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Auditions forAnnie Jr.
We will be holding auditions for our December production of Annie Jr. on Friday, September 11 at 6:00 p.m. and Saturday, September 12 at 5:00 p.m.
Performances will be December 3rd, 4th, and 6th. Updated information can be found on our Auditions page.
Seeking Director Pitches
for 2016/2017 Season
The artistic committee of Lebanon Theatre Company would like to invite you to meet with us Saturday, September 19, 2015, beginning at 10:00 am to give us a pitch for shows you might like to direct for our 2016-2017 theatrical season.
The pitch should include brief description of the play(s) or musical play(s) and a view of how it would fit in with the LTC standard and sensibilities. Please come prepared with:
- Synopsis of show(s) you are pitching
- Your vision for the show
- Cost estimates
- Cast requirements
- Set requirements
- Any other pertinent information
We select one musical, one drama, and one comedy for each season. In addition, we are considering a Christmas show that would preferably involve children in the cast. As examples, in the past we have presented A Christmas Chaos, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, and Eeyore’s Christmas.
So if you are willing to chat with us about a show or shows that you have a passion for, get your ideas together and contact Jessica Tucker via LTC@LTCplays.com to set up an appointment. Please include the 30 minute time slot that you would prefer between 10am to 2pm, as well as a backup time. If that date is not possible, please let us know and we will attempt to find an alternative time for you.
Director - Cherie Cooper-Darragh
Producer - Kurt Purcey
Sep. 25-27 & Oct. 2-4
To reserve tickets, click here.
Set in Boston, Massachusetts in 1959, Curtains follows the fallout when the supremely untalented star of Robbin' Hood of the Old West is murdered during her opening night curtain call. It is up to Lt. Frank Cioffi, a police detective who moonlights as a musical theatre fan, to save the show, solve the case, and maybe even find love before the show reopens. All without getting killed himself. With music by John Kander and lyrics by Frank Ebb, this Tony-winning Broadway classic is not to be missed.
Written by Rupert Holmes. Lyrics by Frank Ebb. Music by John Kander.
Presented by The Haunted One®
Producer - Jay Fultz
Oct. 9-10 & 16-17
Limited to 12 sitters per performance.
The books, the papers, the photos,...they belonged to a preacher. A preacher who lost his way. There are clues in these personal effects. Clues that may suggest his journey. His sermons hauntingly preserved on a deterioriated audio cassette. Could this recording serve as a bridge to the spirit world? Will he reach across the veil to tell us his story...or will something else come through...something uninvited?
Each performance of The Séance is limited to up to 12 guests (Sitters), who will be active participants. Nothing for you to prepare; just a willingness to embrace your fears, and to experience what may lie on the "other side."
Season Tickets Now Available
Deadline to submit and to maintain current seats is June 30.
Curtains - Sep. 2015
The Willow and I - Mar. 2015
Murdered to Death - May 2015
In addition to our traditional opening-night-dinner theatre option, we now have a Sunday Brunch Theatre option!.
Current Season Ticket Holders please note, the deadline to submit your 2015/2016 Season Ticket order to maintain your current seats is June 30.
For a sneak peak of what else is coming up this season in addition to our our 2-plays-and-a musical season series, visit our Current Season page.
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:
First National Bank - Season Sponsor
Acapulco Restaurant - Ticket Sponsor
Minuteman Press - Program Sponsor
Mulberry Street Antiques - Set Decor Sponsor
Testerman Dental - Technical Sponsor
Whit's Frozen Custard - Concessions Sponsor
Village Ice Cream Parlor - Concessions Sponsor
The Lebanon Local - Advertising & Distribution Sponsor
Henkle Schueler Realtors - Show Sponsor - Curtains
LCNB National Bank - Show Sponsor - Murdered to Death
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. For more information, please visit TheHauntedOne.com.
Last updated: September 1, 2015 7:03 PM
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