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Moon Over the Brewery
Written by Bruce Graham
Directed by Matthew Smith
Sep. 12-14 & 19-21, 2014
A touching, gently humorous study of a precocious teenager's "coming of age," in which fantasy and reality are deftly juxtaposed to heighten the affecting message of the play. Miriam Lipsky, unmarried and living with her thirteen-year-old daughter, Amanda, works as a waitress to pay the bills, but it is her painting that really matters to her. Good subjects are scarce in the drab Pennsylvania coal town where they live, so Miriam dons a miner's lamp and paints at night, when moonlight softens and transforms the stark landscape. Miriam is also desirous of male companionship, a need which the precocious Amanda (she has an IQ of 160) has discouraged by driving away suitor after suitor with her barbed comments. Amanda, compensating for the lack of a father, has also created an imaginary friend, Randolph, who appears (only to her) in a resplendent white suit and provides mischievous advice and guidance.
Auditions for A Christmas Chaos
by Michael Wehrli
Sep. 25, 28 & 29 at 7pm
Director - Jessica Tucker
Producer - Kat McAndrews
Auditions are Sep. 28 and 29 at 7pm. Performancs will be Dec. 4-5 and 7. Rehearsal will begin Oct. 27 and held on Mon., Tues, and Thu. each week. Check our Auditions page for more details on the production.
Haunted Dinner Theatre
at The Golden Lamb
Do the dead speak, after the living eat? Join us for a spooky evening of ghostly tales, fine dining, and paranormal theatre. The event begins at 6pm with a cash bar, followed by a "ghost tour" of The Golden Lamb hosted by local historian John Zimkus. Attendees then retire to the Presidents Room for a delicious dinner. The evening concludes with demonstrations by Brahm Corstanje (a.k.a., The Haunted One) of paranormal and other spirit phenomena involving artifacts from one of England's most notorious asylums. Seating is limited. $50/person.
Keeping Live Theatre Alive in Lebanon
In addition to just becoming involved in one of our productions, there are financial ways you can support the Lebanon Theatre Company:
Help Sponsor Local Theatre
Interested in an opportunity to support award winning community theatre, and let local audiences know about your business/company? Please contact LTC@LTCplays.com for details (and use the subject header "Sponsorship"). Sponsors for our 2013-2014 Season are:
Acapulco Restaurant - Ticket Sponsor
Lebanon Chiropractic and Fitness - Technical Support Sponsor
Minuteman Press - Program Sponsor
Mulberry Street Antiques - Set Decor Sponsor
Village Ice Cream Parlor - Concessions Sponsor
The Patriot Steakhouse & Tavern - Sunday Season Ticket Sponsor
Whit's Frozen Custard - Concessions Sponsor
First National Bank - Show Sponsor
City of Lebanon - Community Sponsor
Recent Grants - Thank-You!!
LTC is thrilled to have received grants from the following organizations, to enable us to continue our mission:
Award Winning Theatre
LTC is known for award-winning seasons. Visit our Orchids Awards page for a listing of these awards.
A frightfully good way to support LTC!
Board member Brahm Corstanje is The Haunted One®, providing theatrical demonstrations of extra sensory powers and spirit manifestations, for entertainment purposes. Available for hire for your next home or business social function for groups of 10 to 500. Fees paid for the performance are tax deductible as they become direct contributions to the Lebanon Theatre Company and our sister youth organization, Acting Up. Click for more information on booking The Haunted One®.
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