Friday, July 22, 2016

Firehouse Players Ready For Coming Season

LABELLE, FL. -- The Firehouse Community Theatre season kicks off on October 28th with "Farce of Nature", a comedy about the crazy happenings at the finest little fishing lodge in the Ozarks. This play will win you over - hook, line and sinker. 

Then in December, get into the season with "Humbug", a Christmas Carol with a modern twist. If you ride by the Firehouse Theatre, you will see a kite in the oak tree. The kite, along with a big yellow sign is an exciting announcement of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" (The Musical). It will please audiences of all ages in January. 

At the end of February, get ready to laugh along with "Drinking Habits II" where the Sisters of the Perpetual Sewing are back for more high jinks. 

In March, you can put on your boots for "A Little Bit Country", a fun musical review of some of your favorite country songs. For the final production (not part of season tickets) the "Off-Bridge-Street Production" will present "On Golden Pond", a funny study of an elderly couple facing their twilight years.

Open try-outs will be on Saturday, August 6th at 10am at the Firehouse Theatre on Bridge Street in LaBelle.

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