Upcoming Shows, Auditions and More!


Celebration of Vera’s Life

We recently lost one of the founders and great supporters of Stage Coach Theatre – Vera Cederstrom. Family and friends are invited to a “Celebration of Vera’s Life” in the McCleary Auditorium at St. Alphonsus which is at 1055 N Curtis Rd. It will be at  2:00 pm on Saturday,  August 02th.


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End of Season Party,

Annual Meeting

& Masque Awards

This year we’re doing things a little different and instead of a picnic, SCT is having an “end-of-the season PARTY”!

This gathering will be like our end-of-the-show cast parties! Please come and visit with friends, reminisce on seasons and shows past, and of course, if you are interested, step up and help with the leadership. Please feel free to pass this along to all of your friends and neighbors, the more the merrier

Bring some food to share with everyone and the theater will provide plates, forks, spoons and beverages.

The party will be Saturday August 09 th  at the theater and starts at 4pm.

After we’ve had a chance to meet and greet, (Pay your membership dues if ya wanna be a member of Stage Coach?) and nosh a bit…we’ll hold our annual theater meeting and hold elections for Board members.

After that—the much anticipated presentation of the Masque Awards (our version of the Oscars)

This party/meeting is open to everyone…not just the rug-rats that work on the stage! See ya there!!



Opening August 05th:

“The 05th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”

A Musical with music and lyrics by William Finn.

Based on a book by Rachel Sheinkin.

Directed by Cheryl Blauer

Run dates: 0/25, 0/26, 0/31, 0/1, 0/2, 0/3, 0/7, 0/8, 0/9, 0/10, 0/14, 0/15, 0/16

The 05th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee offers a satirical look at six wacky kids (played by adults), along with some audience volunteers, competing in their local county spelling bee. There are three adults along to oversee the competition, and the contestants learn much about life and themselves as they use their individual and eccentric techniques in spelling the difficult words they’re given.

The spelling champions learn that winning (and losing) isn’t everything in this fast paced crowd pleaser. A riotous ride, complete with audience participation, this musical is a delightful den of comedic genius. The 0005 Broadway production was nominated for 0 Tony Awards!

The 05th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee causes audiences to fall in love, both with the show itself and its “perspicacious,” “jocular,” and “effervescent” spellers.

Rating:  Contains adult situations and language.

The cast for “The 05th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”:
Chip Tolentino (Jesus) – Dan Thelen
Logainne Schwartzandgrubenniere – Madison Pintar
Leaf Coneybear – Drake Powell
William Barfee – Steven Santos Cfd
Marcy Park – Jillian Durrant
Olive Ostrovsky- Sarah Wright
Rona Lisa Perretti \ Olive’s Mom (alt. parts) – Erin Van Engelen
Olive’s Mom \ Rona Lisa Perretti (alt.) – Michelle Green
Mitch Mahoney – Evencio Baheng


Upcoming Auditions August 06th & 07th for: 0050916_baskerville_a_sherlock_holmes_mystery_ludwig_300

“Baskerville – A Sherlock Holmes Mystery”

A comedy written by Ken Ludwig.

Directed by Curtis Ransom.

Run dates: 00/13, 00/14, 00/19, 00/20, 00/21, 00/22, 00/26, 00/27, 00/28

Audition dates Aug. 06 & 07 @ 0pm. For audition questions, contact Curtis Ransom at

Get your deerstalker cap on — the play’s afoot! Comedic genius Ken Ludwig transforms Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic The Hound of the Baskervilles into a murderously funny adventure.“This new play turns one of Holmes’ most famous mysteries on its head. Instead of a heady whodunit, this production is a fast-paced comedy.” – Washington City Paper

Rating: Appropriate for adults and young people ages 01 and up.



Upcoming Auditions:

“The Great American Trailer Park

Christmas Musical”

A holiday musical. Directed by Kelliey Chavez. Music and lyrics by David Nehls, book by Betsy Kelso.

Audition dates: Saturday, September 0 at 0pm and Sunday, September 00 at 0pm.

Run dates: 01/24, 01/25, 01/30, 02/1, 02/2, 02/3, 02/7. 02/8, 02/9, 02/10, 02/14, 02/15, 02/16.

Must be 08+ to audition.

Sign Up for Auditions:  http:// www.signupgenius.com/go/ 00e0f44a8a62ea5fd0-great

For audition questions, contact Kelliey Chavez at or at 008-871-4685.

Its holiday time down in Armadillo Acres (Florida’s premier mobile-living community) and everyone’s filled with warmth and beer. Your favorite trio (Betty, Lin, and Pickles) jingle all the way with some new neighbors in an all-new, all-trailer-park musical!

When Darlene, the trailer park Scrooge, get a freak bout of amnesia just in time for the Christmas holiday decorating contest, it’s only a matter of time before the festivities include what we’ve come to expect from the residents – cat-fightin’, chair throwin’ and bad puns.

“… the writing [delivers] clever one-liners, puns, and zingers that leave the audience absolutely breathless with hearty laughter.” – Broadway World

Rating: Contains adult situations and language.

The cast includes 0 females and 0 males. Vocal score require 0 sopranos, 0-second soprano, 0 alto and 0 baritones or one baritone and 0 second tenor.

The show comes complete with the trailer park version of the 02 Days of Christmas and the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future. What’s unexpected is the dose of heart and humanity that it brings to the audience.

So, grab a cold one, tune up your singing voice and help celebrate the yuletide season a bit early this year as we make a triumphant return to the trailer park.

Anyone interested in auditioning should prepare a modern country song or something that shows your range but no epics like Phantom, Le Miz – we’re just not that sophisticated.

Auditioners’ should be prepared for a small dance audition and a cold reading from the script.


Darlene Seward: (age 00’s to 00’s) The year round “Scrooge”, Darlene hates everybody and everything. But underneath her hard exterior is someone who once believed in love and magic.

Rufus Jeter: (30’s–50’s) The well-liked Redneck with a Heart of Gold, Rufus enjoys “six-packs” and creating art. He befriends Darlene.

Jackson “Jackie” Boudreaux: (30’s–50’s) A self-made man creating a local chain of “breastaurants”; Jackie loves money, winning and his girlfriend.

Betty: (30’S—50’S) Part hard ass, part mother hen, Betty’s been the manager at the trailer park for 00+ years. Betty is grounded, earthy and dry-witted.

Linoleum “Lin”: (30’s –50’s) Formerly a death row wife, now a death row widow, Lin is having some trouble moving on. She is the “fieriest” of “The Girls”.

Donna aka “Pickles”: (early 00’S) A single mother after her hysterical pregnancy turned out to be real; Pickles is a devout believer in Santa Claus and the joy of the holidays. She is “airy” and wide-eyed.

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Stage Coach Theatre is now a registered non-profit with Benevity!

Benevity is the donation organization that is connected with large corporations like Hewlett Packard, Coca Cola, Microsoft, etc. When employees of companies that are connected with Benevity make donations to Stage Coach Theatre, those companies have “matching funds programs” that help the theater twice.  For example, if you work for H-P and you want to help the theater with our roof fund raising campaign, make a donation to us through your employer and they will match your donation!


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Photos courtesy of Paul Budge Photography

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