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Buy Tickets in Advance for Sept 8th Dinner Theatre!

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Hello, Everyone.  We’re gearing up for the one-night dinner theatre event co-hosted by St. Presbyterian Church (4020 Hodges at Sale in the Fellowship Hall).  “Maggie” and “Rosa” are coming to life.  We’re getting the stage, lights, you name it, lined up and ready to load in.

BUY YOUR TICKETS IN ADVANCE!  We’ll not be reserving ahead or selling at the door.  It’s a 3=course delicious seated dinner, and we need to count heads.

The best place to buy is online on this website.  Walk in with your ticket printed out, plus, we have a list to match.  If that does not work, call 436-6275 or the church 477-6166.  You’ll need to pick up your tickets from either IT or the church 9am-3pm.

See you at the show!

A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant & A Prayer — Cast List

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IT proudly announces the cast list for the following February 2018 production in downtown Lake Charles:

Director Joy Pace announces the Cast List for A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant & A Prayer, ed. by Eve Ensler — 14+ Monologues on violence against women & girls.

Joy says “Keep in mind it is possible some may have to be cut, due to time, after we begin the process. Congratulations all – looking forward to our journey.”

My Revolution Begins in the Body By Eve Ensler – All Women
First Kiss by Mollie Doyle – Shauna Temple
Groceries by Abiola Abrams – Lauren Edwards
The Massacre by Marie Howe – Natalie Sell
Untitled by Nicholas D. Kristof – Travis Spears
In Memory of Imette by Periel Aschenbrand – Bianca Augustine
Maurice by Kathy Najimy – Shauna Temple
Conversations with my Son by Susan Miller – Jo Ann Hanks
Celia by Edwidge Danticat – Carmen Illán Garcia
The Aristocrats by Kate Clinton – Taylor Novak
Respect by Kimberle Crenshaw – Bianca Augustine & Lauren Edwards
The Next Fantastic Leap by Elizabeth Lesse – Kalli Proffit, Sabrina Dowies, Ashley Mayeaux, Natalie Sell
To Stop the Violence Against Women by Alice Walker – Cathy Chapman
The Man Prayer for His Holiness the Karmapa – Travis Spears and Tony James
I am Over Rape by Eve Ensler – All Women

Please nte:  This production occurs in close coordination with IT’s February 2018 production of  The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler.  Director is Bianca Augustine,  and will be staged at Central School’s Ben Mount Auditorium.

“Making a Difference” 10-minute & Short Plays Announced

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WOW – what a difficult job you all gave me – and incredibly enjoyable at the same time. What wonderful plays I have had the pleasure of reading, I wish we could choose them all. Alas, I had to go with what we felt most closely fit our season theme of “Making a Difference” and geared toward that end in the characters – though that is left to many interpretations. Thank you so very much to all of you for your submissions, your work, and your support of Itinerant Theatre, I hope you will continue to submit in future call outs, as supporting new works is a major part of our mission.
Congratulations to you all, and to the following as for being selected for inclusion in our Spring 2018 New Play “The Play’s the Thing” staged reading/performances. We will update you with further specific scheduling as it becomes available.
Happy holidays to you all and Happy New Year! Please like us and follow on Facebook and Twitter.

Yours in theatre –
~Joy Pace
Artistic & Executive Director
Itinerant Theatre

Itinerant Theatre’s 2018 New Plays “Making a Difference” Selections

10 Minutes:

CAPTURED MOMENT by Judd Lear Silverman

ASHES by John Meiners, Jr.

CATCHING THE BUS by Carl L. Williams

DESTINY By Michael Edan

FALL& RISE A NEW PLAY BY JOE GULLA

Gel Us By Paige Zubel

In Full Bloom By Paige Zubel

KINGS OF THE WORLD by Kate Danley

Picture Window (working title) by Carolyn Woosley

Never Too Late by John Meiners, Jr.

