Archive for November, 2009



Special Holiday Performance
Macon Little Kids Theatre
The Academy of the Performing Arts
“A Christmas Tree-O”
written and directed by Sylvia Haynie

An original Christmas Play performed by children, “The Christmas Tree-O is a series of three tales about kindness, friendship and compassion that will warm the hearts of young and old. Bring the whole family to enjoy this holiday offering and leave feeling the true spirit of the holiday season.
December 18 – 7:30
December 19 – 2:30 and 7:30
December 20 – 2:30
Tickets: $10 ages 16+
$5 all children under 16
Tickets on sale during “Traditions” and available at the door.

Cast List

Grump – Chuck Clark
James – Matt Case
Michael – Noah Fenimore
Becca – Gabby Fenimore
Bo – Brent Jones
Wise Tree – Savannah Wright
Gift #1 – Maddie Harvin
Gift #2 – Sarah Harvin
Gift #3 – Payton Poland
Twin Gift – Ella Fenimore
Twin Gift – Gillian Harvin
Gift #4 – Evan Correa
Lamppost – Sara Hulett
Art E. Ficial – Alex Newberry
Candy Cane – Mamie Knight
Snowman – James Hulett
Tree Farmer – Connor Tolbert
1st Sister – Bailey Vincent
2nd Sister – Cary Lynne Thigpen
3rd Sister – Merritt Jones
Vain Little Pine – Casey Wanna

Ensemble of townsfolk, shoppers, carolers, etc.
Anna Victoria Knight, Molly Poland, Mary Boltri,
Marcus Fite, Casey Kaplan, Emma Cate Shomaker, Jessica Simmons,
Kenzie Dingmore, Ella Hinson, Morgan Tyson, Zoe Potts



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Auditions for “Rumors” will be held at Macon Little Theatre at 7:30 pm on Monday, December 28 and Tuesday, December 29. “Rumors” will be directed by Chuck NeSmith and will run from February 5 – 14, 2010.

Needed: 5 women and 5 Men
Ages: 20’s to 50’s

Tackling this fast-paced and hectic farce presents a challenge, both for director and actors. This Neil Simon gem, …first staged in 1988, features roles for five adults men and five adult women. It is set in the tastefully renovated New York home of Charley and Myra Brock—-who we never see. The Brocks are throwing a 10th anniversary party for themselves and have invited four couples that are their closest friends. When the first couple arrives, they find Charley in an upstairs bedroom, bleeding from a gunshot wound to the ear lobe, and Myra is nowhere to be found. Couple #1 conspires to conceal this mystery from the other couples, unsuccessfully, and with the arrival of each couple, the hilarity and nonsense escalate, until the local police arrive to try, in vain, to sort it all out. The four couples include Ken Gorman, who is Charley Brock’s attorney, and Ken’s wife Chris, who is elegantly trying to kick the cigarette habit. Next to arrive are Lenny and Claire Ganz, who have had a nasty fender bender on their way to the party. Then come Ernie Cusack and his TV cooking show host-wife, Cookie, who’s having major back spasms. Last but not least is vain and insecure Cassie Cooper, who is convinced that her husband Glenn is having at least one affair. When the police officers arrive, the couple conspires in a fantastically unbelievable ruse to try to cover up for the Brocks.


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