A Carol for Tiny Tim
This warm and wonderful play takes place 15 years after old Scrooge’s
miraculous transformation as he continues to honor Christmas in his heart.
Jacob Marley has once again called the three Spirits of Christmas to reconvene. This time, however, it is the grown-up Tiny Tim who needs their holiday help. Now a spoiled young man, he uses his past infirmity as his crutch to collect sympathy and money from family and friends. Jacob feels a visit by the Spirits of Christmas Present, Past and Future is just what Tim needs to learn how to truly stand on his own two feet. Viewing his life, from humble beginnings to a frightening future, Tim comes to realize that he has become self-centered and vows to change his selfish ways in the same manner as Mr. Scrooge. Audiences can rest assured that Tim (no longer “Tiny” in any way) will learn his lesson and once again exclaim, “God bless us everyone!” This sequel to one of the holiday’s most enduring tales is destined to become a classic in itself, and will delight theatregoers as they see all their favorite characters in new situations.
November 29th – December 8th, 2019
Directors – Steven and Manique LeBlanc
Musical Director – Natial d’Augereau
Set / Graphic Designer – Gage Pacetti
Light/Sound Technician – Kent Labry
Jacob Marley – Sid Savoie
Ghost of Christmas Past – Parrish Vienne
Ghost of Christmas Present – Trevor Duhon
Ghost of Christmas Future / Kandace Ashley
Ebeneezer Scrooge – John Boudoin
Tim Cratchit – Nicholas LeBlanc
Bob Cratchit – Byron Hebert
Mrs. Cratchit – Meg Hebert
Martha Cratchit – Rylie Denais
Peter Cratchit / Constable / Tim’s Double – William Davis
Young Tiny Tim – Andrew Noel
Young Martha Cratchit/Londoner – Ella Rose Roy
Young Peter Cratchit / Londoner – Chloe Davis
Farthingate / Londoner – Drew Hoffpauir
Bobbins – Niles Comeaux
Lathrop – Ainsley Hartman
Mrs. Rice – Eileen Boudoin
Featured and Prelude Caroler / Londoner/Mini Spirit – Eileen Ashley
Featured Caroler / Londoner – Natial d’Augereau
Banker / Londoner – Nick Soirez
Foreclosure Man – John Stevens
Clerk / Londoner – Debbie Choate
Clerk / Londoner – Peggy Ashley
Sea Captain – Steven LeBlanc
Carolers – Stuart Burgess, Roger Cook, Denise Dooley, Beth Finch, Cathy Harris, Lee Johnson, Johnny Luquette, Philippe Saunier
Mini Spirit/Londoner – Alexys Joiner
Londoners – Graci Noel, Lilly Noel
Matilda, The Musical
“Matilda” is based on the Roald Dahl book of the same name, though most have heard the name due to the film that was made in 1996. This story tells of a brilliant young girl attempting to navigate a world where everyone seems to underestimate her. This production ran September 27 – October 13, 2019.
“SNOOPY, The Musical”
“SNOOPY” The Musical is a Tuneful! Charming! Hilarious! Yes, SNOOPY!!! – the musical sequel to “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” – deserves each of its three explanation points. Based on the beloved Peanuts comic strip by Charles Schulz, the show sparkles with wit and warmth as it depicts life as seen though the eyes of Schulz’s unforgettable characters. Musical numbers include “Just One Person”, “Poor Sweet Baby”, “Don’t Be Anything Less (than everything you can be)”, “Edar Allen Pie” and “Daisy Hill”.
This show ran from July 19th – July 29th, 2019.
“Southern Belle Primer (Or Why Princess Margaret Could Never be a Kappa Kappa Gamma)”
Southern ladies will take you on a lighthearted and humorous journey through Southern Mississippi and through “Ten Oaks Plantation”. These ladies will take you down memory lane and enlighten you on the differences of the Old South versus the New South!
April 5 – 14, 2019
Women Of The Bold New Old With Tales To Tell
created by Patricia D. Sidman
March 16 & 17, 2019
A collection of short, spoken-word theatrical pieces – dramatic, funny, poignant and real – portraying forces that shaped today’s older women, experiences that affect them today, and visions they hold for the future. Developed through interviews, storytelling and workshops, culminating in the performances of seven amazing actresses, all over the age of 60. Saturday, March 16 performance will include dinner before the performance and an interactive “talk back” with the actors after the performance, all in all, a unique and engaging evening at the theater.
All proceeds from both performances benefited Vermilion Council on Aging.
Next to Normal
“Next to Normal” is a play that will have you feeling every emotion possible. Dad (Vince Barras) is an architect; Mom (Kaleigh Lay) rushes to pack lunches and pour cereal; their daughter (Ally Hardin) and son (Ian Bonin) are both bright, wise-cracking teens, appearing to be a typical American family.
Yet their lives are anything but normal because their mother has been battling manic depression for 16 years. “Next to Normal” takes audiences into the hearts and minds of each character, presenting their family’s story with love, sympathy and heart. Come and experience the love and compassion of a family dealing with the many ups and downs of a mother with so much going on beneath the surface of her being.
Performance dates were February 15-24, 2019.