2005 - 2006 Theatre Season

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The 2005 - 2006 season started out with a delightful production of Marion De Forest's The Little Women. The cast of seven women and five men was supported by an excellent crew and played to about 650 theatre goers. In addition to the three evening performances a special matinee was performed for approximately 275 local high school students.
 

In January, our dessert theatre production of Moliere's classic comedy - Tartuffe - met with hilarious uproars from an appreciative and enthusiastic audience on five evenings. The small cast embraced this comedy of manners and executed it with precision and excellent comedic timing.
 

April brought a mainstage production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's ever-loved The King and I. With a strong leading cast supported with an excellent chorus of wives and selected community children, the production played to a combined audience of over 1000 viewers. Needless to say, the season was one that stretched our student performers and treated our audiences to productions that encompassed charm, laughter, and soaring music.