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Region IX Festival

The festival process is conducted and guided by the American Association of Community Theatre or AACT. AACT’s theatre festivals are part of a multi-year process that culminates in a national festival, held in odd-numbered years. Community theatres from AACT’s 10 regions enter productions for adjudication and advancement from state to regional to national level. AACTFest is thus a celebration of theatre and a learning experience for those who take part.

The Region IX (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington) Festival will be held in Boise, Idaho March 31 – April 1, 2017 at the Boise State University Special Events Center (SPEC). 

Advancing to the Regionals are:

Boise Little Theater —The Other Room
DreamWeaver Theatrical Productions — The Wizard of Oz
Tacoma Little Theatre — Second Samuel
TACOMA MUSICAL PLAYHOUSE — The Addams Family
Oregon winner following their state festival Mar. 17-18

You can purchase you tickets at the door or online http://www.brownpapertickets.com/Event/289207

$10-Fri
$15-Sat
$20-Festival Pass for all shows
For more information contact Festival Co-Chairs: Jonathan Perry and Debbie Hertzog 

Thank you TMP!

A successful Kaleidoscope festival takes a dedicated team of tireless supporters working countless hours in the background to make it happen. The WSCTA would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to the Tacoma Musical Playhouse festival team for making Kaleidoscope 2017 such a great experience. At the risk of missing a name, we want to specifically thank Jeffrey Stvrtecky, Sue Snyder, Aslhey Cozine, Jill Voelker, Iris McBride, Dennis Kurtz, John Chenault, Caitlin Cowan, Cassandra DeChant, Ely Mattson, Jocelyne Fowler, Kat Dollarhide, Kyle Rice, Sophie Stiles, Kat Fresh, Cedric Leggin and the many TMP volunteers who made this happen. Jon Douglas Rake is lucky to have you all on his team!

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