It’s our 45th season On Stage in Elkin!
“WE’RE YOUR COMMUNITY THEATER”
The stage was transformed into Victorian England for 2013′s summer production of “Oliver!” Since 1969, the community theater group has been entertaining the area with musicals, comedies and dramas. This show marks the 87th production for the group and the third time they have done this title.
Directing are Leighanne Martin Wright, Freddy Casstevens (music) and Kim Arnold (choreography). In the cast are: Addison Blackwelder of State Road as Oliver, Tyler Zickmund of Mocksville as The Artful Dodger, David Nielsen of Elkin as Fagin, Jennifer Kleinheksel of State Road as Nancy, Morgan Harrison of Elkin as Bill Sykes, Will Parks of Hamptonville as Mr. Bumble, Christine Werner Booher of Elkin as Widow Corney, Scott Carpenter of Mount Airy as Mr. Sowerberry/Mr. Brownlow, Kitsey E. Burns of East Bend as Mrs. Sowerberry, Judy Deck as Mrs. Bedwin, Isabella Wyatt of Sparta as Bet, and rounding out the ensemble cast are Margaret Freeman, Henry Freeman, Emma Aldridge, Lucas Keller, Grace Harrison, Whitney Sprinkle, Katie Carter, Anna Taylor, Cassidy Transou, Claire Grider, Michael Jones, Christie Harrison, Mary Keller, Nicole Freeman, and Aspen Jackson, all of Elkin; Ella Kleinheksel, Neil Green, and Aaron Blackwelder of State Road; Gabriel Hammesfahr, Sandra Hammesfahr, of Boonville; Vicky Zickmund of Mocksville; and Bailey Atkins of Mount Airy.
The production will open on Friday, July 19 at 7:30 p.m. at Elkin High School’s Dixon Auditorium. Two other performances will be on Saturday, July 20 at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday, July 21 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets will be $10/$7 children under 12 and available at the door.
How does this magic happen? Practice, practice, practice! Like the video below:
January 2013′s production
“A Bad Year for Tomatoes” by John Patrick kicked off our 45th season Jan. 18-20 at Elkin First Baptist Church fellowship hall. It was great fun. Thanks to the cast — Kitsey Burns, Kirsten Nielsen, Sarah Moxley, Vicky Zickmund, Morgan Harrison, David Nielsen and Neil Green and director Leighanne Martin Wright — volunteer dessert servers —Suzanne & Bob Puckett, Debbie Carson & Chris Groner, Judy Deck, Vicki & Dan Whelan, Michelle Green, Eris & Cama Ball, Christie & Grace Harrison, Kim Arnold, Dottie & Aspen Jackson — set building help by Jim Jenkins — and everyone who came out to help us keep live theater alive in our community!
Annie Get Your Gun, July 2012
The Curious Savage, February, 2012
The Dixie Swim Club, February 2011
Annie, July 2010
On Golden Pond, April 2010