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Salem City Club Program -- Salem's Vibrant Live Theater Community (Photo) - 12/06/19

Salem City Club, a biweekly forum open to members and non-members, will meet Dec. 13 at the Willamette Heritage Center to discuss the thriving theater community in Salem.

Four Salem theater veterans will present on the topic. The moderator is Ed Schoaps, a co-host of the Theater Talk radio program on KMUZ. Presenter Jay Gipson-King, the director of the theater program at Chemeketa Community College, will share his insights and experiences, having directed more than twelve productions in educational and community theater. Another presenter, Lisa Joyce, has worked at the Pentacle Theatre for more than 30 years. The final presenter is Vincenzo Meduri, the vice president of the Salem Theatre Network and founder of Enlightened Theatrics.

The program will begin Friday, Dec. 13, at 12 p.m. at the Willamette Heritage Center at 1313 Mill Street St. SE. Registration fees are $10 for non-members. Lunch for members and non-members is $17 or $16 if payment is made with check or cash. Register online at

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