NOT MY RIDE A 10-minute play by Steffi Rubin

NOT THIS WHITE WOMAN by Adrienne Dawes

O Holy Night On Black Diamond Trestle By Donna Stuccio

One Bright Morning A Ten Minute Play By Ronaldo McDoyle

PAY IT BACKWARD By Donna Hoke

PERFORMANCE REVIEW A ten-minute play by Nedra Pezold Roberts

SOUP KITCHEN SUNDAY by MELINDA GROS

SURVIVAL STRATEGY By Donna Hoke

The April Meeting of the Friends of the Gibsonton Regional Library by Dean Farell Bruggeman

THE BIRTHDAY BOY A ten-minute seriocomedy by ROY PROCTOR

The Exercise A ten minute play By Grace Epstein

The Existential Crisis in Car 54 By Donna Stuccio

The Star Covered Beach A Five Minute Play By Ronaldo McDoyle

WHILE THE AUTO WAITS by ROY PROCTOR based on the short story of the same title by O. HENRY

ZOMBIE RAINBOW UNICORN POO PILLOW EMOJI PARTY A ten-minute play By Jeanette D. Farr

Short Plays:

FORYOUR EXAMINATION: Testimonials from the Homeless A full-length play
By David Blakely & Anna Hudson

GOD FOR A DAY a one-­‐act play by Katherine Dubois

LOVELY YOUNG CHILDREN A short play by John J. Kelly

A MURMUR OF DUST by John Stell

~ Joy Pace
Artistic/Executive Director
Itinerant Theatre

Cast List for “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play”

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  1. IT is excited to announce
    “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play”CAST LIST

    Bianca Augustine – “Lana Sherwood” as Violet (and Young Violet), Mrs. ​Hatch; Janie

    Hannah Barker – “Stage Manager” – as Stage Manager

    Julian H. Green – “Jake Laurents” – as George (and Young George)

    Jo Ann Hanks – “Hope Merriweather” – as Rose Bailey; Sadie Vance; Mrs. Thompson

    ​​​​
    Dan Sadler – “Freddie Fillmore/Announcer” – as Potter, Sam Wainwright, Martini, Tommy, Joseph, Ernie, Charlie, Bridge Keeper

    Travis Spears – “Willy Kurtz” – as Harry (and Young Harry), Pete, Dr. Campbell, Ed, Man, Horace the Teller, Nick, Mr. Welch

    Natalie Sell – “Sally Applewhite” as Mary Hatch (and Young Mary)

    Shauna Temple – “Trixie Devines” as ZuZu, Matilda, Ruth, Schultz, Singer, Woman

    ​​​
    Matt Tonkavich – “Harry ‘Jazzbo’ Heywood” – as Clarence Oddbody,
    Gower, Billy, Peter, Binky, Cop, Sheriff

    All actors provide ad libs from the following crowds etc: BOYS, BOARD MEMBERS, CROWD AT RUN ON BANK, RESTAURANT PATRONS, CROWN AT PARTY

Auditions Sept. 26 for “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play” 6-8pm in IT studio

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Itinerant Theatre is excited to move more deeply into the 2017-18 season. Tomorrow, September 26, IT holds auditions for the clever play “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play”. The classic featuring the downcast character George Bailey in need of an angel to lift his spirits, is staged within a radio station from the mid-twentieth century.

Director Joy Pace needs 5-10 actors to fill the 25 roles. Actors, please bring with you a sample, prepared monologue — something that displays your ability to play multiple roles.

Where: 809 Kirby St., #339, Lake Charles, LA 70601. Please note: The elevator is out of order. You will need to be able to climb 3 flights of stairs! We so apologize for this.

If you need other accommodations, please notify us ahead of time! Notify IT at joypace@itineranttheatre.com

Coffee House Theatre starts up this Saturday, Sept 2 with “Caroline or Change”

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Itinerant Theatre Proudly presents the opening of its 2017 season with Coffee House Theatre for September at Stellar Beans Cafe. September will be the preview of ACTS Theatre’s upcoming production of “Caroline or Change” by Lake Charles native Tony Kushner. The production will open September 15th, and you can find out about how to puchase tickets at this free preview event. Coffee House Theatre is free to the public and all are welcome.

