WCCT celebrates the past season
Annual meeting held with election of officers
Members of the Webster City Community Theatre gathered for their Annual Meeting on October 3.
Election of officers was held with the following serving in 2021-2022: Wil Groves, president; Angela Rottering, vice president; Kylee Hayek, secretary; Dale Arends, treasurer; board members Molly Gallentine — 1 year, Nichole Ose-2 years, Sunshine Duffy — 3 years and Hank Christeson — junior member. Mark Andrews is past president.
Out-going officers and board members including Doug Getter, Sylvia Vust, Cathy Oswald, Lynda Wunder, and Jake Lahr were thanked for their service.
Sylvia Vust, David Borer, Dane Borer and Kylee Hayek were presented with WCCT Willing Worker Awards. Andrew named Dale Arends as the recipient of the President’s Award. Special awards to Molly Gallentine and Dean Evans were announced by Angela Rottering.
Shows from the past seasons were reviewed by the directors: “Annie Jr.,” summer pop-ups in 2020, and “Lyrics & Laughter” by Loween Getter; “The Gift of Thyme” by Sally Evans; “The Bold, the Young and the Murdered” by Angela Rottering; and “Songs and Snippets” by Wil Groves. Participants in those productions received magnets as tokens of appreciation.
The 2021-2022 season was announced by directors Loween Getter for “110 Stories,” “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” by Al Yungclas, “Murder at Dry West Fork Gulch” by Sally Evans, and “The Sound of Music” by Wil Groves.
Yungclas and assistant director Stephanie Hill held auditions recently for the holiday show which is slated for November 18-21.
Those interested in perusing the murder mystery comedy are invited to Readers Theatre on Nov. 14 at 3 pm. Auditions will be held January 9-10 for 7 male and 5 female roles. Performance dates are March 4-6 and 11-13.
The January Readers Theatre will be “The Sound of Music” with auditions in March, and performances July 8-10 and 13-17. Joining Groves on the directing crew are Dane Barner, Angela Rottering and Lindsay Henderson.