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The Play’s the Thing New Play Series continues June 2 & June 3

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Don’t miss 14 more new 10-minute and short plays this weekend!  The audience last weekend truly enjoyed the experience.  So did cast and crew who were constantly “changing hats” and taking audience to differently times, places, plots, dilemmas, you name it.   Be transported in six new plays Saturday, June 2, 7:00pm and eight new plays Sunday, June 3, 2:00pm.

Playwrights are from a number of states.  For the entire two-weekend series six playwrights are from NY; two are from each of the following:  California, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.  A number of other states are represented.  Amazing.

For this second weekend playwrights on Saturday are:  Dean Farell Bruggeman, Kate Danley, Katherine Dubois, Ronaldo McDoyle, Donna Stuccio and Carolyn Woosley.  On Sunday playwrights are:  Michael Edan, Melinda Gros, Donna Hoke, David Blakely & Anna Hudson, John Meiners, Jr., Steffi Rubin and Judd Lear Silverman.

Tickets are $10/$8 seniors/$5 students of any age.  Buy via this website or at the door.  Reserve by calling 337-436-6275.

The location is the same as last weekend:  Central School A&H Building, 809 Kirby St., Studio 339, Lake Charles.  Arrive early (especially if you reserved but did not buy the ticket) and park in back.

New Play Series Begins Tonight, May 26

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Eight 10-minute plays kick off our 2018 New Play Series:  Making a Difference.   Local actors — Hannah Barker, Zachary Benoit, Lauren Edwards, Amanda Ericson, Tony James, Baralye Sell & Travis Spears — have worked hard to develop characters, with Director Joy Pace.

And, yes, there are props and blocking.  There is one intermission.

Please note:  New plays continue 2:00pm May 27 and next weekend 7p June 2 & 2p June 3.

***Each day is a completely different set of plays!

Arrive early.   Park in back  at #339, 808 Kirby St. Handicapped-friendly.  Tickets are $10/$8/$5. Buy online or at the door.

Second Reading of Plays Sunday, May 27

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In our last, very recent blog we told you about our eight (8) new plays to be read 7:00pm this SATURDAY, MAY 26.

Now, here are the seven (7)new plays to be read 2:00pm this SUNDAY, MAY 27. These seven (7) plays also were inspired by the over-arching theme, “Making a Difference”. But they too have their own sub-title for the day, “Optics & Opportunities”.

The seven 10-minute plays & short plays are:
1. IN FULL BLOOM by Paige Zubel
2. A MURMUR OF DUST by John Stell (short play)
3. LOVELY YOUNG CHILDREN A short play by John J. Kelly
4. PERFORMANCE REVIEW A ten-minute play by Nedra Pezold Roberts
5. WHILE THE AUTO WAITS by Roy Proctor, based on the short story of the same title by O. HENRY
6. O HOLY NIGHT ON BLACK DIAMOND TRESTLE By Donna Stuccio
7. ONE BRIGHT MORNING, a ten-minute play By Ronaldo McDoyle

Note: There will be adult language & subject matter.

Also note: A 2nd weekend of readings follows on June 2 & June 3. Same times (Sat 7p/Sun 2p), place (#339, Central Sch) & ticket prices ($10/$8/$5). What’s different? The plays! All new & never before read before a paying audience.

See you at the readings May 26, May 27, June 2 and June 3!

“Celebrations & Solidarity” ~ the theme for eight Sat May 26 new plays

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Our new play series, The Play’s the Thing” — begins with eight plays Saturday, MAY 26, 7:00pm in Studio #339 of Central School A&H Building!

All plays submitted from across the USA address the theme, “Making a Difference”. Each of the four evening/matinee productions is a different, separate set of plays. That’s how we’ll produce 25 ten-minute plays and four shorts.

The evening title for the eight plays of Saturday, May 26th is “Celebrations & Solidarity”.

The plays are:

1. THE BIRTHDAY BOY A ten-minute seriocomedy by Roy Proctor
2. FALL& RISE A New Play by Joe Gulla
3. NOT THIS WHITE WOMAN by Adrienne Dawes
4. ZOMBIE RAINBOW UNICORN POO PILLOW EMOJI PARTY A ten-minute play by Jeanette D. Farr
5. GEL US by Paige Zubel
6. THE EXERCISE, A ten minute play By Grace Epstein
7. CATCHING THE BUS by Carl L. Williams
8. PAY IT BACKWARD By Donna Hoke

Tickets are $10/ $8 seniors /$5 students. Buy ahead at www.itineranttheatre.com, or reserve at 337.436.6275. You can pay at the door. Seating is limited.  Arrive early. Park in back.

See you at the show!

Transforming the space for The Play’s the Thing new plays reading series

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We at IT are excited to be transforming our Studio 339 into a Black Space.  We are moving things around to make the space handsome and bare.  Meanwhile, the actors and directors are transforming into characters for the featured 25 ten-minute plays and four short (one-hour or less) plays.

