Our Partners

Willamette STAGE Company gratefully acknowledges these partners, who have helped us launch our organization and continue to support us. Please join us in supporting them. If your business or organization would like to contribute — financially or in any other way — toward live theater in our area, please contact us.

And Update My Website, LLC

And Update My Website, LLC logoAnd Update My Website is a business operated by Jay Thompson, a founding Willamette STAGE Company board member, and the principal photographer for wSc from the beginning. Jay’s photos have been featured in our emails, posters, programs, our Facebook page as well as our website. Jay was involved with the setup of our original site, and the design and creation of this newest version. The photos seen in our production archive are his.  And Update My Website provides website content creation, website content maintenance and management, as well as photography, graphic design, and marketing services in the Willamette Valley.


Bag and Baggage Productions

Bag and Baggage ProductionsScott Palmer’s Bag and Baggage Productions is a Hillsboro-based professional live theatre for residents of Washington County and beyond! Hillsboro’s only professional theatre, presenting classics, adaptations and fresh new looks at the world’s greatest dramas and comedies. The company established its mid-valley reputation with rollicking performances of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: Reduced  and  Palmer’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’  A Christmas Carol. Palmer established OSU’s Bard in the Quad series, and directed Romeo & Juliet there in 2006,  Much Ado About Nothing  in 2007, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 2008.


The Darkside Cinema

Darkside CinemaLocated on Fourth Street between Madison and Jefferson in downtown Corvallis, The Darkside Cinema is open every night, showing the best in art, independent, and foreign films. Come experience the friendly, casual atmosphere, cheap snack bar, and low admission prices. With four intimate auditoriums, three with 35mm projection and two with digital projection, the Darkside shows the best films in town. The theater is available for private parties, film festivals, and meetings. To learn more, visit darksidecinema.com.


Corvallis School District Theaters

Corvallis School District Theaters has a number of performance spaces available for rent to groups and individuals. The Auditorium at Crescent Valley High school (480 seats), the Black Box Theater at Corvallis High School (92 seats), and the state-of-the art Main Stage Theater at CHS (620 seats) where such groups as Arlo Guthrie, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, and the Kingston Trio have performed. Although school programs keep their performance spaces busy,  the district staff is always interested in helping the public find a venue for their events.  Check out the website at www.CorvallisTheaters.com or contact the Manager of District Theaters, Elizabeth Wyatt, at 541-750-7990 for rental, show information, or general questions.


Da Vinci Days

Da Vinci Days

Founded in 1989, Da Vinci Days is Oregon’s original festival of science and the arts, and continues to excite and engage people of all ages. Inspired by the left brain meets right brain genius of Leonardo, da Vinci Days is a canvas for you to create your own weekend of creativity and exploration. Da Vinci Days exists to showcase our community of artists, engineers, teachers, and visionaries in a weekend of wonder and fun. Visit them at www.davincidays.org.




Geologie is a design firm with offices in Portland and Corvallis, specializing in web design, web applications, print design, branding and identity. Geologie artists and programmers designed and built our original Website. While we have moved on to a new system, we are grateful to the Geologie management and staff for providing us with a home on the Web for our first four seasons. Visit them online at www.studiogeologie.com