Fall Musical “The 1940’s Radio Hour”

“The 1940’s Radio Hour” a live broadcast of The Mutual Manhattan Variety Cavalcade from the Hotel Astor’s Algonquin Room on December 21, 1942.  The world was at war and pop music meant “Strike Up the Band”, “I’ll Be Seeing You” and “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” (all are in the show) is accurately captured as the harassed producer copes with a drunk lead singer, the delivery boy who wants a chance in front of the mic, the second banana who dreams of singing a ballad, and the trumpet playing sound effects man who chooses a fighter plane over Glen Miller.

Friday Night Dress Up.  Come dressed in your favorite 1940’s attire and receive a free popcorn.

 “The 1940’s Radio Hour” Preview Night October 19th

Show Dates October 20th – November 4th

 Cast of Characters


  • Clifton Feddington/Michael Wilson
  • Ann Collier/Ella Wolfe
  • Geneva Lee Browne/Jeffrie Givens
  • Johnny Cantone/Mike Spellman
  • Ginger Brooks/Sarah Loyd
  • B.J. Gibson/Jason Knott
  • Connie Miller/Jennifer Katzer
  • Pops Bailey/Ben Botello
  • Lou Cohn/James Bradley Jr.
  • Neal Tilden/Jason Wonacott
  • Stanley/Tevin Whack
  • Ensemble/Terese McGregor
  • Ensemble/Megan McNesby
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Artistic Director-La Tonya Watts

Managing Director-Roxanne Pardi

Summer Stage

Clayton Theatre Company’s Summer Stage 2017 went off without a hitch! Thank you to everyone who participated, kids, parents, and volunteers alike!  We enjoyed our 2017 Summer Stage. Check out some pictures under the Summer Stage tab of our website.  Our Summer Stage 2018 season, which will begin July 2018, is a 3-week musical theater camp with a final performance on the last Thursday.  Please check out our Summer Stage tab if you are interested in signing up.

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Welcome to:
Clayton Theatre Company
After years of attending successful events, festivals, and
music in the park concerts, we feel the Clayton community
is hungry for and deserves quality performing arts. Whether
you are on the stage or in the audience, local theater will
unite us in an enjoyable experience. Introducing new people
to our beautiful downtown, its businesses, and restaurants.


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Call: 925-222-9106
Email: claytontheatrecompany@comcast.net
Address P.O. Box 991
Clayton, CA 94517-0991