Funny Girl at Lakewood Theatre Company May 1 - June 14, 2020 CANCELEDFUNNY GIRL
Music by Jule Styne, Lyrics by Bob Merrill, Book by Isobel Lennart
Directed by Ron Daum
 
March 6 - April 12, 2020 - PERFORMANCES ARE NOW SADLY CANCELED

Show Title Sponsor: Marilyn & Ron Nutting

Directorial Sponsor: Samantha Richardson

Guest Artist Sponsor: Bonnie Conger

Purchase Tickets | THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELED - Sadly!

COVID-19 Cancelation Update:  If you have tickets for this show please use the form distributed by email to detail your wishes (Ticket request form found here).

Please consider donating your tickets back to the theatre. As you can imagine, it is extremely difficult to cancel performances. Your support doing this time of uncertainty allows organizations like ours to remain a vibrant part of our community. 

Our box office is working remotely with reduced staff and it may take several days before we can answer you. Thank you for your patience as we work through this together. Our plan is to continue with a new season in late fall of 2020!

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This is a video sent by Angie Fisher the actress cast as our Fanny Brice in the now-canceled May-June 2020 production of “Funny Girl” at Lakewood Theatre. Ron Daum, the director of our production of “Funny Girl,” asked if she would record a song from the show as an opening night gift to the cast and crew. We were so touched by her song and asked Angie if it would be possible to share with you our subscribers and single ticket buyers. She heartily agreed and hopes you will enjoy it. We are saddened the show can’t be staged but her poignant version of “People,” is just what we need to hear today … and every day!



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Buddy Returns: A Buddy Holly Tribute August 16-18, 2018

 

This is a musical review featuring the musical hits by Buddy Holly, the Big Bopper, and Ritchie Valens. The event was designed to raise funds for Lakewood programs. The evening featured Matthew McClure as Buddy Holly, Matthew Snyder as Ritchie Valens, and Eric Furuheim as the Big Bopper.

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The Ghost of David Belasco, February 8, 2020

 

An original play written and directed by Cynthia Whitcomb

 

Set in a haunted theatre, where a group of interested characters hires a medium to try and lay the ghost of theatre impresario David Belasco to rest so the theatre can reopen. They successfully make contact but things go hilariously astray. A farce in the style of Noises Off and The Play That Goes Wrong.

 

 

 

A Dangerous Joy Jan. 27-28, 2019

 

Written and Directed by Terry Lomax

 

An original play based on German pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s true-life story, writer and director Terry Lomax has written a fictional account of the last hour of Bonhoeffer’s life.

 

 

 

Sides: the Musical Jan 29 & 30, 2019

 

Music, Lyrics and Direction by Matthew Capurro

 

Musical Direction by Jeffrey Michael Kauffman

 

Every relationship’s story has at least two sides. This highly anticipated song cycle featured in sneak preview last summer at Portland Playhouse explores stories of romance, family and friendships from their many sides, as characters share their sometimes poignant, sometimes comical perspectives.

 

 

 

Dancing with July – February 2019

 

an original musical By Hayley Green (Book and Lyrics) and Jean Lee (Music)

 

A man who will never leave the woman he loves. A woman who will not let herself see the truth. When July Abernathy is faced with a series of events set into motion by the one person that she could never live without, she is forced to see life from the other side of the coin and accept all of the reality that comes with it.The sweeping, melodic score composed by New York songwriter, Jean Lee, helps to create a deeply moving story that lingers with the viewer long after the last note fades.

 

 

 

Young Playwrights  January, 2018

 

Lakewood Theatre Company's Young Playwrights Festival is a collection of one-act plays by high school playwrights from the Portland metro area who have been selected to work with professional directors and actors to gain insight, experience, and feedback to develop their plays. The 2018 plays include War by Philip Chan. The Library by Kendall Gordon, and The Unopened Can by Aishwarya Marathe.

 

 

 

Young Playwrights January, 2019

 

Young Playwrights Festival (YPF) is a collection of one-act plays by High School playwrights from the Portland metro area who have been selected to work with professional directors and actors to gain insight, experience, and feedback to develop their plays. The 2019 plays include Two Points Below Perfect by Emily Imanishi Two Princes by Megumi Hoff, and Dr. Mrs. by Aishwarya Marathe.

 

 

 

Young Playwrights Festival, Feb. 1, 2020

 

Lakewood Theatre Company's Young Playwrights Festival is a collection of one-act plays by high school playwrights from the Portland metro area who have been selected to work with professional directors and actors to gain insight, experience, and feedback to develop their plays. The 2020 plays include Plays To Remember by Emily Imanishi,  Once More by Lana Sage, Playdate by Aishwarya Marathe, and Body Keeps Score.  

 

 

 

A Bootlegger’s Son, September 2018

 

American folk-rock story of family and alcohol in early Oregon

 

An original musical by Brian Harrison, Composer & Musical Director

 

Brian Harrison’s original musical is a vivid mixed media walk through time telling the story of Oregon’s wild past through the eyes of 2 children. A family must immigrate from Europe to Portland. A young brother and sister endure unthinkable events and struggle to overcome the darkness of greed, alcohol, abuse, and labor to save their grandfather’s fortune. Brian Harrison’s interest in Oregon history and his folk-rock sensibilities along with his classical training in piano and guitar shine in this musical’s elegant compositions.