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LCT YAG 15 Reasons NOT to be in a Play!
15 Reasons Not to be in a Play by Alan Haehnel Directed by Heather May and Rachel Ballard Sponsored by HEB, CH Foundation, and Community Foundation of West Texas. https://bit.ly/LCT15Reasons Join our Youth Artist Guild as they put together their first online production of 15 Reasons you definitely SHOULD NOT be in a play. We have special effects and film work that has never been seen before via LCT. Tickets are $10.00 for the show only. $20.00 includes 3 Nothing Bundt mini cakes to enjoy while you watch the world premiere. Pick up for the dessert will be at LCT from 4:30-5:30 PM Sat, Nov 21st with a Red Carpet Premiere opportunity to get your picture taken for the big day. Join us in celebrating these kids' hard work and what they can achieve through the performing arts. www.lubbockcommunitytheatre.org
Live Ish Vol 2 Halloween Special Short Promo
LCT Live "Ish" Vol 2 The Halloween Edition is coming for you.....It promises to be filled with laughs, thrills, and spooky chills. Join us for an evening of short sketch comedy, parody songs, and your favorite performers. http://bit.ly/liveish2 Along with your ticket, you can choose to add some treats to your tricks. We are excited to partner with Chickies Tasty Treats with their delicious concoctions that range from cakes, candies, and more. Trick or treating at its finest. You can get handmade chocolates, cupcakes, macarons, OR a sampler of them ALL delivered to your house before the WORLD PREMIERE. Tickets: $10.00 Online Show Only $20.00 With Choice of Dessert: Assorted Chocolates, 3 Cupcakes, 3 Macarons $32.00 With Sampler Dessert with an assortment of all 3 Over 40 artists, actors, and writers come together to bring you this completely original sketch comedy show. We are grateful Sponsored by Market Street Made possible by the CH Foundation and Community Foundation of West Texas Directors Daniel W Ballard, Rachel Ballard, Jedidiah Martin, Briana Marie Moody, Justin Deurmyer, Heather May Writers Jedidiah Martin Daniel Ballard Rachel Ballard Patrick Jones Justin Deurmyer dana coulson Callie Combest Briana Moody Erin Castle Sylvia Ashby Charlie Schwieterman Bailey Limmer Bobby Loyd Andrew Frejes Teddy Alexis Rodriguez-Velez Beth Warfel Brown Lance Stanford Performers Jedidiah Martin Daniel Ballard Heather May Patrick Jones Justin Deurmyer Erin Castle Michelle Tarbox Briana Moody Erin Castle KeAsia Bogus Chris Cook Baily Limmer Natalie Sanchez DeNae Cortez Teddy Rodriguez Beth Brown Caitlin Trobridge Stacey Bennett Alex Crowe Jeremy Brown James Gauna Nick Nelson Beth Gautreau Marcus Thomas Emily Kilgore Lindsey Morrison Brandon Word Tuti Huntsman Savanah Cooper Laura Deurmyer Faith Rushing Claire Thompson Shannon Alteri Jennifer Renae Allen Roy Buckingham Melissa B Andi Babineaux Joseph Babineaux
LCT Live Ish Promo
So what's the deal with LCT's Live"ish" with Crave you may ask? It's sketch comedy, it's drama, it's music all online this Saturday with desserts delivered by Crave Creperie + Dessert Bar. Watch the video for the details, then head to bit.ly/lctliveish for your tickets! NOTE: In order to allow Crave time to make all of these delicious treats today is the final day to order the ticket withdessert option! Tickets without dessert will still be available after today. www.lubbockcommunitytheatre.org #LCTLiveish #LCTheatre #Crave
LCT's Clue On Stage March 2020 Teaser
LCT's Clue On Stage The body count is stacking up...join LCT and play Clue On Stage. Clue: On Stage Based on the Paramount Pictures motion picture, based on the Hasbro board game Clue. Written by Sandy Rustin, based upon the works by Jonathan Lynn, Hunter Foster, Eric Price. Directed by Heather May It's a dark and stormy night, and you've been invited to a very unusual dinner party. Each of the guests has an alias, the butler offers a variety of weapons, and the host is, well . . . dead. So whodunnit? Join the iconic oddballs known as Scarlet, Plum, White, Green, Peacock, and Mustard as they race to find the murderer in Boddy Manor before the body count stacks up. Based on the cult classic film and the popular board game, Clue is a madcap comedy that will keep you guessing until the final twist. Performed at the LHUCA Firehouse Theatre March 19- 22 and 26-29 Thurs- Sat 7:30 PM Sun Matinee 2:30 pm Co-Sponsored by GriffinWink and Chicken Express. Produced in part to the contributions from CH Foundation , Civic Lubbock and The Community Foundation of West Texas. Tickets are $20.00 for adults, $15.00 for