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After Alice tumbles down a mysterious rabbit hole, she finds herself in a strange land where everyone is raving mad. With the help of a Cheshire Cat, an astute Caterpillar, and a righteous Humpty Dumpty, Alice must find her way home and discover who she really is. A darker, more faithful version of Lewis Carroll's classic tale that reimagines the experience of Wonderland, and ends with an unexpected new twist.
Auditions April 23 @ 1:oo pm
Skit Camp June 05 - 09
Performance June 09 @ 7:00 pm
This will be held at Sands Auditorium
For tickets go to: sandsdrama.ludus.com
Mimi Ralston, a wealthy and much-married divorcee, is giving a party in honor of the reputedly formidable parents of her daughter’s fiancé. Typically she engages a stunt “waiter” to insult her guests and, specifically, to spill soup on the stuffed-shirt Calthorpes. But her daughter, Edie, fearing that her mother would never be able to stomach her future in-laws, has hired two actors to impersonate them—which works fine until the real Calthorpes arrive on the scene with their son. Thereafter the mistaken identities (and the fun) proliferate, until all is in a state of hilarious confusion. Fortunately things are eventually set straight, as is Edie—who learns some lessons in love and life which spare her from what could have been a most unhappy fate. o
Auditions June 12 and 13 @ 7:00
September 14 @ 7:00 pm
September 15 @ 7:00 pm
September 16 @ 7:00 pm
September 22 @ 7:00 pm
September 23 @ 7:00 pm
September 24 @ 2:00 pm
From the bonny shores of England comes the Styckes-Upon-Thump Repertory Theatre Company, a stuffy old travelling troupe embarking on their fifteenth annual farewell tour of the Dickens' tale. The company includes Sir Selsdon Piddock, the consummate actor, in the role of Ebenezer Scrooge, with Mrs. Bettina Salisbury, Dame Rowena Middleton-Lewis, Mrs. Cordelia ffoliet-ffolkes ffortescue Woods, Teddy Shub and Elyot Crummels in multiple supporting roles. Sweet Cynthia Imbry, the general understudy, suddenly finds herself thrust onstage to perform a role she's ill-prepared for! Bettina, the company diva, pretends to be ill, certain the production will be cancelled. However, much to her shock and rage, the show does go on without her! Roles are shuffled at the last minute and poor Cynthia finds herself center stage. The play begins but mid-way through the theatre doors open and in rushes Bettina, determined to reclaim her roles. Mayhem ensues as this professional company scrambles to keep the show going and everything that could possibly go wrong does, to hilarious, ridiculous results!
Lamesa Community Players (LCP) will award one $500 scholarship to a graduating senior.
The attached application should be neatly printed or typed, and postmarked by March 1st.
Members of the LCP Board of Directors will evaluate the entries, and the winner will be
notified. School Counselors will be contacted by an LCP Board Member for the student who
is awarded the scholarship. LCP will schedule a time to award and take a picture of
recipient and representatives from LCP, either at an awards banquet or at LCP. The check
will be sent to the recipient’s college or university upon enrollment verification in the
fall. The recipient is responsible for submitting verification.
● Participate in high school Fine Arts Course (drama, music, dance, Art)
● Essay (500 - 1000 words) discussing how your involvement in Fine arts has made a
difference in your life.
● Scholarship Application
● Signature by Fine Arts teacher and date(s) course(s) were taken.
● Two (2) Letters of Reference
○ Can not be from a family member or LCP Board Member.
Scholarship Applications can be downloaded here.
In the summer of 1981 many theater minded people of Lamesa joined forces in forming a theater group. Since the group had no funds with which to produce its first show, a script had to be written. In just a few months, a melodrama, Skulduggery on the Square, was ready for production thanks to Pat Newberry and Carole Hill. The script contained music, comedy and drama as well as oleos. Over forty people took the stage for the first run and another seventy worked on various crews from publicity, scrapbook, and programs to lights, sound, and house management. It was a miracle that so many people turned out to organize theater in Lamesa, but it happened, and it remains a lasting miracle that the community continues their support.
For more information about our history and past productions
For inquiries about venue availability or our upcoming events, send us a message.
We will get back to you soon!
Lamesa Community Players 214 North Austin (PO Box 1377) Avenue Lamesa TX 79331
Lamesa Community Players
214 North Austin Avenue
Lamesa, Texas 79331
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