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Little Theater.
Big Imagination.

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Upcoming Events

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Show Dates:

Friday, Oct. 20th @ 7:30pm

Saturday, Oct. 21st @ 7:30pm*

Sunday, Oct. 22nd @ 3:00pm

Thursday, Oct. 26th @ 7:30pm**

Friday, Oct. 27th @ 7:30pm

Saturday, Oct. 28th @ 7:30pm

Sunday, Oct. 29th @ 3:00pm

*Pay What You Can Night (minimum $1 per ticket; general admission, tickets sold at the door)

**Special Understudy Production

This show is suggested for ages 13 & up or with adult supervision. This show contains graphic horror and adult language/situations that may not be suitable for all audiences or all ages. 

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Audition Dates:

Monday, October 23 @ 6:00pm

Tuesday, October 24 @ 6:00pm\

 

For performers 13+ (or appear 13+). 

This show requires 10 actors of all gender, race, nationality and/or sexuality. Please click the above button to learn more about our auditions for this production!

This show is PG due to the topics of the Holocaust. Suggested age is 10+ or with adult supervisiion.

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Show Date:

 

ONE NIGHT ONLY! FREE EVENT!

Saturday, November 11 @ 6:00pm\

This is a student led improvisational night provided by our ACT TWO theatre troupe! This event is free, but donations are welcome and will go to our curtain fundraiser!

This show is G and family-friendly! Audience participation is not required but always encouraged!

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Show Date:

 

ONE NIGHT ONLY! TICKETS BY DONATION!

Sunday, December 10 @ 6:00pm\

This is a celebration of winter holidays, original works created by our community members and directed/acted by local talent! All works were created, staged and ready to go in one single weekend (December 8-10)!

This show is G and family-friendly! This program is in partnership with the Gaston Arts Council.

"Music blows lyrics up very quickly, and suddenly they become more than art. They become pompous and they become self-conscious ... I firmly believe that lyrics have to breathe and give the audience's ear a chance to understand what's going on. Particularly in the theater, where you not only have the music, but you've got costume, story, acting, orchestra. There's a lot to take in."

Stephen Sondheim 

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