We’ll be able to seat over 30.  We’ll have refreshments.  Again, dates are :  Saturdays May 26 and June 2 at 7:00pm sharp and Sundays May 27 and June 3 for 2:00pm matinees.  Buy tickets at this website or at the door.   Or reserve by calling 337.436.6275.

See you at the show!

The Play’s the Thing new play series ~ the Playwrights & the dates

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IT is privileged and proud to produce as our The Play’s the Thing new play series — four evenings of 10-minute and short plays.  Please see below the plays themselves and their playwrights, as well as the dates.

Joy Pace, Artistic Director and Director of the 29 readings, divided the evenings into special themes.

 

SATURDAY MAY 26 (Celebrations & Solidarity: Making a Difference)

THE BIRTHDAY BOY A ten-minute seriocomedy by Roy Proctor

FALL& RISE A New Play by Joe Gulla

NOT THIS WHITE WOMAN by Adrienne Dawes

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

Gel Us By Paige Zubel

The Exercise A ten minute play By Grace Epstein

CATCHING THE BUS by Carl L. Williams

PAY IT BACKWARD By Donna Hoke

 

SUNDAY MAY 27 (Optics & Opportunities: Making a Difference)

In Full Bloom By Paige Zubel

A MURMUR OF DUST by John Stell

LOVELY YOUNG CHILDREN A short play by John J. Kelly

PERFORMANCE REVIEW A ten-minute play by Nedra Pezold Roberts

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

O Holy Night On Black Diamond Trestle By Donna Stuccio

One Bright Morning A Ten Minute Play By Ronaldo McDoyle

 

SATURDAY JUNE 2 (Perspective & Power: Making a Difference)

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

KINGS OF THE WORLD by Kate Danley

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

The Star Covered Beach A Five Minute Play By Ronaldo McDoyle

The Existential Crisis in Car 54 By Donna Stuccio

Picture Window by Carolyn Woosley

 

Sunday June 3 (Strangers & Selflessness: Making a difference)

CAPTURED MOMENT by Judd Lear Silverman

ASHES by John Meiners, Jr.

FORYOUR EXAMINATION: Testimonials from the Homeless By David Blakely & Anna Hudson

NOT MY RIDE A 10-minute play by Steffi Rubin

DESTINY By Michael Edan

SURVIVAL STRATEGY By Donna Hoke

Never Too Late by John Meiners, Jr.

SOUP KITCHEN SUNDAY by Melinda Gros

 

See you at the shows, 7:00pm on the Saturday nights and 2:00pm for the Sunday performances, all in the IT Studio, #339, Central School A&H Bldg., Lake Charles.  Tickets are $10/$8 seniors 65+/$5 students.

The Play’s the Thing ~ New play readings two weekends May & June

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Itinerant Theatre is excited to be developing for production readings of 29 new plays from across the USA.  They all address the theme, “Making a Difference”.  Twenty-five are ten-minute plays.  Yes!  Ten minutes or less.  Four plays are short plays, meaning that they are under an hour in length.  Joy Pace is Director.

Plays will be read by local actors over four nights:  Saturdays May 26 and June 2 at 7:00pm and Sundays, May 27 and June 3 at 2:00pm.  The readings will occur in our studio #339, Central School A&H Bldg., 809 Kirby St., Lake Charles, La.

More info to follow on future blogs.  Stay tuned.

See you at the show!

Extraordinary, wonderful show runs April 5-8! Get tickets now!

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Greetings, all. Itinerant Theatre is proud and privileged to produce Ntozake Shange’s Pulitzer prize-winning play For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf !    The performances are exuberant and penetrating.  The words are, well, let’s let the New York Times speak:  “…Ntozake Shange writes with such exquisite care and beauty that anyone can relate to her message.”  The NYT later said “…encompassing…every feeling and experience a woman has ever had.”

Performance times vary, so, choose your day carefully, and remember, the show runs only one long weekend:       April 5-8 in the Ben Mount Theatre of Central School A&H Building, 809 Kirby St., downtown Lake Charles.

Showtimes:  (1)  Thursday, April 5, 7:00pm.  (2)  Friday, April 6, 8:30pm after the opening of the Black Heritage Gallery’s opening 6:00-8:00pm on 2nd floor of Central School. (We discount your theatre ticket if you attend the opening!)    (3) Saturday, April 7, 7:00pm, and, (4)  Sunday, April 8, 3:00pm matinee.

Tickets are $15/ $12.50 seniors (65+)/ $10 students of any age.  Buy tickets at the door or at this website.  Reserve tickets at 337-436-6275, and be sure that you arrive 15 minutes early to pay for reserved tickets.  In the event the house is full, and you are not there 15 minutes early to claim your tickets,  we will release your reservation.

