Spokane Civic Theatre

The Spokane Civic Theatre will present Holding On-Letting Go March 17 through April 9 in the Studio Theatre.  This morning, playwright Bryan Harnetiaux, director Jack Delehanty and cast member Susan Hardie chatted with Verne in our studios about the play, which takes a humorous and heartrending look at end-of-life issues.  The performances on March 19, March 26, April 2 and April 6 will feature a special guided dialogue session after the show with the cast, production team and representatives from Hospice of Spokane.

Spokane Civic Theatre's A Little Night Music will open on February 10, 2017. This morning the director Lenny Bart, music director Henry McNulty and cast members Abbey Crawford, Jim Swoboda, and Patrick McHenry-Kroetch stopped by the studio to talk about the show and share a couple of songs.  

The final Theater Wednesday interview today was with the cast of Spokane Civic Theatre's Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. Mary Starkey, Molly Allen, Thomas Heppler and Jonah Taylor chatted with Verne about the show which opens on January 27 and you can hear highlights from that interview below.  More information and tickets available from Spokane Civic Theatre

It's the first Theater Wednesday of the new year and to mark the occasion Verne spent time in the studio with three guests from Spokane Civic Theatre's The Gin Game.  Director Jean Hardie and cast members Kathie Doyle-Lipe and Ed Bryan talked about the production which runs this weekend only, January 5-7, 2017.  

More information and tickets available from Spokane Civic Theatre.

In the studio this  morning Verne sat down with director Lenny Bart and actors Gary Pierce, Chris Taylor, and Kelsi Blaser about the Civic Theatre's production of It's a Wonderful Life - A Radio Play.  This recreation of a 1940's radio program will run at the Bing Theater at 6pm on December 23rd and 24th.  KPBX will broadcast the December 24th performance live on 91.1 FM as part of Spokane Public Radio's holiday programming.

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