September 6-8, 13-15, 20-22
Fri & Sat 7:30 PM / Sun 3:00 PM
Just prior to the civil rights movement. Miss Daisy has demolished another car, and her son hires a black chauffeur to drive her around. the pair must find a way to relate each other, as they grow ever closer to, and more dependent on. each other.
Written by Jason Robert Brown
Directed by Billy Ensley
November 1-3, 8-10, 15-17
Fri & Sat 7:30 PM / Sun 3:00 PM
An emotionally powerful and intimate musical about a young couple who fall in and out of love over the course of five years. Cathy tells her story backwards while Jamie tells his story chronologically.
Ed Howard, Joe Sears, Jaston Williams
Directed by Scott Albert
June 7-9, 14-15, 21-23
The day in Tuna, the third smallest town in Texas, begins—as usual—with Thurston Wheelis and Arles Struvie at the microphones of Radio OKKK, broadcasting at a big 275 watts (when they remember to turn the transmitter on). Two actors bring yo life all of the quirky residents of Tuna.Two shows on June 15th – 3:00 PM & 7:30 PM
Written by Judy Simpson Cook
Directed by Polly Adkins
Dec 7, Sat 7:30 PM
Dec 8, Sun 3:00 PM
A lamb is lost, an angel’s credentials are questioned, Mary and Joseph want a divorce and the nativity scene is out of control in this charming, funny and very moving family story of Christmas time in the South.
Fort Mill Community Playhouse will be hosting auditions for its upcoming comedy,
Things My Mother Taught Me on Sunday, Feb 10 6:00 PM and Tuesday, Feb 12 6:30 PM.
Rehearsals begin Tuesday, February 26th.
CASTING (3-Male, 3-Female, l-Male or Female)
Energetic, neat, slightly OCD, an Architect
A Writer, Good-Natured
Polish accent, Building super, May be played by a man or woman.
Things My Mother Taught Me
March 29, 30 & April 5, 6, 12, 13 @ 7:30 pm
March 31 & April 7, 14 @ 3:00 pm
By: Katherine DiSavino
Directed By: Eric Grace
Olivia and Gabe are moving into their first apartment together. They’ve just packed up all of their belongings and driven halfway across the country, to start a new life in Chicago. Their moving day doesn’t go exactly as planned, though, and things become slightly more complicated when all of their parents show up to help. Can a two- bedroom apartment contain all of the love, laughs, worry and wisdom that’s about to happen? This new comedy takes a generational look at relationships, and how sometimes parents are passing their best lessons on to their children without even meaning to. Funny and touching, this one will make you laugh out loud and fall in love all over again.
It’s improv that has only 3 people on stage; we take a suggestion from the audience and then run a 15 to 20 minute "play" based off that suggestion. And we'll do that 4 or 5 different times based on whatever scenario you come up with!!
In between some of the "plays" we'll improvise games like the show Who's Line is it Anyway!
Did you know that 4 of Illinois’ last 7 governors went to prison! Chicago is home to one of the first serial killers (H.H Holmes) in the U.S. And the Tylenol scare occurred at a Walgreens in their lovely city in 1982.
Chicago also has famous alums, not like George Washington or Thomas Jefferson, but salt of the earth folks such as John Dillinger, Al Capone, and “Baby Face” Nelson.
But Chicago is not all bad, someone there did invent the Twinkie, and the prototype of the zipper was showcased at the 1893 World ’s Fair; and as of 2019, only about 1.5 people are murdered there each day!
Tickets: 8.00 adv/ 10.00 door. Click here to purchase your tickets in advance:
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