Our Mission: To provide for the cultural enhancement of our patrons, participants and community by the production of high quality theatrical entertainment.

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Up Next On Our Stage

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Written by Michele L. Vacca
Produced by permission of Classic On Stage

Produced by AnnMarie Lockhart

Directed by Kathy Bobchin and Leah Zuckerman

SATURDAY APRIL 28th AT 3:00 PM
SUNDAY APRIL 29th AT 12:00 PM AND 3:00 PM
SUNDAY MAY 6TH AT 12:00 PM AND 3:00 PM

Ticket prices are only $7.00 on line for “RESERVED SEATS” OR $8.00 at the door.
Group rates available for 10 or more people, email info@smstc.org.


Kidworks productions are a family event, which allows you to introduce your youngest children to the wonders of live theatre. We do this, by keeping the play short and the excitement high, to hold their attention.


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CAST:
Narrator: Quinn Guerra
Hansel: Rocco Navarria
Gretel: Elizabeth Bera
Father: Howie Myers
Stepmother: Tina Mix
The Witch - Hagatha Grundilly
Sweetbriar: Victoria Mossier

The Witch’s Apprentices:
Rasputin Machiavelli Vampiro III: Kate Stefek
Dizzy Wierdeena: Cindy Warner

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"Image designed by Blake R. York, Used by permission of Tacoma Little Theatre".

Written by Mark Medoff

Produced by Jessica Mennella
Directed by Pat Schladebeck & Donna Sanford
May 18 thru 26
Friday and Saturdays at 8:00 PM
Sunday at 3:00 PM

Synopsis: After three years in the Peace Corps, James joins the faculty of a school for the deaf, where he is to teach lip-reading. He meets Sarah, a school dropout totally deaf from birth. She is estranged from the world of hearing, and from those who would compromise to enter that world. Fluent in sign language, James tries to help Sarah, but gradually the two fall in love and marry. At first their relationship is happy, as the gulf of silence between them seems to be bridged by their desire to understand each other's needs and feelings.

"CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD is an extraordinary play—illuminating, consistently interesting and moving." —Variety.

"In any season this play would be a major event, a play of great importance, absorbing and interesting, full of love, understanding and passion." —NY Post. "

…an authentic work of art." —The New Yorker.



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