"There was a saying going around the theatre: It's a train, and you can jump on at any point whether you're a lover of musical theatre, or a lover of theatre, or a lover of hip-hop, or a lover of history - there was a way to jump on the train."
-Phillipa Soo (Hamilton, Amélie, The Parisian Woman)
Log Art Theatre (LAT) is the Community Arts Center of Cambria County's creative performance division, providing an opportunity for novice, amateur, experienced, and semi-professional performers of the Cambria County region to come together through theatrical productions.
Join us for a wide variety of theatre performances, including plays for audiences of all ages, as well as vocal performances. Log Art Theatre celebrates all things performing arts! Check out what we've got coming up; you won't want to miss a show!
LOG ART THEATRE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM:
Log Art Theatre (LAT) internship applications are open now! LAT Productions will be comprised of community-based volunteers of all performance levels: novice, amateur, experienced, and semi-professional. Internships are interconnected with LAT Productions and provide opportunities for anyone interested in directing, stage managing, lighting design, sound design, set design, stage crew, makeup design, and costume design, for those 18 years of age or older. Interns accepted will work with one of the Center’s professionals in their area of choice for a minimum of two full-length productions and two LAT Performance Workshops. For internships, progress evaluations will be completed by the assigned Center professional(s).
February 2024: Immortalized on screen by Anne Bancroft and Patty Duke, this Tony Award-winning play is the story of Annie Sullivan and her student, Helen Keller, who lost her sight and hearing at the age of 19 months.
June 2024: A hilarious dilemma ensues when a young architect is visited by a man he’s never met but who saved his life in Vietnam—the visitor turning out to be an incredibly inept, hopelessly stupid “nerd” who outstays his welcome with a vengeance.
Sept. & Oct. 2024: A devoted man of science, Dr. Henry Jekyll is driven to find a chemical breakthrough that can solve some of mankind's most challenging medical dilemmas. Rebuffed by the powers that be, he decides to make himself the subject of his own experimental treatments, accidentally unleashing his inner demons along with the man that the world would come to know as Mr. Hyde.
The new Log Art Theatre Flex Pass allows our members a great way to experience what our theatre has to offer! These FLEX PASS options will offer you discounts, great flexibility, and reserved, premium seating to any event that you redeem your tickets for. Whether it's a play or a dinner theatre, you can be as close to the stage as possible! Explore the different packages and find what fits you best.
*To redeem Flex Pass tickets, ticket holders must call (814) 255-6515 and speak with a member of the Community Arts Center staff. Flex Pass tickets must be redeemed by the Wednesday before the performance you wish to attend - no Flex Passes will be accepted at the door.
All Log Art Theatre tickets and Flex Passes are nonrefundable. Flex Passes are offered to CAC MEMBERS ONLY. Non-members who try to purchase Flex Passes online will be invoiced for the membership cost. Please note, all online Flex Pass & ticket purchases include a small surcharge. Flex Passes & Tickets will be mailed to your address as provided by PayPal.
2024 Flex Play: Flex Play offers the best way to attend our 6 LAT play productions. Flex Play will give you a total of 10 "Play Only" tickets (not to be confused with Dinner Theatre shows!). These tickets can be redeemed for any of the following 2024 plays The Miracle Worker, The 8th Annual Winners' Showcase-playwriting contest winner performances, The Nerd, Atomic Radio-Fantasy-a radio show production, Music & Monsters The Sequel, and Merchant of Venice. Flex Play purchasers also receive $5 off tickets for the 2024 LAT Academy Musical Productions- Broadway Junior Revue: Pure Imagination, Newsies Jr., and Heist Quest-a mixed show LAT & LAT-A.
2024 Flex Dinner: Flex Dinner offers the best way to attend our LAT dessert theatre and 3 dinner theatre performances. Flex Dinner will give you a total of 2 "Dessert Theatre" tickets (Gilligan’s Island), 4 “Dinner Theatre” tickets (Being Alive... An Evening with Max Fedore, Jekyll & Hyde musical dinner show, or A Jimmy Stewart Christmas). Flex Dinner purchasers also receive $5 off tickets for the 2024 LAT Academy Musical Productions- Broadway Junior Revue: Pure Imagination, Newsies Jr., and Heist Quest-a mixed show LAT & LAT-A.
