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Ugly Christmas Sweater Trivia and Karaoke Night

TCT Off Broadway will present an Ugly Christmas Sweater Trivia and Karaoke Night December 3rd at 213 East Franklin. Doors open at 7 p.m. and trivia begins at 8 p.m. with teams of 5-10 people. Prizes awarded for best team name and ugliest sweater. Tickets are $20 and include one free drink and heavy hor d’oeuvres. Tables may be reserved by teams by calling 844-1935.

Monsters Under the Bed

TCT Off Broadway will present the youth production of Monsters Under the Bed by Gay H. Hammond October 29 and 30 at 7:30 p.m. at 213 East Franklin.  A wild and physical anthology of stories and poems from cultures all over the world about trolls, sick pilule ampoule ghosts, rx help beasties and other things that go bump in the night! Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and younger and may be purchase by call 844-1935. \n\n \n\n 

Auditions for Dinner with Friends

TCT Off Broadway will hold auditions for Dinner with Friends by Donald Margulies on Sunday, October 11th at 5 p.m. at 213 East Franklin. Winner of the 2000 Pulitzer Prize. “…Margulies writes about relationships with such intelligence and spiky humor that his comedy-drama…becomes something quite wonderful. ” —Time Magazine The play deals with two married couples who have been best of friends for years. Adult men and women ages 21 and older are encouraged to audition. Will Knight will direct. No advance preparation is required. For more information contact wilsonlknight@gmail.com or call 844-1935.

TCT Off Broadway Trivia Night

TCT Off Broadway will present a Back To School Trivia Tournament on August 14 at 7:30 at 213 East Franklin. Trivia will begin at 8:30 with teams of 3-8 people and prizes for best team name and costumes. Tickets are $15 and include one free drink, pharmacy buy cialis Food will be provided by Gabriel’s. The evening will include a special performance by Tupelo’s West of Shake Rag improv troupe. Tickets are limited and may be purchase anytime by calling 844-1935.

Award winning Lone Star performance

Tupelo Community Theatre will present a final performance of the state and regional awarding-winning production Lone Star by James McLure on Saturday, troche look June 20, cialis usa try 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at the Lyric Theatre. The production is one of twelve productions from across the United States to be part of the national AACTFest in Grand Rapids, viagra Michigan in June. Lone Star was the Mississippi Theatre Association Festival Winner for Best Production, Best Scenic Design, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and All Star Actor and the Southeastern Theatre Conference Community Theatre Festival winner and actor John McCustion received an Outstanding Achievement in Acting award. Tickets for the show are $20 and a bar will be provided. This production contains language and discussions that are brutally honest but very funny. For more information or to purchase tickets call the TCT office at 844-1935 or visit www.tct.ms. .

Lyric Krewe Meet and Greet

The Lyric Krewe, there sovaldi Tupelo Community Theatre’s support organization, illness will hold a Meet and Greet from 5:00-6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 16 at TCT Off Broadway at 213 East Franklin. Light food and drinks will be served. The Krewe will present their 12th Annual Street Fiesta, Music, Monet, and Margaritas, on June 13th on Broadway in front of the Lyric Theatre. For more information contact the TCT office at 844-1935 or visit www.tct.ms.

TCT Wins SETC

\n\nTupelo Community Theatre was presented the 2015 Outstanding Production award for Lone Star at the Southeastern Theatre Conference Community Theatre Festival in Chattanooga, viagra order purchase TN.  Actor John McCustion was presented an Outstanding Achievement in Acting award for his portrayal of Ray in the show.  Jamie Fair as Roy and Nathan Taylor as Cletus complete the cast.  The show received the Spirit of the Road award given by the host theatre’s production staff for TCT’s professionalism.   This was the second year in a row TCT won the festival taking home the top honor for The Santaland Diaries in 2014 in Mobile.  Both productions were produced at the groups newest venue, buy nurse remedy TCT Off Broadway Theatre.\n\nJason West was the original director of Lone Star.  Tom Booth and Lynn Nelson served as festival directors, site prostate with Tracie Maxey Conwill as assistant director/stage manager. Suzanne Oakley and the cast designed costumes and Bronwyn Teague served as sound and light designer.  TCT is one of 12 theatre groups from across the United States that will compete in June in Grand Rapids, MI at the American Association of Community Theatre AACTFEST 2015.