Productions at Western Wyoming Community College include a variety of musicals, plays, and dance and music concerts. Students in the
Performing Arts Department gain hands on experiences in one or many roles in the making of the productions; acting, stage managing,
choreographing, lighting, prop and costume designing, ushering and running box office, just to name a few. All productions take place in
WWCC's 520 seat proscenium theater and tickets for these events can be purchased at the door, by phone (307-382-1721), or online using
the button below.
All shows are at 7:30 pm in the WWCC Theatre with the exception of some 2:00 pm public matinee performances on the designated productions.
Please click on the "Buy Tickets Now" link below to purchase tickets for any of the
productions you wish to attend.
Peter and the Starcatcher
October 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 2017
Providing a backstory for the characters of Peter Pan, Mrs. Darling, Tinker Bell and Hook,
Peter and the Starcatcher "floats right through the ceiling of the physical limits imposed by
a three-dimensional stage, and without a single body harness, like one used to hoist the title
character of 'Mary Poppins,' this show never stops flying!" (--Ben Brantley, The New York
Tickets go on sale September 6
Directed by Chris Will and Eric-Richard de Lora
Windows of the World with Judi Vinar, Terry Burns and Gary Gratz
October 20, 2017
Judi Vinar has been singing in the Twin Cities since 1989, including regular appearances with
the "Wolverines Classic Jazz Orchestra", "JazzMN Orchestra", the "St. Croix Jazz Orchestra",
and "The Girls!" She has toured internationally with Bobby McFerrin's a capella group
"Voicestra" since 2001.
Terry Burns has worked with and recorded with some of the biggest name sin Jazz including:
Mike Stern, Gene Harris, Dewey Redman, Lee Konitz, Marlena Shaw, Jane Monheit, Billy Hart,
Lenny White, Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine, David "Fathead" Newman, and many others.
Terry has appeared on over 50 recordings and has released two solo recordings to rave reviews.
He has also appeared in television productions, motion picture productions and performed on
many sound track recordings.
Gary Gratz has performed with Tony Sandler, Marilyn McCoo, Robert Robinson, Brian Duncan,
Ernie Watts, Othello Molineaux, Tim Ries, and the Minnesota Vikings Band. He continues to
perform regularly with Marv Dahlgren, Yolanda Bruce, Cynthia Johnson, Judi Donaghy, the
Sevilles, The Sleepers, his own band and others. As a composer/ synthesist with Herb Pilhofer
Music, Gary composed music and designed sounds for numerous national TV ads including spots
for Coca Cola, Discover Card, Target, and Porsche.
November 17, 18, 30, December 1, 2, 2017
Nutcracker as you know it... with a rock and roll twist! Join Clarissa and the Prince through
a holiday fantasy with an old-school circus vibe. Fairies, flowers, and friends dance through
a snowy and fun-filled Christmas Eve as Desert Dance Theatre brings you ballet, tap dance,
jazz, and much more.
Tickets go on sale October 17
Directed by Rebecca Frost Mayer
Arsenic and Old Lace
March 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 2018
"Nothing in Mr. Kesselring's record has prepared us for the humor and ingenuity... His murder
drama Arsenic and Old Lace is compact with plot and comic situation... and although the scene
is always on the verge of macabre and the atmosphere is horribly ominous... he has written a
murder play as legitimate as farce-comedy!" (--Brooks Atkinson, The New York Times).
Tickets go on sale February 2
Directed by Eric-Richard de Lora
Guys and Dolls
April 27, 28, May 3, 4, 5, 2018
The critics were unanimous: "Guys and Dolls is the best and most exciting thing of its kind...
It is a triumph and a delight!" (--John McClain, New York Journal American); "We might as well
admit that Guys and Dolls is a work of art!" (--Brooks Atkinson, The New York Times); and "In
all departments, Guys and Dolls is a perfect musical comedy!" (--John Chapman, New York Daily
Tickets on sale March 27
Directed by Chris Will