2024 Flex Fusion: Want a bit of variety, with both LAT Play Only AND Dinner Theatre shows? Flex Fusion will give you a total of 4 “Dinner Theatre” tickets, 4 “Play Only” tickets, 2 “Dessert Theatre” tickets, and 4 LAT Academy Musical Productions tickets. These tickets for 2024 can be redeemed for any 2024 performance.
Angela R. Godin (Director)- Angela is the Executive Director of the Community Arts Center of Cambria County, where she develops and navigates the Center’s programming, special events, fundraising campaigns, marketing, and grant writing initiatives. Angela is a Cum Laude graduate from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts. She worked as an independent contractor in art related fields for over eleven years. This experience included directing over twenty plays and musicals, performing in close to forty productions, as well as vast experience in choreography, dance instruction, stage-managing, lighting design, sound design and production management/administration. Her repertoire comprises of directing theatre festivals, studio theatre projects, acting camps, training seminars and teaching theatre courses to all ages. Angela has over twenty years of dance training and/or instructing. She is a member of Life Church in Windber, PA. She’s thrilled to be bringing her directing skills to the Center by expanding the Log Art Theatre division. In In 2018, Angela was accepted into the National Arts Marketing Project Cohort 2, a two-year program through Americans for the Arts, and was the honoree in Arts & Letters for the 2019 Tribute to Women.
Dr. Lance Mekeel (Director) -
Dr. Lance Mekeel is a theatre professor, maker, and scholar. Currently Assistant Professor of Theatre at Saint Francis University, Lance teaches a generalist curriculum in theatre, including courses in the history and theory of theatre, courses in theatrical design and technical production, and courses in acting and directing theatre. For as long as Lance has been a student/teacher/scholar of theatre, he’s been a working professional in theatre. He has worked as a professional designer, technical director, production manager, electrician, and carpenter, as well as director. He is a Certified Teacher of the Michael Chekhov Technique of acting through the National Michael Chekhov Association. Lance has worked in theatre education not just in post-secondary institutions, but in the primary, secondary, and community theatre setting as well. Lance has taught children and provided workshops and consulting for school districts and community theatres across Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Dr. Aspen Mock (Director) -
Dr. Aspen B. Mock, who has been featured in the magazine The Dramatist as a member of the Dramatists Guild for her work with the 365 Women A Year play project, is an educator, writer and consultant. She has had several original plays staged to raise funds for major charitable organizations including Ultramarine Girl: A Cup Full of Courage (2015) and Semblance of Hope (2011). Honors and awards she has won include: House of Representatives Citation, BPW Young Careerist, YWCA Tribute to Women in Arts and Letters, and KQED Media Literacy Innovator. Her education includes: BAs Theater, English Literature & French minor, MA Teaching English, Shakespearean coursework in Oxford, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Administration with a K-12 Principal Certificate and focus on creativity in educational leadership. Dr. Mock is a certified yoga instructor through Yoga Alliance. She specializes in the fields of writing, teaching, creativity, arts integration and educational
technology. She has acted in over 30 plays, musicals, commercials and short films, and has modeled for print and online merchandise. She has extensive dance experience in ballet, tap, jazz, pointe, hip hop, Irish dance and integrating poetry with dance. She has written blog posts for National Geographic Education, KQED Education, Sheroes of History, National Council for Teachers of English, PBS Education, and WomenEd. She just finished working on a National Geographic Education grant with Johnstown Area Heritage Association to empower students to
write and publish an Explorer Mindset children’s book. She enjoys spending time playing, laughing, dancing, singing and exploring the world with her two amazing daughters, Kinsie and
Packed with comedy and audience participation, this hit musical is sure to make you laugh!
LAT's debut musical, The Peanuts classic about our favorite loveable loser, Charlie Brown.
A one man show showcasing the immensely diverse talent of Johnstown's own Mark Ed.
Neil Simon's Rumors features witty comedy, farce, and snowballing misunderstandings!
A Jimmy Stewart Christmas featured a night of classic holiday music by Tim Dabbs & movie monologues by Jimmy Stewart impersonator Chris Collins.
No one expected the truth in this comedic "whodunit" play! Catch Me If You Can tells the story of a man with a missing wife, and the mustard-loving inspector who set out to crack the case.
Spanning five decades and numerous locations, this simple play featured two people letting their words describe a world of emotion.
Adapting to restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Prisoner of Second Avenue created a one of a kind outdoor theatre spectacular!
A laugh-out-loud good time - this production of Sex Please We're Sixty put it all on the table!
Kieran Cullen and Madison Eppley starred in this production of one of the most popular romantic comedy plays of all time.
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