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A Christmas Carol, December 2021

Our second performance of A Christmas Carol was a great success!

This classic tale of Charles Dickens' Ebenezer Scrooge and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Yet-To-Be came to life with a cast of 74. New and old faces were found on stage with all new choreography. We hope to perform this show again in the future!


Tuck Everlasting, August 2021

Tuck Everlasting is the story of family, loss, and love. Winnie Foster, an excited and curious young girl in Treegap, New Hampshire, is craving adventure. She meets a young boy in the woods only to find out he is secretly 102 years old! Jesse Tuck and his family stumbled upon the water of immortality many years ago. Winnie must decide if she will drink the water and join the Tuck family or if she will live as all others do.

With a cast of 24, this production was filled with exquisite dancing, beautiful singing, and a moving story about choosing to experience every moment we are given on earth. It was a touching performance filled with many laughs, some tears, and thought provoking moments!


A Christmas Carol, December 2019

A Christmas Carol tells the classic story of Ebenezer Scrooge, an elderly miser who is visited by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley and the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come. Their visits cause Scrooge reflect on his personal character and Scrooge is transformed into a kinder, gentler man.

With 69 members in the cast, this was our first full production that involved many community members. Captivating music, large dance scenes, and incredible costumes, this production was enjoyable for all ages. It was a hit!


Tenderly: The Rosemary Clooney Musical. July 2019

Tenderly tells the story of Rosemary’s life as seen through her work with a mental health counselor. In spite of a hugely successful career, her personal life was marked by deep inner turmoil, relational conflict, and prescription drug abuse. Through lively and touching musical numbers and dramatic dialogue, the musical explores the human condition and the devastating impact that fatherlessness, marital unfaithfulness, and substance abuse can have on our lives. In the end, we witness Rosemary’s career comeback and the transformation she experiences by reaching out for help.

With only six days to put the show together, Camilla Sinclair Smith and Wesley Brown brought Rosemary and her therapist to life. Beautiful singing, incredible acting, and a delight to watch.

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