Theatre West presents their fall production of Saving Grace. This is a romantic comedy by Jack Sharkey. The play runs October 20 through November 12, 2011 every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening. The doors open at 7:30 P.M. for performances and the curtain goes up promptly at 8:00 P.M. The box office is open on show days at 2:00 P.M. Advance reservations are recommended and can be made by calling (541) 994-5663. Please leave a message and someone will call you back.
This is a zany tale of a warmhearted girl who mistakes a telephone repairman for a burglar. She tries to convert him from his life of crime, and ends up having to pretend he is her husband. This dismays her strait laced sister’s evangelist fiancé. Come join us at Theatre West and find out what happens next. You will not be disappointed. This show had critics and audiences cheering both at the Maryland and the Chicago premier productions.
The play is directed by Cindy Wesolowski. Cindy recently appeared in Opal’s Million Dollar Duck by John Patrick as Queenie. She directed Over the River and Through the Woods by Joe DiPietro early last season.
Appearing on the Jack Coyne stage are Kiera Morgan as Harriet Larkin, Paul Wilhelmi as Alex Docker, Richard Sogn as Walter Chepple, Shelby Barton as Gregor Vanitzky and Tia Markle as Grace Larkin.
The crew for this production includes Ashley Ross, assistant director, Stina Seeger-Gibson as Costume Mistress and Dennis Gibson as set designer. Stage Manager and lights and sound technician are still to be determined.
Theatre West is located at 3536 SE HWY. 101 in Lincoln City. Tickets for the show are $12.00 for adults, $10.00 for seniors (62 and up) and for students (over 12) and $8.00 for children 12 & under. A special group discount is available at $9.00 per ticket for groups of 10 or more with a pre-paid reservation.
Theatre West is a non-profit, all volunteer community dating back to 1975. Membership is open to all with dues at $10.00 per year for individuals, $5.00 for students, $12.50 for couples and $15.00 for families. For more information about the theatre, visit www.theatrewest.com.
Schoolhouse Rock Live!
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Schoolhouse Rock Live! opens Friday, October 7th at the Newport Performing Arts Center and continues through Sunday, October 23rd! Twenty-nine Lincoln County youth perform old favorites from the educational short animated cartoons that played on ABC in the 70’s and early 80’s, as they inspire Teacher Tom, played by Tim Gross, to make learning fun. The show starts at 7pm on Fridays and Saturdays, 2pm on Sundays. Tickets are available at the Newport Performing Arts Center or call 541-265-ARTS.
The search for a missing 19 year old man from Lafayette has grown to include multiple state and federal law enforcement agencies. Cody Faye Myers of Lafayette was reported missing by family members on Sunday after he failed to return from a trip to Newport.
Myers had planned to attend a jazz festival on Saturday and return that evening according to Yamhill County Sheriff Jack Crabtree. “Cody’s family became alarmed when the normally punctual youth did not return when planned and his cell phone quit receiving calls. Cody’s car was spotted on a Salem gas station surveillance camera being driven by a female with an unidentified male in the passenger seat” Crabtree said. The female was attempting to use a stolen credit card to purchase gasoline and Myers was not in the vehicle. It’s believed he may have come in contact with two murder suspects of the suburban Seattle area who had earlier dumped their car, possibly in the Yamhill County area, a black Jeep Patriot.
Myers vehicle is a white 1999 Plymouth Breeze 4 door (similar to the one in the attached picture) with a sticker bearing the word “Espresso”. It has Oregon license number 025 CCH.
The Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office is being assisted in the case by the Newberg-Dundee, Keizer, Salem and Everett Washington Police Departments, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, the Yamhill County Crime Victims Services Department, Oregon State Police and US Marshall’s Service.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Robert Eubanks at 503 434-7506.
..HIGH WIND WATCH UPGRADED TO HIGH WIND WARNING…IN EFFECT FROM 2 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 11 PM PDT THIS EVENING FOR THE NORTH AND CENTRAL OREGON COASTAL HEADLANDS…
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN PORTLAND HAS ISSUED A HIGH WIND WARNING…WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 2 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 11 PM PDT THIS EVENING.
* TIMING: SOUTH WINDS SHOULD INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING OVER THE BEACHES AND COASTAL HEADLANDS AS A STRONG COLD FRONT APPROACHES THE COAST.
* WINDS: WINDS WILL INCREASE OVER THE BEACHES AND COASTAL HEADLANDS TO 35 TO 40 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 60 MPH THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. WINDS IN COASTAL COMMUNITES WILL INCREASE TO 25 TO 35 MPH WITH GUSTS AROUND 45 MPH.
A HIGH WIND WARNING MEANS A HAZARDOUS HIGH WIND EVENT IS EXPECTED OR OCCURRING. SUSTAINED WIND SPEEDS OF AT LEAST 40 MPH OR GUSTS OF 58 MPH OR MORE CAN LEAD TO PROPERTY DAMAGE.
The following streets will be CLOSED for one day only, on Friday, October 7th, 2011, from 7 AM to 5 PM, for paving:
SW Hurbert St., between SW 6th and SW 2nd Streets.
NW Nye St., between NW 6th and NW 9th Streets.
Note that there will be no access or on-street parking on these streets during this time. The streets will be re-opened as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to residents and visitors.
Contact Person: Dave White, Streets Division Supervisor
Pacific Communities Hospital David Bigelow says his health and medical organization is studying the idea of greatly expanding their medical center complex in Newport to include new buildings and the latest diagnostic and treatment equipment so that those who need specialty medical treatment, they won’t have to automatically drive to Corvallis or other Willamette Valley facility to get it.
Bigelow reminded the Newport City Council that the taxpayers of the hospital district own the buildings and grounds; all that Samaritan Health owns is the equipment and hires and manages medical personnel.
Bigelow indicated that a forty million dollar bond, backed by hospital district taxpayers, would build new buildings and other physical improvements to the medical “campus.” However, Bigelow admitted that floating such bonds, which would require higher property taxes to pay them off, would garner little favor with the taxpayers at this time. So he said PCH’s plans are to hold off on such a bond question until sometime in 2013 to give the economy a chance to improve.