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The August 23 Launch meeting agenda lays the groundwork of what is required of a School Tour VI participant. The basic requirements for participation are a willingness to master simple readers’ theatre group performance skills and a solid commitment of attendance to the troupe’s rehearsal and performance schedule. Rehearsals will be held at the Tellico Community Playhouse and will run from 10:00 AM until 12 noon beginning Wednesday, August 24. Nine additional rehearsals are scheduled. Performances will be scheduled at the schools during the weekdays beginning Wednesday, September 14, and run through Friday, September 23.
The 2016 School Tour, entitled “Waldo the World Traveler,” features various types of literature by artists of all seven continents. As in years past, the theme-oriented programs are composed of both prose and poetry that the adult performers interpret in their own special way for the student audience. The 2016 program includes “Love and Roast Chicken,” The Blind Men and the Elephant,” “The Barking Mouse,” “Antarctic Poems,” “The Knee-High Man,” and other unique pieces.
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It is with great pleasure that the Tellico Community Players announce the cast for the upcoming production of Camping with Henry and Tom
by playwright Mark St. Germain.
Henry Ford------John Cherry
President Warren G. Harding-----Steve Mayberry
Thomas Alva Edison-----Vern Russell
Colonel Edmund Starling----Russ Rinehart
Camping with Henry and Tom is the perfect play for this political season. The parallels between our current political scene and those of St. Germain's 1921 America are incredible!
After nearly a century, it just goes to show that the more things change, the more they stay the same!
Production dates are October 13-15 and 20-23 in the Patricia Smith Theater at the Tellico Community Playhouse.