Center Stage Theatre Presents

The Last Night of Ballyhoo

Join us for our 'much-ballyhooed' Winter Quarter play production featuring students and community members, directed by LCC Drama Instructor Betsy Richard!



Winter Quarter Play: The Last Night of Ballyhoo

Play by Alfred Uhry.

Performance Schedule:

  Friday, February 24: 7:30 pm

  Saturday, February 25: 7:30 pm

  Sunday, February 26: 2:00 pm

  Thursday, March 2: 7:30 pm*

  Friday, March 3: 11:00 am

  Friday, March 3: 7:30 pm

  Saturday, March 4: 7:30 pm

*Talkback immediately following performance.

Live Theatre!

Plays feature students and community members.


Tickets available online and at Rose Center Box Office one hour prior to performance.

$10 - General Audience
Free - LCC Students, Staff and Faculty

$2.25 processing fee applied

Drama Scholarships

Applications for drama scholarships funded through the LCC Foundation are accepted once per year, typically in February, for the following year.

  • 2017-18 Scholarship Application opened on February 1, 2017. Please see LCC Scholarships for details.

Audition Requirements

Auditions for 2017-18 drama scholarships take place on March 16 from 4 - 6 pm in the Rose Center for the Arts, Room 102.

  • Students interested in acting should come prepared to perform one short (1-2 minute) monolog from a published play.
  • Students interested in technical theater should bring a 'resume-style' list of their experience in the areas of set construction, costuming, lighting, props and makeup.

Act One Drama Club

If you don't think you are ready for auditions or feel like it is too big of a time commitment, think about becoming involved in our Act One Drama Club that produces our performances.

About the Drama Program

Drama at Lower Columbia College offers courses designed to provide students with an understanding of the theatre and an appreciation of theatre, acting, technical theatre, and production experience through performance. Students develop the ability to express themselves in many ways: acting on stage, seminar discussion, play analysis, review writing, script interpretation, kinesthetic expression, and technical proficiency in set, costume, and light design.

One play is presented each quarter during the academic year. Participation is open to all students, college employees and members of the local community.

Students interested in acting can complete an associate degree or begin studies to transfer to a baccalaureate program. Drama courses can also be an important supplement for those who plan to major in the humanities or social sciences.

Contact Center Stage Theatre

  Betsy Richard, Drama Instructor


  Robert Cochran, Building Manager/Technician


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