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To the Treasured Friends and Patrons of Ignite! Community Theatre

All of us at Ignite! Community Theatre wish all of you the most joyous and special holiday season! Through all of the incredible challenges over last couple years you have made it here to another wonderful holiday. We are so thankful for that! And we want you to know that we at Ignite! are still here as well. It has been an amazing challenge for us too. Having lost our theater space in October 2020 we have been diligently looking for a new home. We haven’t found that home yet, but in this season of hope our spirits are renewed! Until we do find a new home we are looking forward to having a shortened season with a few Booklight (readers) theater presentations for your enjoyment this coming spring. We will start with the show we were planning to open in March 2020 when everything shut down – “The Unexpected Guest” by Agatha Christie. We are planning to have that happen in late February or early March. We will let you know when the dates and location(s) are firmed up. We are so anxious to share some wonderful theater with you! We are so sorry for the wait, but we hope to see you soon! In the meantime, we wish you the Merriest Christmas, joyous Holidays and a very Happy New Year!! See you in 2022!



Sincerely,

Ignite! Community Theatre Board of Directors

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Saying good-bye to Spokane Valley Partners

Our 2019-2020 Season closed suddenly last spring.  We were just in the process of mounting "All My Sons" when Ignite!, as well as theatres all over the state and country, closed.  Then in the fall, we had to say good-bye to our home at Spokane Valley Partners.  Our thanks to all who helped in cleaning out, packing, and moving all the props, set pieces, and costumes into storage! 

 
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Good-bye to our dear friend, Jerry Uppinghouse  Actor, director, designer, and especially our friend, Jerry passed away unexpectantly on November 9th.  He was a long-time member of Spokane's theatre community including Ignite.  He will be sorely missed.

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Always had a smile on his face!