The show runs 90 minutes.  There is no intermission.

See you at the show!

The Play Develops!

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This week actors are off-book, choreography is well under way, colorful costuming comes into sharp focus.  For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf by Ntozake Shange will live up to its Pulitzer prize-winning creds.

Don’t miss this production April 5-8 at Central School.  Tickets are on sale at www.itineranttheatre.com or reserve ahead at 337.436.6275.

See you at the show!

Ground-breaking, Pulitzer Prize-winning play “For Colored Girls” on April 5-8!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE!  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE!  Don’t miss this uplifting play!

Here, unedited FYR is our press release.  See you at the show!

Itinerant Theatre presents groundbreaking play For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf by Ntozake Shange April 5-8

 Itinerant Theatre will present For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow is Enuf by Ntozake Shange April 5 and 7 @ 7pm, April 6 @ 8:30 pm following the Black Heritage Gallery opening, and Sunday April 8 @ 3pm in Ben Mount Theatre of Central School, 809 Kirby St. This groundbreaking “choreopoem” is a spellbinding collection of vivid prose and free verse narratives about and performed by black women. Capturing the brutal, tender and dramatic lives of contemporary Black women, For Colored Girls… offers a transformative, riveting evening of provocative dance, music and poetry. Poet Ishmael Reed observes: “No contemporary writer has Ms. Shange’s uncanny gift for immersing herself within the situations and points-of-view of so many different types of women.”

The play is about the women, about who they are and what they have experienced. Although the stories these women tell are tales of struggle, the play is ultimately uplifting. The seven women grieve, but they also celebrate their lives, their vitality, their colorfulness. The talented cast of local actors are “lady in brown” – Bianca Augustine, “lady in yellow” – Sierra Demouchet, “lady in purple” – Tasha Guidry, “lady in red” – Shereka Jackson, “lady in green” – Lauren Edwards, “lady in blue” – Alana Jennings, “lady in orange” – Hannah Barker. Natalie Sell is Stage Manager, Michelle Brunson is Designer, Tony James is Choreographer and Joy Pace is Director.

Tickets are $15 for adults, $12.50 for Seniors, and $10 for Students with ID. Purchase at www.itineranttheatre.com or call Itinerant Theatre at 337-436-6275 for reservations or information.          ##

“For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” cast works hard!

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Itinerant Theatre is very proud to produce Ntozake Shange’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf April 5-8 at the Ben Mount Theatre of Central School.  Don’t miss it!  Joy Pace is Director.  Michelle Brunson is Technical Director.  Natalie Sell is Stage Manager and Tony James is choreographer.

CAST LIST

lady in brown               Bianca Augustine

lady in yellow        Sierra Demouchet

lady in purple        Tasha Guidry

lady in red             Shereka Jackson

lady in green         Lauren Edwards

lady in blue           Alana Jennings

lady in orange              Hannah Barker

Don’t miss final two productions at Central!

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A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and A Prayer was a sleeper hit Wednesday night.  The crowd showed up at Sloppy’s Downtown in weather that only a mother would show up for.  The fourteen monologues by Susan Miller, Nickolas Kristof, Eve Ensler, Mollie Doyle and many others slayed the crowd — both the fine writing and the delivery.  The ambience complete with cool black-painted brick wall and the smells of the kitchen trying to quietly fry orders (!) added to the evening.

Don’t miss MMRP tomorrow, Saturday, Feb 10 at Central School, 7:00pm sharp.  Park in back.  Go to the main theatre — Ben Mount Theatre.  You can’t miss us.

$15, $12.50, or $10 tickets go completely to charity:  90% to our local SWLA Abolitionists and 10% to the international V-Day Project.

Then!  Thursday’s The Vagina Monologues brought in a large, really great crowd.  Cool evening.  Actors, now dressed in red, really poured heart and soul into their monologues.

Sunday’s 2:00pm matinee again features the final The Vagina Monologues directed by Bianca Augustine, her debut as a director!  The stories are poignant, funny, heart-wrenching, you name it.  All proceeds go to Oasis and V-Day Project in the same percentages.  Again, this performance is at Central School A&H Center.

See you at the show!

We’re close to two benefit productions! Feb 7-8 & 10-11

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In a first ever, IT takes its productions to Sloppy’s Downtown at 329 Broad St.  Don’t miss the two shows February 7-8 there.  Then, IT returns to Central School for the final Feb 10-11 performances.

There will be one show per night at Sloppy’s:  7:00pm, Wednesday, February 7 (A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant & A Prayer — MMRP) and 7:00pm, Thursday, February  8 (The Vagina Monologues).

Then, over the weekend IT returns to the Ben Mount Theatre of Central School, 809 Kirby St.

