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You love 9 to 5. We love you back, so we're adding a matinee! CHS
Photo by Lonnie and Kim Thurston.
We've added a matinee on Saturday, Sept.3. Tickets are available online on our snazzy new website!

9 to 5: The Musical is generously sponsored by Vida Integrative Medicine & Mental Health.

We're still taking your donations for the  Center for Hope and Safety
Pentacle Theatre is honored to support Salem's  Center for Hope & Safety with a supply drive during the run of  9 to 5: The Musical for people escaping from domestic violence.

What they need: simple things like kitchen supplies, silverware, dishes, pots and pans and small kitchen appliances, alarm clocks and umbrellas.

Donations of clothing appropriate for interviews are also welcome. About half of the residents of the center's shelter are children, making donations of items and clothing appropriate for children very valuable.

The women they serve would also appreciate gas cards and gift cards to Target, Walmart, Fred Meyer, and other stores so they can get cosmetics for job interviews and daily living.

For women who escape and leave everything behind, these gifts are priceless.

Mark your calendars!calendar
Oct. 1 we celebrate our volunteers!
On stage, back stage, front of house or in the office, if you're a Pentacle Volunteer, you're invited. See our Facebook event

Other Desert Cities auditions Sept. 10
Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Casting: Two males, three females.
Get the details.
Many Pentacle Theatre patrons have left a financial gift to the Pentacle in their estate planning. And you can, too!

Your long-term gift through your will or bequest to Pentacle Theatre will make it possible to maintain the beautiful theater and grounds you have come to love. Or, it can produce a new play. Or, it can fund the production of a comedy, drama, or musical. 

Larry Roach, a Pentacle Theatre Lifetime Member, is the first member of our newly-established "Bright Lights Society." He has named the theater as a beneficiary in his will.
We would love to have you join Larry as one of our Bright Lights, too! If you have already named the theater as a beneficiary in your will, or would like to, please contact me.

Executive Director

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