“Caroline or Change” is set in one of the most dramatic times in America’s history, the Tony-nominated Caroline, or Change, is riveting, moving and awe-inspiring. Featuring a virtuosic score by Jeanine Tesori (Shrek The Musical, Thoroughly Modern Millie), it blends blues, gospel and traditional Jewish melodies, creating a breathtaking medium for Kushner’s provocative and personal story.
In 1963, the Gellman family and their African-American maid, Caroline, live in sleepy Lake Charles, Louisiana. Caroline is drifting through life as a single mother of four working in a service job to a white family. A fragile, yet beautiful friendship develops between the young Gellman son, Noah, and Caroline. Noah’s stepmother, Rose, unable to give Caroline a raise, tells Caroline that she may keep the money that Noah leaves in his pockets. Caroline balks and refuses to take money from a child but her own children desperately need food, clothing and shoes. Outside of the laundry room, some of the greatest social advancements that the country has seen are being set in motion, and change is knocking on the door.
Caroline, or Change, produces a valuable theatrical experience that continues to thrill audiences the world over. It is a story that must be shared and will touch hearts. It is a story that will open minds. It is a story that will change theatergoers for the better. Featuring one of the most powerful female roles in musical theatre, Caroline, or Change, is a true tour de force that will leave audiences breathless.

Set in one of the most dramatic times in America’s history, the Tony-nominated Caroline, or Change, is riveting, moving and awe-inspiring. Featuring a virtuosic score by Jeanine Tesori (Shrek The Musical, Thoroughly Modern Millie), it blends blues, gospel and traditional Jewish melodies, creating a breathtaking medium for Kushner’s provocative and personal story. In 1963, the Gellman family and their African-American maid, Caroline, live in sleepy Lake Charles, Louisiana. Caroline is drifting through life as a single mother of four working in a service job to a white family. A fragile, yet beautiful friendship develops between the young Gellman son, Noah, and Caroline. Noah’s stepmother, Rose, unable to give Caroline a raise, tells Caroline that she may keep the money that Noah leaves in his pockets. Caroline balks and refuses to take money from a child but her own children desperately need food, clothing and shoes. Outside of the laundry room, some of the greatest social advancements that the country has seen are being set in motion, and change is knocking on the door. Caroline, or Change, produces a valuable theatrical experience that continues to thrill audiences the world over. It is a story that must be shared and will touch hearts. It is a story that will open minds. It is a story that will change theatergoers for the better. Featuring one of the most powerful female roles in musical theatre, Caroline, or Change, is a true tour de force that will leave audiences breathless.”

With all-local cast:
CAROLINE THIBODEAUX: Hannah Barker
DOTTY MOFFETT : Lillie Aguillard
EMMIE THIBODEAUX: Lauren Edwards
GRANDMA GELLMAN: Ellie Marquez
GRANDPA GELLMAN: Andrew Casanave
JACKIE THIBODEAUX: Nathan Ughovwa
JOE THIBODEAUX: Landon Mitchell
MR. STOPNICK: Mark Herbert
NOAH GELLMAN: Eli Smithey/Jake Smithey
ROSE STOPNICK GELLMAN: Lori Smithey
STUART GELLMAN: Paul Broussard
THE BUS: Kevin Aguillard
THE DRYER: Kevin Aguillard
THE MOON: Martha Reynolds
THE RADIO TRIO: Jacqueline S. Ellis
Tony James,
Yvonne Marie Manning,
WASHING MACHINE: Alexus Peters

Directed by Joy Pace, Music Direction by Tony James, Assistant Director Bianca Augustine, Stage Manager Mark Bowling. Producer, Diane Flatt

IT goes on Summer Hiatus

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Greetings, Everyone. After our very successful May 6th Coffee House Theatre at Stellar Beans Cafe, and after our May 11th reading of feminist writings at the Art for Action! reading at Sloppy’s Downtown, IT now goes on summer hiatus. We are refueling.

Watch for the Fall 2017 season, “Making a Difference”. We will attempt to carry this theme throughout our CHT events, the Play’s the Thing series, and our December full production play at Central School’s Ben Mount Theatre. Drum roll… we’re keeping the play’s title under wraps for now, with a few exceptions…;).

Thank you for your interest. Thank you for your financial support. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

See you at the show!