At Central there’s also one show per night/day:  7:00pm, Saturday, Feb 10 (MMRP) and  2:00pm, Feb 11 The Vagina Monologues.

Please know that 90% of MMRP ticket sales go to SWLA Abolitionists. And 90% of The Vagina Mono go to Oasis.  Ten percent of proceeds go to VDAY 2018, the international movement.

These are all-volunteer productions.  Thanks to our generous members for their support, and to our grants —  CVB-SWLA, A&H Council and the State of La., Division of the Arts.

Benefit performances Feb 7-11! Vagina Mono & MMRP

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Itinerant Theatre (IT) is proud to announce dates, times and locations for its benefit performances of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues, directed by Bianca Augustine, and Ms. Ensler’s edited work, A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant and a Prayer, directed by Joy Pace.  Cast and crew are 100% volunteer.

The two works occur on alternating nights.

A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant and a Prayer shows 7:00pm February 7th at Sloppy’s Downtown and 7:00pm February 10th at the Ben Mount Theatre of Central School.

The Vagina Monologues shows 7:00pm Feb. 8th at Sloppy’s Downtown and 2:00pm Feb. 10th at the Ben Mount Theatre of Central School.

Ninety percent of proceeds from ticket sales benefit local work that addresses sexual assault of women and girls, specifically, Oasis and SWLA Abolitionists; 10% benefits Ms. Ensler’s international V-Day project.

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

Two More Performances! December 8th & 9th!

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Don’t miss your chance to catch “It’s a Wonderful Life:  A Live Radio Play”!  There are two more performances, this Friday & Saturday, December 8 & 9, both at 7:00pm sharp.  Arrive early; seating is open; also, Tony James plays holiday classics on the piano from 6:30-7:00 as your special holiday pre-show.  Great fun for all ages!

Audiences have been pretty sincere in their enthusiasm for the show.  Amazing!  Astonishing!  The children were so interested in the sound effects and the very idea of being in a radio station to stage a story.

We’re getting those sorts of comments.  It’s a good thing because the cast & crew are giving it their all.

We’re at the stage of the Lake Charles Little Theatre, 813 Enterprise Blvd (close to Broad St. in Lake Charles).   Tickets are $15 or $10 students.  Buy at www.itineranttheatre.com, reserve at 436-6275 or at the door.

See you at the show!

Buy Tickets! Matinee 2p today & shows 7pm Fri & Sat

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Don’t miss out on our holiday classic production, “It’s a Wonderful Life:  A Live Radio Play”.  Three more performances by this cast that has poured heart & soul into rehearsals!  Audiences to-date have really, really enjoyed this production.   The radio-era ‘Foley’ sound effects are a blast.

Before the show holiday classics played live on the piano by Tony James are a special plus.  Arrive early for this treat!  Doors open a half hour before curtain.

Buy tickets here, at the door, or to reserve call 436-6275.  $15 or $10 for students.  Open seating.  813 Enterprise Blvd at the Lake Charles Little Theatre stage.

“It’s a Wonderful Life” Opens in 5 days! Here’s press release.

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Itinerant Theatre announces upcoming production of It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry. Directed by Joy Pace.

It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, this beloved American holiday classic comes to captivating life with a twist, as a live 1940s radio broadcast! Our talented ensemble brings a few dozen characters and foley (reproduced everyday) sound effects to the stage. It’s a Wonderful Life is about the life of George Bailey, a generous and well-meaning man who has become too downcast and tired to continue living. Clarence, a lovable angel, must show George what life would be like if he weren’t born in order for George to have a change of heart and understand the true spirit of the holidays.

Wonderfully talented local actors include: Bianca Augustine, Hannah Barker, Julian H. Green, Jo Ann Hanks, Dan Sadler, Travis Spears, Natalie Sell, Shauna Temple, and Matt Tonkavich – with Tony James on Piano. Joy Pace is Director, and Itinerant Theatre and she welcome back to Lake Charles Mrs. Michelle Brunson as Production Designer.

Itinerant Theatre will present It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play December 1, 2, 8, 9, at 7:00pm and Sunday December 3 at 2:00 pm at Lake Charles Little Theatre, 813 Enterprise Blvd. Lake Charles, LA 70601.

Tickets are $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for students. To purchase tickets visit www.itineranttheatre.com or call 337-436-6275.

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Change of venue & matinee for “It’s a Wonderful Life, a Radio Play”

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Hello, everyone, rehearsal is far along for “It’s a Wonderful Life, a Radio Play”.  Actors and foley sound effects stars are all off-book.  But more on that later!

Please note that this production of this famous play (as a radio production) will be at the Lake Charles Little Theatre on Enterprise Blvd.

The matinee is moved to December 3 at 2:00pm.  (It was on December 10.)

All other performances are 7:00pm curtain times.  December 1, 2, 8 & 9.

See you at the show!