The Wrestling Season
The play provides no easy answers and the characters are left trying to distinguish truth from lies.
Matt and Luke, friends and teammates on a high school wrestling team, are victimized by rumors about their relationship. Two other players, Jolt and Willy, spread the rumors as does Jolt's girlfriend, the popular cheerleader, Heather. Matt tries to defuse the rumors by dating Melanie, who has a reputation for being “easy”. Luke is beaten up. Other friends' loyalties are tested. The play provides no easy answers and the characters are left trying to distinguish truth from lies.
Tickets available online and at Rose Center Box Office one hour prior to performance.
$10 - General Audience
Free - LCC Students, Staff and Faculty
Longview Public Library card holders can check out tickets to Center Stage Theatre performances!
See Culture Card Tickets for more information.
Auditions are held in the Rose Center for the Arts, Center Stage Theatre
Students interested in auditioning for a role should come prepared with a one-minute comedic monologue, or they can read from the script. Students interested in technical theater should arrange to talk to the director during the audition times.
Applications for scholarships funded by the LCC Foundation are accepted once per year, typically in February, for the following year. Auditions are required.
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.
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.