We are pleased to announce our 2017 season, which includes
our Spring and Fall Fundraisers,
and our two Summer Shows:
MSTW's Spring Fundraiser The 5th Annual One-Act Festival
Main Street Theatre Works' Short-Attention Span Theatre!
Join us for our 2017 Spring Fundraiser Our 5th Annual One-Act Festival. A variety of one-act plays, scenes and monologues performed by some of MSTW's favorite actors, some new faces, and several Amador locals! LIMITED ENGAGEMENT FUNDRAISER
Special Performance Dates: April 8th at 2pm & 8pm April 9th at 2pm
Native Sons Hall in Sutter Creek Tickets are $25 and include a dessert bar, coffee/tea and the show. Seating is limited so get your tickets early!
June 23 – July 22
Grab your Stetson and head on over to DOUBLEWIDE, TEXAS
Kicking off MSTW’s Summer Season is the hilarious and fast-paced comedy, Doublewide, Texas.
The inhabitants of one of the smallest trailer parks in Texas—four doublewides and a shed—are thrown for a loop when they realize the nearby town of Tugaloo is determined to annex them. And it’s not as if they don’t already have enough to deal with...READ MORE
Arthur Miller's The Crucible Directed by Susan McCandless
Salem, Massachusetts, 1692: When the girls of this small, devout town, under the malign spell of their ringleader Abigail Williams, accuse countless decent people of witchcraft, fear, anger and injustice rip apart the village. Only gradually does it become clear that Abigail has her own motives for revenge. Arthur Miller’s explosive account of the famous Salem witch trials caused a sensation with its parallels to the Communist scares of the 1950s, and remains one of his most enduring classics. It has the intensity of a thriller, but is also a cautionary tale of religious fundamentalism.
The Crucible runs Friday & Saturday, 8/11 - 9/9
The MSTW Mercury Theatre Radio Players presents: Around the World in 80 Days
This November, MSTW recreates another classic radio play from the Mercury Theatre on the Air series, a live stage rendition of Around the World in 80 Days, at the Native Sons Hall in Sutter Creek.
Under the direction of Allen Pontes, who has produced, directed and starred in these radio dramas for six years running, the production will also feature many of your other MSTW favorites.
LIMITED ENGAGEMENT FUNDRAISER
Saturday, November 4th (doors open at 7:15pm for dessert, show starting at 8:00pm).
Matinees: Saturday & Sunday, November 4th & 5th (doors open at 1:15pm for dessert, show starting at 2:00pm).
Season tickets are $70 each and include one ticket for each of the following shows:
5th Annual One-Act Festival (Fundraiser) - April 8 & 9, 2017 Doublewide, Texas - June 23 - July 22 The Crucible - August 11 - September 9 Around the World in 80 Days (fundraiser) - November 4 & 5, 2017
ANNOUNCING... Auditions for our 2017 Summer Season
Sunday, 1/22 and Monday 1/23
for Doublewide, Texas & The Crucible
Main Street Theatre Works will be auditioning actors for our 2017 Summer Season, which performs at the Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre in Jackson. All rehearsals are in Sacramento until tech week, and actors will be paid a $150 stipend. All roles are open. Auditions will be held on Sunday, 1/22 and Monday, 1/23 from 6:30 – 9:00pm, at the R25 Arts Complex at 1723 25th Street in midtown, Sacramento. If you are interested in auditioning, please read the synopsis and character details HERE.
Main Street Theatre Works is a professionally oriented, rural theatre company performing in the heart of Amador County. We are a non-profit theatre company that thrives on a healthy collaborative effort of art, passion, and volunteers. We welcome your support. Click here to find out how you can get involved behind the scenes and on the stage with MSTW.
Location for the Summer Season:
The Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre 1127 N. Main Street, Jackson MAP IT
Patrons are encouraged to come early with picnics, chairs, jackets, and bug spray.
Summer Season Tickets available at these locations: