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You're A Good Man, CHARLIE BROWN

Based on "PEANUTS" by Charles M. Schulz

Currently celebrating its 50th Anniversary! YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN (Revised) is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder, and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, “Beethoven Day” and “My New Philosophy,” have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include “My Blanket and Me,” “The Baseball Game,” “Little Known Facts,” “Suppertime,” and “Happiness.”

Auditioning
March 5th at 6PM

Performing
Friday, May 4th at 7pm
Saturday, May 5th
at 2pm
Saturday, May 5t
h at 7pm

Thursday,
May 10th at 7pm
Friday,
May 11th at 7pm
Saturday,
May 12th at 2pm
Saturday,
May 12th at 7pm

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The Murder Mystery at the Murder Mystery (Reader's Theatre)

By Brian D. Taylor

Ready to tackle a murder mystery that really teases the brain?  With a fun play-within-a-play plot that challenges both the mind and the metaphysical, this comic mystery is certain to have your audiences coming back for more.  The players at The Murder Mystery Playhouse are rehearsing a new show, Putting a Little English On It.  It’s a not-so-good attempt at a British murder mystery, complete with cheesy dramatic music and British accents.  As expected at the final dress rehearsal, the lights go out and a character dies onstage — only this murder wasn’t in the script!  The authorities are quickly called, and soon the company finds themselves replaying the death scene.  When yet another person dies at the end of the scene, the cast finds themselves replaying the same scene over and over for other investigators, a theatre critic and even the playwright himself!  But every time they get to the end of the scene, someone else ends up with a fire poker in the chest.  The actors are left scratching their heads at the strange circumstances and also worried that they could be next.  It all culminates in a wild surprise ending in which the actors must work together to defeat the murderer before he murders them all.

Auditioning
March 19th at 6PM

Cast
5M, 6F, plus 3 roles that can be either

Performing
Friday, April 6th at 7pm
Saturday,
April 7th at 2pm
Saturday,
April 7th at 7pm

Thursday,
April 12th at 7pm
Friday,
April 13th at 7pm
Saturday,
April 14th at 2pm
Saturday,
April 14th at 7pm

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Sally Cotter and the Prisoner of Ala Katraz

By Dean O'Carroll

Sally Cotter is back, once again dreaming that she is a student at the bewitching Frogbull Academy of Sorcery. But this time she's caught up in teenage drama as well as dealing with mysterious escaped convict Taurus Ford and battling her rival, Ursa Malaise, in the Gauntlet of Ire. Will she triumph at the expense of helping her best friends, Dave and Harmonica, with their romantic woes, all while evading Murderdeath and his terrifying Demeaners? (This play has a prequel called Sally Cotter and the Censored Stone, which was performed by LLCT in 2017.)

Auditioning
May 7th at 6PM

Cast:
6 f, 5 m, 20 either (15-60 actors possible: 6-30 f, 5-30 m)

Performing
Friday, July 13th at 7pm
Saturday,
July 14th at 2pm
Saturday,
July 14th at 7pm

Thursday,
July 19th at 7pm
Friday,
July 20th at 7pm
Saturday,
July 21st at 2pm
Saturday,
July 21st at 7pm

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Chaos in Camelot (Reader's Theatre)

By Christy Fredrickson, Donna Rice

Take a witch, a monster, noble knights and fair ladies, sprinkle them with magic and what do you have? Magical, merry mayhem! In the kingdom of Camelot, Morgan Le Fay and her bumbling assistants are plotting to get rid of King Arthur. But their efforts are thwarted by a crazy ogre named Goric, who is demanding to know what women really want, and threatening to eat everyone in the kingdom until he finds out! Queen Guinevere, trying to help, makes everything worse by giving a magic potion to Lancelot. Will Arthur find the answer to the ogre's question? Will Lancelot run off with Guinevere? And who will stop Morgan - the sword-happy knights, the man-crazy ladies, the minstrel who can't sing, or perhaps Merlin? Find out in this magical romp with easy-to-stage special effects!

Auditioning
May 21st at 6PM

Cast
Cast: 9 females, 7 males, 6 either, 22 total cast
Flexibility: 0-6 extras, gender flexible

Performing
Friday, June 8th at 7pm
Saturday,
June 9th at 2pm
Saturday,
June 9th at 7pm

Thursday,
June 14th at 7pm
Friday,
June 15th at 7pm
Saturday,
June 16th at 2pm
Saturday,
June 16th at 7pm