Next up will be "A Halloween Project," presented by Youth Off Broadway. Logue says it will be a Halloween event with performances, music, costumes and lots of spooky laughter.
Performance dates are 7 p.m. Oct. 30-31 and Nov. 1. It will be directed by Beth Marlowe.
This season's Christmas production will be "A Christmas Carol: The Radio Play." Tony Palermo created the adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic.
"With the success and broadcast via our local radio stations last season of 'It's a Wonderful Life,' we are bringing back the radio-style presentation of the ever-popular Dicken's mainstay," Logue says. "This holiday fare is sure to please audiences of all ages and will integrate our Youth Off Broadway players."
Directed by Logue, "A Christmas Carol: The Radio Play" will be performed Dec. 5-7 and 12-13. Auditions will be 2 p.m Sept. 21 and 6:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at West's Wing on Third Street. Roles are available for four men, four women, four girls and four boys.
The grand dame of the murder mystery will be brought to stage in Winter 2009. Agatha Christie's "Witness for the Prosecution," directed by Logue, is on tap Feb. 13-15 and 20-22.
"Only the great Agatha Christie could have conceived such a suspenseful thriller," Logue says. "A young, married man spends many evenings with a rich, old woman. When she is found murdered, the naive young man is the chief suspect.
"The plot twists and turns and packs plenty of surprises along the way. This classic mystery is sure to please. The play was the winner of the New York Critics Circle Award and a walloping success on Broadway."
Audition dates will be 6:30 p.m. Dec. 8 and 9 on the Main Stage. Roles are available for eight men and five women.
Spring rolls in with Ron Osborne's "First Baptist of Ivy Gap," directed by Crystal Nichols and going up March 19-22.
"This serio-comedy can be compared to 'Steel Magnolias' - only forget the steel," Logue explains. "These six mountain magnolias are pure gold. Six wonderful characters are in this beautiful comedy that covers World War II, then 25 years later. These ladies gather in Act I to roll bandages for the soldiers and reunite later after lots of laughs, love and loss."
Auditions will be 6:30 p.m. Jan. 5 and 6 at West's Wing. Roles are available for six women.
'The Spring Cleaning'
Next up will be Orndorff's "The Spring Cleaning," another world premiere for West T. Hill Community Theatre. It will be directed by Logue.
"We are proud to stage another world premiere," Logue notes. "In this touching and intriguing drama, we find ourselves deep in the coal country of Kentucky in 1932. Addie Lee and Joseph Malcolm are desperately poor. Then suddenly Addie discovers a gold coin that unlocks long-held family secrets of tragic proportions."
Production dates will be April 17-19 and 24-26. Auditions will be 2 p.m. Feb. 22 and 6:30 p.m. Feb. 23 at West's Wing. Roles are available for three men and two women.
In May, Scott Ferguson's "Schoolhouse Rock, Live!" will be brought to stage under the direction of Marlowe. Production dates will be May 7-10 and 14-17.
"A pop culture phenomenon comes to our stage," Logue says. "The Emmy Award-winning Saturday morning cartoon series that taught history, grammar, math and virtually everything is full of tuneful songs.
"Part of our Youth Off Broadway season offerings, this show will surely please all audiences. 'Unpack Your Adjectives' and don't miss this one."
Auditions will be 6:30 p.m. March 23 and 24. Roles are available for a minimum of three men, three women, six girls and six boys.
The July offering at WTHCT will be Lillian Hellman's "The Children's Hour," directed by Marlowe.
"This Pulitzer Prize-winning serious drama is set in an all-girls boarding school and is based on a true historical incident," Logue explains. "Set in Edinburgh, Scotland - or anywhere - a young student accuses her school mistresses of inappropriate conduct. The girl's rich and influential grandmother advises all her friends and colleagues to pull their children from the school. Within days the school is deserted and lives are destroyed.
"This is mature subject matter and a riveting play. Our Youth Off Broadway Theatre encourages serious young actresses only need to take on this major play."
Production dates will be July 9-12. Auditions will be 2 p.m. May 3 and 6:30 p.m. May 4 in West's Wing. Roles are available for two men, four women, and three to six girls, ages 6 to 18.
Following "The Children's Hour" will be the theater's annual Camp Causewelovetoact.
"This marks our 10th season for our summer camps. Camps will run from July 20 through July 26. Registration begins July 1 until slots are full," Logue explains. "Scholarships are available upon request at registration. Beth Marlowe continues to head up these fun and informative camps."
For more information or updates, log on to www.westthill.com, or call (859) 236-8607.