year of Magical Thinking opened at the Booth Theatre starring Vanessa Redgrave and directed by David Hare.
Playwrite Joan Didion was born in California and lives in New York City. She is the author of five novels and seven previous books of nonfiction.
Same Time, Next Year
Written by Bernard Slade
About the Play
One of the most popular romantic comedies of the century, Same Time, Next Year ran four years on Broadway, winning a Tony Award for lead actress Ellen Burstyn, who later recreated her role in the successful motion picture. It remains one of the world's most widely produced plays.
The plot follows a love affair between two people, married to others, who rendezvous once a year. Twenty-five years of manners, morals and attitudes are hilariously enacted by the lovers, Doris and George.
The Emperor's New Clothes
Written by Hans Christian Anderson
Highly entertaining, clever telling of the popular Hans Christian Anderson fable about the pitfalls of vanity and greed.
A Night of One Act Plays &
Showcase on New Directors
Acts from five separate plays featuring 5 new directors to CAST
Watch for additional information.
All My Sons
Written by Arthur Miller
About the Play
All My Sons is the sad Post-World War II story about the Kellers, a seemingly “All American” family. But the father, Joe Keller, has concealed a great sin. During the war, he allowed his factory to ship faulty airplane cylinders to the U.S. Armed Forces. Because of this, over twenty American pilots died.
Before the action of All My Sons begins, the following events have taken place ...
Joe Keller has been running a successful factory for decades. His business partner and neighbor, Steve Deever noticed the faulty parts first. Joe allowed the parts to be shipped. After the deaths of the pilots, both Steve and Joe are arrested. Joe is exonerated and released and the entire blame shifts to Steve who remains in jail.
Keller’s two sons, Larry and Chris, served during the war. Chris came back home. Larry’s airplane went down in China and the young man was declared MIA.
Purchase Season Tickets
|Price per play||
Adults: $15; Seniors: $12; Students: $12
|Price for all 4||
Adults: $50; Seniors: $40; Students: $40
|How to purchase tickets||
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