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To enrich the lives of community members through diverse and inspiring live entertainment and opportunities for creative dramatic experience.

TotE Fest Online July 16 - 18

TotE Fest Online July 16 - 18

For the past 7 years, Theatre on the Edge, has been dedicated to creating meaningful opportunities for performing artists to share their voices, connect with audiences, and embrace risks in a fun and supportive environment. 

COVID or no COVID, TotE Fest is still committed to connecting audiences with artists, so we’re going digital! With the participation of our audience, we will present Seven main stage video performances, Three live online conversations between artists and audiences (bring your beverage to the after-party), and Seven short film pieces during the TotE Fest weekend (July 16-18) completely free to the public.

If you would like to get involved, be a presenting artist, donate to the cause, or tell us your awesome TOTE Fest idea, please drop us an email.

Dead Men Don't Do Radio Plays
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Dead Men Don't Do Radio Plays

By Allison Williams, directed by Julia Body

Did you miss this hilarious radio drama? Or perhaps you would like to hear it again. Well, you’re in luck! Listen to it right here:

Episode One:  Dead Men Don’t Carry Handbags

Episode Two: Dead Men Don’t Jaywalk

Steve Powell is the radio star of the Frank Grayson, Private Eye series.  But in real life he’s not as suave, doesn’t have a way with the ladies and has a habit of narrating his life.  But crimes keep happening around him.  Will he be able to solve the crime and get the dame? 

Enjoy this hilarious spoof on the film noir genre so popular in the 1940’s, complete with foley (sound effects) done right on stage.

SASCU Comes Through Again

SASCU Comes Through Again

A big thank you to the SASCU credit union for their recent grant of $9,000 to help pay for Phase Two of our new heating/cooling system. 

And of course, a big thank you to our other long time sponsor, Proair Heating and Cooling for donating the lion’s share of the project.