students and seniors. Group rates available. Cast list Wadsworth - Travis Ty Burge Mrs. Peacock - dana coulson Ms. White - Marla Leach Maresca Ms. Scarlet - Lindsay Schroeder Pro Plum - Dylan Avant Mr Green - Daniel W Ballard Col Mustard - Jedidiah Martin Yvette - Kayla Rushing Cook - Janie Curl Motorist - KeAsia Bogus Cop - Bin Reyes FBI Agent - Kelton Wehrman Singing Telegram - McKenna Copeland Staff Tricia Lee Faith Rushing Walter Miller Miguel Martinez Monica Gutierrez Diamond Guiterrez Bailee Curl SM/AD Charlie Schwieterman ASM and Graphic Designer @Beth Warfel Brown Costumes Diane Bancroft & Patti Shipp Campbell Lighting Design Rio Hernandez Sound Design Katie Stackhouse Set Design Heather May Set Painting Thomas St Clair Publicity Photos @Mark Umstot Photography Commercial GriffinWink See Less
LCT's Matilda The Musical Summer
Lubbock Community Theatre presents Roald Dahl's "Matilda The Musical" Book by Dennis Kelly Music and Lyrics by Tim Minchin Based on the book, Matilda by Roald Dahl July 19-21 and 26-28 Fri and Sat 7:30 pm Sun Matinee at 2:30 House opens 30 mins before start of show. Adults $20 Students/Seniors $15 Buy Tickets here! https://buy.ticketstothecity.com/venue.php?org_id=308 The story of an extraordinary girl who, armed with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind, dares to take a stand and change her own destiny. Inspired by the twisted genius of Roald Dahl, the Tony Award-winning Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical is the captivating masterpiece from the Royal Shakespeare Company that revels in the anarchy of childhood, the power of imagination and the inspiring story of a girl who dreams of a better life. With book by Dennis Kelly and original songs by Tim Minchin, Matilda has won 47 international awards and continues to thrill sold-out audiences of all ages around the world. Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com
LCT's Diary of Anne Frank
Diary of Anne Frank Written by Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett Anne Frank-Alyssa Steward Otto Frank— Justin Deurmyer Edith Frank—Rachel Butler Margot Frank—Miranda Young Miep Vies—Kacey Colwell Peter Van Daan—Andrew MacPhie Mr. Kraler—Jake Quintanilla Mrs. Van Daan—Pam Brown Mr. Fan Daan—Aaron Adkison Mr. Dussel—Randy Cook Director—Jay C. Brown Assistant Director/ Stage Manager—Katie Stackhouse Set Design—Mark Umstot Lighting Design—Ginger Angstadt We all know "The Diary of Anne Frank" does not end happily. In any production of the show, you are left with a feeling of unspeakable waste, loss and regret, the very familiar having been made cruel and strange. The 13-year-old diarist who perished in the waning days of the Nazi death camps left behind in Amsterdam a record of optimism, anticipation and, above all, existence. "L'chaim!" she wrote, figuratively, on every page of "The Diary of a Young Girl," before they snuffed her out and tossed her body in a mass grave. Following his release from Auschwitz, Otto Frank, with the help of Miep Gies (who was among those who helped the group hide in The Annex) recovered Anne’s diary. Otto Frank, it must be said, favored first of all a sanitized version, with Anne's less-than-charitable, but recognizably teenage, thoughts about her mother and her comments on her own budding sexuality expunged. The term “redacted” is generally thought to refer to military secrets which must be hidden from the public’s view, but Otto Frank actually “redacted” some of Anne’s writing before the Diary was published in book form and then transferred to the stage in the original version by Hackett and Goodrich. As The 1997 Wendy Kesselman script honors Anne by restoring to the stage the fullness of her thoughts and refusing to bathe her in a wash of sentimentally. Anne becomes more of a real human being than a saint. She is a typical young teenage girl with all of the thoughts and feelings that any teenage girl has. She is restless being cooped up in the Annex, misses her friends, resents her mother’s authority, is a Daddy’s girl, is attracted to boys, likes to eavesdrop on the neighbors and loves to write in her diary. Kesselman's script ends with Otto returning to the attic where his extended family hid before being captured and transported on one of the very last death trains to leave Holland. Among papers and other refuse, he finds Anne’s diary. And it's Anne's diary. She is why the people in this attic have come to represent so many millions, why their story has survived, and why it remains so extraordinary in the telling, especially in shared space.