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MASQUERADE BALL

MASQUERADE BALL OCTOBER 25-26, 2019 7:00-10:00pm Costumes and Masks are a must – and are required! Dress creatively for this formal fantasy event The Ball will be held on the JLT stage with Halloween-themed music. Come enjoy an evening of … Continue reading

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XANADU – SEPTEMBER 25-29, 2019

DON’T MISS THIS HIGH-ENERGY MUSICAL              opening Wednesday, Sep. 25      Co-directed by Bill Perry & James Boone Greek muses fill the stage.          A Roller-Skating Disco is staged.                 Great music and dancing. Tickets are available by clicking the … Continue reading

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XANADU AUDITIONS

AUDITIONS MONDAY & TUESDAY JULY 29 & 30 – 7:00PM AT JLT Directed by James Boone XANADU follows the journey of a magical, beautiful Greek muse, Kira, who descends from the heavens of Mt. Olympus to Venice Beach, CA in … Continue reading

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!!IT’S COMPLETED!!

The work on our stage is finished!!  All new rigging, fly system – even to new curtains courtesy of Angel Guild.  We are in the process of moving everything from the trailers, outside the loading door, back into the backstage … Continue reading

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GOING ON AT JLT

A lot of activity going on at JLT through December and January.  It became necessary, for the safety of all concerned working onstage at JLT, that the entire rigging system be replaced.  This project has been in the works for … Continue reading

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It’s the day of the show, ya’ll

Being a part of community is something that we all are, whether we know it or not. And for 76 years now the 4-State community has supported the ongoing efforts of Joplin Little Theatre. Our 75th season was a roaring … Continue reading

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