Reflections, Revelations & Resolutions ~ Jan 2017 Coffee House Theater

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Reflect, laugh, cry, rant or rhyme. At any rate, join us Saturday evening at Stellar Beans Coffeehouse & Beanery for original works, written by local actors/writers. The theme: “Reflections, Revelations & Resolutions”. Brook Akya Haynemann, Tony James, Joy Pace & Carolyn Woosley are lined up to read/act/ or somehow interpret their thoughts on 2017, or the just-ended ’16.

Contact us to submit something of your own! It can be a rant. Not too long. Write joypace@itineranttheatre.com .

Info: Saturday, January 7, 7:00pm. One hour. Free.
Address: 313 Broad St., downtown Lake Charles.

Itinerant Theatre takes a break

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Greetings, friends of live theatre and of Itinerant Theatre (IT). After our heart-warming work with The Foundation House, Leah Howard Robinson and Tony James on “An Evening of Nellie Lutcher”, we are taking a break. We had a terrific time revisiting Nellie Lutcher. In that same month of April we also co-sponsored “Roots Revival ~ a musical history of Southwest Louisiana” with the Arts & Humanities Council SWLA and the City of Lake Charles.

Earlier, in January we pushed hard to sponsor the New Director’s Series — “Beauty Queen of Leenane” directed by Ronald Doyle and “Endgame” directed by Jonathon Richards, and then, New Directions, a lively March weekend of a workshop and performances of devised theatre by guest artist, Laura Rikard.

The season has been a good one. We are a bit tired and are taking a break.

Please check back in with us in August when we’ll start leaking plans for the future!

Opening of “An Evening of Nellie Lutcher” a success!

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Last night’s opening night of “An Evening of Nellie Lutcher” drew a larger crowd than expected. Reception to the 3-part evening warmed the hearts of these producers! The crowd plans to spread word that Leah Howard Robinson’s singing of the 11 Nellie songs to kick off the evening was a treat. What a good voice she has. Tony James accompanies Leah at the piano, and he is actually the other half of “Nellie”, as the real Nellie Lutcher played piano while singing.

The history talk given by Carolyn Woosley appeared to interest the audience. The play is getting better and better known. Leah has such a fine, winning, authentic stage presence that the playwright feels that, at times, Nellie Lutcher is being channelled onto our stage.

Eddie Lewis, our host at The Foundation House is loving being a part of things, and prepares food for purchase with each performance. For today’s 2:00pm Sunday Matinee, Eddie has sandwiches and po-boys in mind.

Tickets are $15/$10 students, and can be bought at the door. Address: The Foundation House, 720 Enterprise Blvd., two doors towards the I-10 from Broad St. Park on the side.

Week Two of New Directors Series begins tonight at 7pm

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“Beauty Queen of Leenane” by Martin McDonagh and directed by Ronald Doyle continues tonight at the Ben Mount Theatre of Central School, 809 Kirby St., Lake Charles. It shows again on the 23rd at 5pm. Audiences have been delighted!

“Endgame” by Samuel Beckett and directed by Jonathon Richards continues tomorrow the 22nd at 7pm and again, to close the series, at the 2pm Sunday matinee on January 24th. Audiences are astounded by Beckett’s dialogue and are engaged in the performances.

Tickets are $15 or $10 students per show. See you there!

Happy New Year & become a member of IT!

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Greetings to all! May you all have a happy and rewarding 2016! Eat some black-eyed peas for luck and cabbage for money!

IT has had an event-filled 2014-15 season, culminating with the very successful Dinner Theatre at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in October. Thanks to all members of that congregation led by Nan Cagney who worked so hard on that good evening which featured Carol Anne Gayle as “Clyde” and Leah Howard Robinson as “Nellie”.

First things first! Become a member of IT. Support live, professional art! And get a tax deduction in the process. IT is a 501(c)(3) in good standing, and runs on a shoestring budget, while paying every single cast and crew. If you don’t have a brochure write email joypace@itineranttheatre.com .

We need to receive your membership by January 8 in order to list you in our program for the first event of 2016, our “New Director’s Series”. Remember, Students can join for $35, and the lowest general membership is $50. Don’t let that stop you from giving more!

Season’s Best!

IT announces 2015-2016 season ~ A Season of New Directions

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Itinerant Theatre proudly announces its 2015-2016 season:   “A Season of New Directions”.

