Community Theater

My husband got season tickets to our community theater. This last Sunday was Little Shop of Horrors. It was well done, particularly for such a small theater with a small budget.

The acting and singing were good. Some of the props weren’t as good as you’d find on Broadway Across America theaters, but that wasn’t the expectation.

One of the enjoyable surprises was overhearing the producer talking to friends in the community about the prop decisions and who made what. And I thought was an excellent bonus to the production and made the afternoon particularly fun.

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