Please take a moment to look at photos
from our previous productions!!
Dear arts patron,
These are hard times. Things seem to be getting better but still we are all facing the challenges of living in these times.
For the past eight years, Inland Stage Company (formerly Murrieta Repertory Theatre) has contributed to improving the quality of life here in the Inland Valley region of Southern California. We have changed our name and our performance location, but our mission is still the same: to make this region a more artistically rich environment for all who live here.
In the pursuit of this goal, we've sought out relationships with other arts groups. Such a group is the Diamond Valley Arts Council. In October of 2009, Inland Stage moved into a shared space in San Jacinto, the Esplanade Arts Center, that sports a new 99 seat performing arts space that allows us to pursue a longer, broader, and deeper season than ever before. In 2009, we produced 3 productions at that location: As You Like It, The Grapes of Laugh (our new improv show) and A Christmas Carol. There was wonderful audience response to all three shows!
However, those productions are just the first three shows of our 2009-2010 Season. We have challenged ourselves to a full, 9 show repertory season that includes (in order) True West by Sam Shepard, The Rocky Horror Show, Remembering When: The Story of Mr. Whittier's Hemet, Romeo & Juliet, the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and the New Directions Playwrights Festival.
With the dual challenge of moving into a new space and this ambitious season of shows, we need your help. Whether your donation is of the $20 variety or the $2,000 variety - we need your help. If you want to volunteer or simply give your advice or comments, please contact us. We appreciate your insight and support.
Inland Stage Company, Inc. (formerly Murrieta Repertory Theatre) is a California tax-exempt arts organization, IRS designated permanent non-profit, 501 (c) 3;
and is sponsored in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.