On October 3rd at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church as part of an evening of dinner theatre, IT will produce Louisiana Women:  Art & Music. two popular one-woman plays by Carolyn Woosley.  The two 30-minute plays are “Clyde”, a play on the life of Shreveport native Clyde Connell, performed by Carol Anne Gayle, and “Nellie”, a play on the life of Lake Charles native Nellie Lutcher, performed by Leah Howard Robinson.  Doors open at 5:30pm.  A delicious 4-course dinner by a local chef will be served. Location is Fellowship Hall of the church, 4020 Hodges Street.  Tickets are $35; purchase at this website or reserve by calling 337-436-6275 or St. Andrew Pres. Church.

Coffee House Theatre, a free event, continues the first Saturday of each month, September – May at Stellar Beans Coffeehouse & Beanery, 310 Broad St., Lake Charles.  Watch for details on this Blog, on Facebook and Twitter.

For two mid-January weekends IT proudly presents its New Directors Series, produced in repertory fashion.  IT’s Artistic Director Joy Pace will mentor two new directors through a full production process, culminating in full productions of Endgame by Samuel Beckett, directed by Jonathon Richards; and, Beauty Queen of Leenane by Martin McDonagh, director Ronnie Doyle.  The repertory method requires the directors to use the same basic set in alternating nights of performance.  Auditions are 6:00pm September 14, 2015 in Ben Mount Theatre of Central School.

March 24, 25 and 26  2016 IT proudly sponsors a weekend of “devised theatre” (a relatively new form of theatre).  Guest artist Laura Rikard of Brown University will perform two nights and one Sunday matinee of two of her devised works, and on Saturday afternoon she will conduct a workshop on the nature of “devised theatre”.  The two works are A Shaker’s Path:  a theatrical exploration based on the Life of Mother Ann Lee and Duse’s Blush, a play that explores the life of ground-breaking actress Eleonora Duse.  Watch for more details!

IT returns to Lake Charles legend Nellie Lutcher for two late April weekends.  “An Evening of Nellie Lutcher — Her Music, History & Career” will involve three engaging segments.  Leah Howard Robinson will first entertain with songs of and by Ms. Lutcher.  Playwright Carolyn Woosley will then give a short history overview so as to place Ms. Lutcher within the historical context of her exciting era.  Leah Howard Robinson will then perform the half-hour play “Nellie” by Carolyn Woosley.  Director is Joy Pace.

Watch for more details!  Follow IT on Facebook and Twitter.  See you at the show!

Watch for 2015-2016 season

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IT is on summer hiatus, but watch for the upcoming season.   (1) In August Coffee House Theatre starts up featuring The Children’s Theatre and their theatre workshops.  Coffee House Theatre will continue monthly through May 2016.  (2) IT will feature two of Carolyn Woosley’s 13 Louisiana Women, October 3, 2015 at a fun dinner theatre sponsored by St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Hodges Street, Lake Charles.  The two women are Clyde (Connell) played by Carol Anne Gayle and Lake Charles’s great Nellie (Lutcher) played by Leah Howard-Robinson.

(3) In addition, during the season IT is in planning stages for a fall “Nellie” weekend.  This will include the one-woman play, Nellie, performed 3-4 times by Leah Howard-Robinson, a history talk by Carolyn Woosley and some “Nellie” music, also performed by Leah Howard-Robinson.

(4)  January 14-24, 2016 IT inaugurates a “New Directors Series”.  In this series two modern classics (plays) will be performed in “repertory”by professional casts, as directed by two new directors.  Ronnie Doyle will direct Beauty Queen of Leenane by Martin McDonagh and Jonathon Richards will direct Endgame by Samuel Beckett.  The two plays will perform on alternating nights on the same stage using the same basic set structure.

(5)  IT’s final main production for 2015-16 will be a March weekend devoted to a relatively new theatrical form, “devised theatre”.  Laura Rikard, Professor at Brown University and IT’s guest artist, will perform two devised pieces on one weekend evening.  On that weekend Saturday Ms. Rikard will lead a participatory devised theatre workshop for anyone in the community.  Lunch will be included; a modest fee will be charged.

