Welcome to our 10th Anniversary Season!!
The 2022 OutCast "Season of Firsts"!
Five World Premiere Productions!
Season Ticket Sales 1/15/22-3/1/22
And Now, Direct from the Condo Across the Street, by Henry Meyerson - Directed by Phil Jordan - March 11-26
Joey Green (formerly Greenberg) has been a stand-up comic for nearly fifty years. Now, at 72, he is working the condo circuit in Florida struggling with an audience that either cannot hear him or is falling asleep. To make matters worse, his ex-wife, ARLENE, now deceased five years, has returned to help him cope with the news that he is dying. In a visit to his adult children, Joey tries to make his life of missteps right, and in his own mind he does, even as in the words of his son Howard, he remains a pain in the ass, then, now, and forever.
A Small Miracle for Feeney, by Richard Shear - Directed by TBA
A father’s loss of his son is the impetus for his seemingly insane cross-country quest to find his son’s doppelganger. This touching journey of love and grief borders on magical realism.
New Works Project - A Staged Reading
Thank You, Dear, by Meg Noble Peterson & Lynne Warrin - Directed by TBA - June 25 & 26
Three sisters in their fifties meet at the family’s summer cottage to be together with their mother, Alice, for the 4th of July weekend, and, unbeknownst to her, to decide what course of action should be taken to ensure her wellbeing. With years of family emotional baggage in tow, each assumes her role in the family weekend. The complexities of family life come to the surface, and old tensions erupt. Alice, meanwhile, in enough mental control to make decisions, has her own ideas about her future.
It's All Good, by Kezia Hirsey - Directed by TBA - September 9-24
When Leonard and his wife, Elizabeth, throw a cocktail party to facilitate a blind date, nothing goes quite as planned. As the evening progresses and the alcohol flows, manners dissipate, tempers flare and relationships are tested as the group weaves in and out of confrontational, humorous verbal sparring matches which descend into one tailspin after another. Saved by the combination of inebriation, titillating conversation and the willingness to temporarily overlook each other's conspicuous faults, they prevail and ride out the night to the end, where surprises await.
Hyde and Seek - A New Musical, Book & Lyrics by June Rachelson-Ospa, Music by Phil Goodbody - Directed by Ned Farley
Meet Henry Jekyll, age 15, and his family. He appears to be an angel of a child. Smart, loving and sensitive...or is he? Henry has a playmate. Edward Hyde. Is he an imaginary friend? Is he a man? Or is he a dangerous monster hiding inside of Henry?
OutCast Covid Health & Safety Notification
OutCast Covid Guidelines
OutCast Productions will be following guidelines published by both the CDC and the State of Washington and ask our patrons to check our Facebook page or website before attending a performance for the most up-to-date policies.
Following both professional (Equity) and non-professional (Community Theater Associations) requirements/recommendations; all actors, crew, and volunteer staff are required to be vaccinated. Due to the increasing impact of the Delta variant, starting with the opening of our September production, we are requiring all patrons to be vaccinated and to have proof of vaccination available at the door when you check in to your chosen performance. This can be with either your actual CDC vaccination card or a clear and readable photo of that card. We do understand that there may be some medical and/or religious exceptions to this, thus require those who are unvaccinated to show proof of a negative, approved Covid test taken within 72 hours of your chosen performance. All patrons must be masked.
Depending on circumstances or the aforementioned guidance from CDC/State of Washington, we recognize that things may change over the next weeks/months. If so, we will post any updates on our website, Facebook page and in all patron communications.
For the comfort of everyone entering the theater, we will:
Have hand sanitizer available at the entry
Clean the theater before every performance
Have disposable masks available
Employ ticketless entry
Temporarily forego concession sales
We are a small venue and want to make sure that everyone is as protected as possible. By purchasing a ticket(s) you agree that OutCast Productions or any of its staff are not responsible for your health.
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Did you know that our Black Box Theater is available to rent? Whether you want to stage a production or simply care to host a meeting, we offer several ways for you to accomplish your goals right here in beautiful Langley, Washington!
OutCast Productions would like to bring more energy-efficient theater lighting to the Black Box theater! We have successfully raised almost $19,000 and have installed 9 new LED stage lights as well as purchased a new light board for our tech booth.
We still have $15,000 to go and although we are applying for arts grants, we still rely on donations from supporters like you and ask that you consider contributing to our fundraising effort and Phase 3 goal of $8,000 by either clicking on the "Donate Button" below or sending a check to
PO Box 1315, Langley, WA 98260
Thank You for supporting OutCast Productions in 2022.