Announcing the Studio Series, 80th season edition‏

You've probably seen the announcement of our mainstage productions for our 80th season - the first play, Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, opens in a little over a month. If you haven't seen the season trailer, check it out on our Youtube channel.

However, KWLT isn't just about mainstage productions. Over the coming year, we have a whole bunch of exciting opportunities for you to be involved. Through the year, we'll be running numerous outlets for your creativity (or viewing pleasure) under the Studio Series umbrella. 

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Introducing the KWLT Board of Directors for our 80th season

Board of Directors for 2015-2016

Stacey Saunders President
Matt Walsh Vice President & Rentals Manager
Elizabeth McFaul Secretary
Lisa Hagen Treasurer
Colleen Matthews Artistic Director
Carolyn Galvin Executive Producer
Wes Campaigne Membership Director
Karl Zaryski Box Office Manager
Adrienne Dandy Communications Director
Heather MacDonald Director-at-Large
Chris Robinson Director-at-Large
Jackie Robinson Director-at-Large

In addition to the board itself, the following members have also been elected to officer roles:


Battle of the Bards Postponed to the Fall

Due to a string of last-minute cancellations from some performers in the last 36 hours, Battle of the Bards is going to postpone tonight's performances to a later night. We will not be getting together at KWLT tonight, and we'll try to reschedule something for the early fall.

Thank you all for promising to have been a huge turnout tonight, and I look forward to seeing everyone in the fall.

--Josh Hoey


Auditions for a reading of King Lear - Lost & Found Theatre

Announcing audtions for the fall 2015 staged reading of "King Lear" by Lost & Found Theatre, featuring Ted Fellows as Lear.

When: Saturday, September 19, 1-5pm
Where: Woodland Christian High School, 1058 Spitzig Road, Breslau
What: Readings from “King Lear” in groups of 6 - 45 minute time slots
Who: Interested community theatre & student actors, ages 18–70
(This is a non-paying production)