Deeper Into Lady Land!
Created & Performed by Will Nolan

3 Performances – April 1, 2 & 3

America’s favorite Christian-senior citizen-redneck-diva, Leola, makes her West Coast debut as she leads audiences Deeper Into Lady Land: The Gospel According to Kelly Clarkson!  Leola is a dancer that can’t sing and a singer that can’t dance. Join us at The Black Box Theater onApril 1, 2, and 3 as Leola stumbles out of herself and right into a pile of crazy LGBT identity.  Come celebrate life, celebrate you, and worship together at the altar of the first American Idol/Second Coming, Kelly Clarkson. It’s a show. It’s a sermon. It’s a Shermon.

Plus, one lucky audience member will win a gently used lipstick!

Deeper Into Lady Land: The Gospel According to Kelly Clarkson! is written and performed by semi-redneck artistic performer extraordinaire, Will Nolan. Will hails from Atlanta, but has been in the NYC area since 1994. A performer, writer, and director, he is thrilled to introduce Leola to Oregon tonight with Deeper into Lady Land.  His first outing with Leola was in Lady Land!, performing to sold-out crowds in NYC, New Jersey, the Greensboro Fringe Festival, and the inaugural Atlanta Fringe Festival. Earlier this summer he won Long Island City’s Flying Solo 2 Festival at Secret Theatre in Queens, NY. Will continues to perform with the highly successful Mortified series around the country. He is a proud member of the Dramatist Guild of America.

Love is a Many Splintered Thing
Created & Performed by Donna Gentry

3 Performances – April 8, 9 & 10

Join in one wild comedic ride with Donna Gentry as she explores various forms of love when she portrays 7 characters of men and women, who are young, old, poor, rich, Hispanic, white, unhappy, fulfilled, bitter, joyous, and… well, to get the full picture, you’ll have to see her show!!


Created & performed by Ramon Shiloh
featuring Seattle musical guest ALPHA-MONO

3 Performances – April 15, 16 & 17

As children, we were taught the alphabet, discovered word play, sentence structure, and ultimately harsh language.

Rediscovering the alphabet in a deeper quest for knowledge, The Alphabet Monologues navigates current issues, environmental concerns, racial tensions and global risks; weaving a wonderful set-list of musical improvisation, spoken word, and visual art to this series of life lessons thru twenty-six letters.

“Travel each Letter as a lesson for your survival. But fair warning, you’re about to be schooled.”



We are located in the Black Box Theatre
at the Chehalem Cultural Center.