The Clemson Little Theatre

Begun   in   1931,   The   Clemson   Little   Theatre   is   one   of   the   oldest   community   theatres   in   South Carolina.   Originally   started   by   friends   of   Clemson   University,   many   of   its   early   productions (even   into   the   1960s)   were   performed   in   buildings   on   and   around   campus.   Since   1992   CLT has   made   its   home   in   its   own   theatre,   the   Pendleton   Playhouse   in   lovely   and   historic Pendleton, SC. Next on stage: Annie, jr. Musical Production Presented by special arrangement with Music Theatre International Directed by Latoya Young With   equal   measures   of   pluck   and   positivity,   little   orphan   Annie   charms   everyone’s   hearts despite   a   next-to-nothing   start   in   1930s   New   York   City.   Annie   is   determined   to   find   the parents   who   abandoned   her   years   ago   on   the   doorstep   of   an   orphanage   run   by   the   cruel Miss   Hannigan.   Annie   eventually   foils   Miss   Hannigan’s   evil   machinations,   finding   a   new home   and   family   in   billionaire   Oliver   Warbucks,   his   personal   secretary,   Grace   Farrell,   and   a lovable   mutt   named   Sandy.   It   may   be   a   “Hard   Knock   Life”   but Annie   will   never   stop   believing in “Tomorrow.” Performances: October 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29,  2017 Ticket prices for this youth musical: Adult $15, college student $7, youth $5        CAYT Shows are for actors aged 10 to 18 (5 th  to 12 th  grades) Miracle on 34th Street Based on the Twentieth Century Fox motion picture Directed by Sybil Todd A   Christmas   Classic.   The   holiday   season   is   in   full   swing   when   a   cultured   gentleman   with twinkling   eyes,   an   ample   belly,   and   a   snowy   beard   is   hired   as   Macy’s   department   store Santa.   He   claims   his   name   is   Kris   Kringle,   and   soon   fills   everyone   with   Christmas   spirit   - except   for   his   boss,   Doris   Walker,   who’s   raising   her   daughter   Susan   to   not   believe   in   Santa. But   when   Kris   is   declared   insane   and   put   on   trial,   everyone’s   faith   is   put   to   the   test   as   old and young alike face the age old question: Do you believe in Santa Claus? Performances: December 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10,  2017 CLT on Facebook
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