Our 2016-2017 Season
We have updated all information and pricing to reflect our new three show season for 2016-17
Christmas At The Juniper Tavern
By Charles Deemer
December 1st-December 18th
An exploration into faith, morality, and family ties, this play is loosely based on the true story of a religious group who took over a small agricultural town in Oregon during the early 80s. Written by Oregon playwright, Charles Deemer, this ACE Award-winning play hits close to home as the local residents seek to reconcile their lives after the local mill has closed, while at the same time dealing with the influx of new people to their community.
Circle Mirror Transformation
By Annie Baker
February 24th-March 12th
Lauded nationwide as one of today’s most talented playwrights, Annie Baker weaves the story of five people who come together for a simple acting class. Over the six weeks course, each character experiences a roller coaster ride of hopes, hurts, fears, and truths. This intimate drama won the Obie Award for best new play in 2009.
****PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR “PAY WHAT YOU WILL” PERFORMANCE IS SUNDAY, 2/26. THIS PERFORMANCE IS NOT SOLD OUT, IT IS FIRST COME FIRST SERVED AT THE DOOR AND WE WILL TAKE CASH DONATIONS FOR ANY AMOUNT. THANK YOU!****
Vallep Rep’s Writing Competition & One-Act Festival
May 4th-May 21st
Come and enjoy an evening of one-act performances written and performed by your neighbors! More details will be forthcoming!
$18 Adults; $15 Seniors; $12 Students
(Discounts available with Season Subscriptions and groups of 10 or more)
All tickets are for general seating and will be sold at the door with the box office opening twenty minutes before the show begins.
Visit our Tickets page for more information about reserving your seats.
All of our shows this season will play best to mature teens and older. However there is no adult language or content that would be particularly objectionable. Christmas at the Juniper Tavern asks some tough questions. Circle Mirror Transformation is just amazing, but kids might not get it. And of course, the one-acts will be a mixed bag.