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Dramaworks at West End Theatre is back for the 2022-2023 season. Photo submitted

West End Theatre celebrates its 10-year anniversary/announces new season

This fall marks West End Theatre’s tenth anniversary and the celebration gets underway with a full season of plays for the 2022-2023 season beginning this September.

“We look forward to celebrating this milestone by opening our season with the very first production that graced the West End stage 10 years ago, the witty and hilarious comedy, ‘Parallel Lives!” said executive director Danielle Plocki. The reprisal of the first show ever to play at the West End Theatre will star the original two actors Kim Carroll and Tina Terrazas. Dramaworks is partnering with Triple Threat Productions—a theatre group formed last year by Lisa Kelly, Kim Carroll and Tina Terrazas—for both this show and the holiday show “A Christmas Chaos.” The comedy speaks to the old adage “everything that can go wrong will go wrong.”

In February 2023, Dramaworks presents “On Borrowed Time” which has been referred to as “a cute little comedy about death.”

In May 2023, West End Theatre will partner with Feather River College to present the annual spring musical. This collaboration of a spring musical last occurred before COVID in 2019 with “Chicago.” This time around, FRC theatre instructor Jeff Bryan brings the 1950s classic American Show “Guys and Dolls” to the West End stage. The Tony Award winning show “gambles with luck and love under the bright lights of Broadway.”

Plocki and the rest of the crew at West End Theatre urge Plumas County to “support live theatre in your community by becoming a season ticket subscriber.”

Membership does have its perks in savings on tickets, reserved seating, exchange privileges, and guaranteed tickets. “Your support allows us to continue to provide an artistic home for adventurous performances, significant works of literature, plays, musicals and opportunities for creative growth and enrichment for our community and for our youth programs. We appreciate the community valuing what dramaworks and the West End Theatre continues to nurture in our beloved community; building connections and advancement of the arts,” said Plocki.

For more information, visit westendtheatre.us.

West End Theatre also now offers K-12 theatre education classes for all students in the county.

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