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               Halifax County Little Theatre is in search of Mr. Kris Kringle himself! If you or someone you know has found him, please send him to the Prizery in South Boston on Tuesday or Wednesday, September 5 and 6, at 6:30 pm.  Little Theatre has chosen “The Miracle on 34th Street, the Play” as their opening show for their 62nd season. 

                Based on the popular movie by the same name, “Miracle on 34th Street” has become an American classic about ‘believing.’ It is the story of one child’s journey to believe in the spirit of Christmas, in Santa Claus. Can the Macy’s Department Store Santa prove he IS genuinely Santa? From the Macy’s Parade to the American courthouse, Mr. Kringle is constantly battling to prove his authenticity.

                 HCLT needs lots of actors and actresses, from age 7 through adults of all ages. In addition to Kris Kringle, HCLT needs an adorable young girl (7-9), some jolly young elves, a feisty Macy’s store manager, a judge, a psychiatrist, lawyers, shoppers, the girl’s mother and an interested suitor, and just loads of everyday New York citizens.

                 Little Theatre wants this to be a community show, so encourage others you know would be good on stage and bring yourself as well to audition for a role or maybe to volunteer to assist with the production in other ways.

                 Dig out your Christmas spirit and come on out to the Prizery, 700 Bruce Street in South Boston, and give it a try.  Director Kasey Renae Moore is hoping for a large turnout to create the perfect show.  While there are children involved in the show, most of the primary roles are for ages 20 – 80.

                 For more information, contact Moore by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . 

 

 

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2016-17 Directors Becky Donner, Sandy Slayton, and Victoria Thomasson

 

 

Halifax County Little Theatre awards annual honorariums and scholarships to graduating seniors who have been active with high school theatre and Halifax County Little Theatre.  This year's scholarship applications are currently available at the HCHS Guidance Department and at The Prizery.  They are due to Little Theatre by April 15. In the eleven years that HCLT has been performing at The Prizery, we have presented scholarships to local students totaling $24,300. We are very proud of this endeavor, and we thank all our patrons for their support of our concessions sales and our 50/50 ticket sales, which fund our scholarship program.  Together, we make a difference!

 

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Season Schedule

Elf The Musical, Jr

Nov. 18, 19, 25, 26 @ 7:30 l Nov 19 and 26 @ 10 A.M. l  Nov. 20 and 27 @ 3:00
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Jackie & Me

Feb. 17, 18, 23, 24, 257 @ 7:30 | Feb. 19, 26 @ 3:00
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Chicago!

April 21, 22, 2528, 29 May 2, 4, 5, 6 @ 7:30 | April 23, 30 @ 3:00
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In the Community

  • HCLT Board of Directors and Community Involvement
    Our 2016-18 Board of Directors: President: Sandy Slayton Treasurer: Becky Donner Secretary: Ashley Smith Members at Large:  Amanda Sheppherd, Greg Donner, Jennifer Sydnor, Kasey Rising, Kelly Crawford, Kenny Carr,  Lisa Burton, Sarah Mandel, Shane Brogden, Sharon Brogden    HCLT is proud to contribute in many ways to the good of our community. For many years, we have awarded scholarships to several graduating seniors through the Dot Crews Memorial Scholarship Fund. All money we make from the sale of
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