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TLC's The Curious Savage

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The Curious Savage by John Patrick

Directed by Tabitha Huffman

September 18th-28th, 2014

"Ethel Savage is a recently widowed woman sent to a psychiatric center by her stepchildren because she chooses to give away her recent inheritance instead of giving it to them. Humor ensues as the 'mad' residents of the center are contrasted with the 'sane' stepchildren. You will begin to re-think the definition of 'crazy'!"

 

Twice a Slave

From the novel by Sammy Tippit and Randy Willis

Adapted for the Stage and Directed by Dr. Pete Richardson

November 6th-16th, 2014

"1758, North Carolina, Born the son of a white man and a Cherokee, Joseph Willis is a slave. On his death bed, Joseph's father declares him free, but a resentful uncle refuses to grant him his freedom. A slave on his own property, Joseph decides to fight for what is his. With a faith molded by tragedy, he finds the courage to forgive and becomes a pioneer of faith who changes the course of Louisiana history."

 

Little Women 

From the Novel by Louisa May Alcott

Adapted for the stage by Marian De Forest and Directed by Dr. Pete Richardson

February 19th-March 1st, 2015

"The beloved novel comes to life on our stage as we follow Meg, Jo, Amy, and Beth through the hardships of the Civil War, dealing with life, death, and love."

 

Once Upon a Mattress

Music by Mary Rodgers, Lyrics by Marshall Barer

Book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer and Dean Fuller

Directed by Tabitha Huffman

April 23rd-May 3rd, 2015

"The musical re-telling of the fairy tale, The Princess and the Pea, made Carol Burnett a star. With characters like King Sextimus the Silent, Queen Aggravain, Prince Dauntless and Winifred the Woebegone, the audience is sure to enjoy the song-filled plight of the hapless prince, his domineering mother, and his beloved."

 

Past Productions by tlc

Bye Bye Birdie
Directed by Dr. "Pete" Richardson

Dancing at Lughnasa 
Directed by Tabitha Huffman

Pride and Prejudice
Directed by Dr. "Pete" Richardson

Diary of Anne Frank 
Directed by Dr. "Pete" Richardson

Oklahoma   
directed by- Tabitha Huffman

Sunday in Manhattan
Directed by Tabitha Huffman

Titanic: The Musical
Performed: March 22nd-April 1st
Music and Lyrics by Maury Yeston, Book by Peter Stone
Directed by Tabitha Huffman, Musical Direction by Dr. Samantha Miller

This Tony award winning musical is set on the ocean liner RMS Titanic which sank on its maiden voyage April 15, 1912.  This year marks the CENTENIAL YEAR of the sinking of the most famous ocean liner in the world.  Come dine with us and experience what it might have been like to be a passenger on the most grandiose ship that ever sailed. This tremendous musical will showcase some of Central Louisiana’s most talented performers and will be an event the whole family can enjoy!

Sylvia
Performed: September 15-25th
by A. R. Gurney
Directed by Tabitha Huffman
 
A touching romantic comedy tells the story of Greg and Kate, a middle-aged couple who have returned to the city after years of living in the suburbs.  The couple's new dog, Sylvia, offers Greg an excape from the frustrations of life, but Kate begins to see the dog as a rival.

The Fantasticks
Performed: November 10-20th
Music by Harvey Schmidt, Lyrics by Tom Jones
Directed by Tabitha Huffman, Musical Direction by Dr. Samantha Miller
 
This very popular musical is about two fathers who decide they want their children to fall in love. The girl, Luisa, is a daydreamer with an active imagination. The boy, Matt, is a romantic. The two fathers decide to instigate a mock feud amongst themselves in order to manipulate the boy and girl to fall in love. They figure that this feud will give them the excuse to say no to the relationship, which of course will simply encourage the children's love even more...until the plan totally backfires!

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)
Performed February 2-12
Written by Adam Long, Daniel Swinger, and Jess Winfield
Directed by Tabitha Huffman

THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (abridged) features all 37 Plays in 97 Minutes! This side-splitting, fast-paced cavort was London’s longest-running comedy and features three wildly funny actors.

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Performed: Spring 2011

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Much Ado about Nothing
Performed: Fall 2010

Seussical, the Musical
Performed:
April 7 - 17

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