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Announcing the 2015 Summer Season

Twisting the Classics into Classic Comedy 2015 Summer Season

Main Street Theatre Works is pleased to announce its 2015 Summer Season at the Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre in Jackson, starting with Chemical Imbalance: A Jekyll and Hyde Play ~ a warped retelling of Robert Louis Stevensonís Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Lauren Wilson, who wrote last summerís smash hit, The Golden State, takes a comical stab at this horror classic. While Wilsonís play will keep you on the edge of your seat, itís not because youíre dying of fright, but because youíll be dying of laughter. The San Francisco Examiner says, "An evening of exhilarating entertainment ... An inventive, original comedy of horrors." Chemical Imbalance: A Jekyll and Hyde Play runs every Friday and Saturday, June 19th - July 18th.

Rounding out MSTWís season will be Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. Written by Christopher Durang, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike is the winner of the 2013 Tony Award for Best Play, as well as numerous other industry awards. A hilarious spoof on several of Chekhovís best known characters, but you donít need to be a Chekhov fan to enjoy this zany comedy. Vanya and Sonia live in a quiet farmhouse where they grew up, but their peaceful life is turned upside down when their movie star sister, Masha, returns unannounced with her new boy toy, Spike. "Riotous! The kind of full-on comedy thatís rare on Broadway!" says The New York Post. Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike runs August 7th - September 5th.

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Come Be a Part of the Magic!

Volunteer! Are you looking for an enjoyable and rewarding way to spend your time? Would you like to be creative? Meet some friendly folks who share your passion for live theatre?

MSTW is looking for a few good carpenters, painters, and scenic artists to help build our summer sets. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! If you can spare a few hours, or a few days, please contact Ken Stefferud, Technical Director, or Susan McCandless, Artistic Director. All workers will receive lunch on work days, and complimentary tickets to the production. Thanks in advance for your time and consideration.

Theatre is a collaborative art, and MSTW is an all-volunteer company. Click here for more information, and become a part of the magic of live theatre!

Support the Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre!

The Foreigner (2007) Be a part of local history and help support the arts in the Motherlode by joining the "Paving a Pathway to the Stars" fund-raiser. We have come a long way since our inaugural production of Much Ado About Nothing in 2004: new terraces, accessable walkways, and the soon-to-be-completed permanent bathrooms.

Become a supporting player in our efforts: purchase an engraved brick, which will then be placed in one of the theatre's walkways. This could be a special gift to a friend or family member - what a wonderful way to remember a loved one! The bricks are $100 each, and may be engraved with a maximum of two lines, no more than 15 characters per line. To purchase a brick, or for more information, contact Susan McCandless, Artistic Director.

Useful Links and Resources

  • Amador Arts Council
  • Jackson Business and Community Association
  • Sutter Creek Business Association
  • Amador County Vintner's Association
  • Amador Council of Tourism
  • Amador County Chamber of Commerce
  • Sacramento Area Regional Theatre Alliance

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