PINEDALE THEATRE COMPANY’S Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to postpone a musical theatre production for the fall of 2021. Artistic Director and Co-Founder, Valerie Lee, said “we’ve decided to wait for a healthier time when everyone feels safe being together.”
Pinedale Theatre Company (PTC) has produced musical theatre shows every couple of years starting with The Sound of Music in 2008 followed by The King and I, Guys and Dolls, Oklahoma, Oliver andmost recently Beauty and the Beast in 2019.
According to Jo Crandall, Co-Founder and Development Director, “The board feels the productions grew in size and caliber over the years because PTC was able to offer the talented local participants the opportunity to work and hone their skills with professional directors, musical directors, choreographers, lighting designers and sound engineers. In recent years artists from Big Piney and Jackson have joined the casts as the reputation for excellence of PTC grew. “
The PTC Board wants to thank School District #1 for allowing us use of the auditorium and help from support staff. None of the productions could have happened without their support. Pinedale Fine Arts Council has served as the fiscal umbrella for PTC, another key to success. The board also wants to acknowledge all the volunteers, families, friends and audience members for their support keeping theatre alive in rural Wyoming.
Take a look at past productions and reminisce in the photo archives at www.pinedaletheatre.com
We are a community-based non-profit group dedicated to providing quality theatre experiences for audiences and participants of all ages. We engage in the production of main-stage musicals, dinner theatre, and children’s shows with frequent visits from world-class professionals.