Watch this blog and the IT Facebook page for more details.   See you at the show!

Final show tonight!

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“Man of a Thousand Songs” concludes our great 2014-2015 season at 7:00pm tonight. We are having really good audience response to this staged reading. Thank you!  All season our audiences have been special. We can hardly express how appreciative we are of you guys!  Watch for 2025-2016 season news. Like us on Facebook and Twitter. (We’ll ramp up on Instagram).   See you 7pm tonight at the show!  Room 339, 809 Kirby  St, LC. Tickets at the door. Arrive EARLY!!  $7/$5

Kennedy Center Medallion awarded to IT Executive Director

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Joy Pace, Executive & Artistic Director of IT,  was awarded the coveted Kennedy Center Medallion at the closing ceremony of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Region 6 (KCACTF6) on February 28, 2015.  This Medallion is awarded to the top volunteers who run this complex, 6-state college theatre festival.  Joy Pace served as Chair for three years, preceded by her service as Vice-Chair and as Chair of the Student Directing Initiative and SDC.

Eight hundred students professors, and professional respondents attend this 6-state annual event, one of eight regional festivals nationwide.  The Festival celebrates and gives professional guidance to students who have submitted projects in their respective fields of specialty:  acting, directing, playwriting, stage management, scenic, lighting costume, makeup and sound design, to name some of the branches of this extensive festival.  Intensives in new play, short play and  the directing of these staged readings and invited full stage productions also occur, giving students opportunities to hone their crafts under the guidance of professionals.  Students from Arkansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana attend KCACTF6.

The concluding national festival occurs April 14-18 in Washington, D.C. at the Kennedy Center where the works of top awardees from the eight regions are recognized.

Tickets are available for final shows Nov 8 & Nov 9!

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You CAN buy tickets on this website for Louisiana Women:  Bound  — for tonight at 7:00pm and tomorrow’s matinee at 2:00pm.   Earlier today there was an inexplicable glitch in the widgets!!  It is fixed.

You can also call 337.436.6275  to reserve as “Will Call”.  Or, buy the tickets via our Facebook page.  You can pay at the door ($15/$10 for students).

In all cases plan to arrive 15 minutes early.  Location is Central School’s Ben Mount Auditorium, 809 Kirby St.

The show starts at curtain time.  There are no late admissions, even at intermission.   See you at the show!

Show continues November 7, 8 & 9. Tickets available!

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Greetings, everyone.

Our current show, “Louisiana Women: Bound”, starring Sierra Jones-Demouchet, Jo Ann Hanks & Leah Howard-Robinson and directed by Joy Pace, is a success!  Crowds are growing.

Plan to attend this final weekend’s performances at 7:00pm Friday November 7, Saturday November 8 and the one 2:00pm Sunday matinee on November 9.  Be sure to arrive early.  Door opens a half hour ahead of show.  We have a wine & beer & soft drink bar & pre-show music.

Please note:  NO LATE ADMISSION, no exceptions.

Tickets are available for all performances.  Note:  For purchases via this website, we are aware of some glitches.  We are working on them.

To reserve, telephone 337.436.6275.  Your name and number of tickets for your night will be under “will call”.  Arrive by 6:45pm.  Pay at the door.  Ticket prices are $15 or $10 for students.

Purchases at the door are accepted, in general.  IT accepts cash, checks & credit cards.

See you at the show!

Opening week!

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We are excited to be four days from opening night!  Light and sound are in final stages of design.  Set is up at Central.  We’ve been on KPLC & KRVS, along with our area’s rags.  Please note the correct dates (the Scene had them incorrect) and times:  Thurs – Sat Oct. 30, 31 and Nov 1, all at 7pm; and, Friday-Saturday Nov 7 – 8 at 7:00pm.  The one Sunday matinee is Nov. 9 at 2:00pm.

Performances are at Central School’s Benjamin Mount Auditorium (Central’s theatre).  Tickets are $15 or $10 for students.  Buy tickets on this website or at the door, or reserve for will-call at 337.436.6275.    Don’t miss these three one-woman plays.  Each is less than 30 minutes long.  There are two 10-minute intermissions.  What a deal!  See you at the show.