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Main Street Theatre Works is a professionally-oriented, rural theatre company performing at the

Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre in Jackson, California, Amador County. Enjoy a picnic, followed by

classical, comedy, and contemporary plays under the stars in a beautiful amphitheatre.

Main Street Theatre Works is a professionally-oriented, regional theatre company performing at the

Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre in Jackson, California. Bring a picnic, and enjoy classical, comedy, and contemporary plays under the stars in a beautiful amphitheatre.

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Not the summer we thought it would be . . . 
Our 2023 Sponsors:


ACES Waste Management
Giles Turner Teacher Extraordinaire


Volcano Telephone Company
Jackson Tire Service
Sue Hepworth Gateway Sotheby's
Allison Wright Travel Artist


Waterstreet Antiques
Toma and Associates


 
Sometimes life throws you a curveball, something you didn't see coming until it literally crashes into you. That's kind of what this summer was like for MSTW. We enjoyed a successful run of "The Quest for Don Quixote," with an amazing cast and crew who helped bring this hilarious retelling of a classic to life. And thank you to the many patrons that came to see the show. 

But, for our second show, "A Red Plaid Shirt" prepared for tech week, one of our actors (and he wears so many other hats including dear friend) was rushed to the emergency room, and our summer season came to a halt. Not the way we expected to celebrate our 20th year at the Amphitheatre, but priorities prevail. 

It is at this time that we want to acknowledge all the people and businesses that supported us this summer. Some are new to MSTW and some are long-time supporters. As they show their love for live theatre in Amador county, please show your love by supporting their businesses. We'd also like to give a big shout out to our many volunteers without whose help we wouldn't be able to put on a season, from the folks in the box office, to our construction folks, painters, and all the many odd jobs that need to be done in order to put on a show. And a very big thank you to our patrons that continue to support us through life's challenges. We look forward to seeing you all next summer, and we look forward to mounting "A Red Plaid Shirt" with our original cast as part of our 2024 Summer Season.

Our 2023 Program Advertisers:

Matich Vukovich Ins 
Teresa's Place
Amador Co Arts Council 

Coldwell Banker Award Realtors
Denise Shank
Law office of Gwen Christeson
Armstrong and Son
Highway House/Lukas
Weatherby Reynolds Fritson
Drytown Cellars

 
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