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: Driving Miss Daisy Written by Alfred Uhry Directed by Jimmy O. Burdette Daisy   Werthan,   a   widowed,   72-year-old   Jewish   woman   living   in midcentury   Atlanta,   is   deemed   too   old   to   drive.   Her   son   hires Hoke    Colburn,    an    African    American    man,    to    serve    as    her chauffeur.   What   begins   as   a   troubled   and   hostile   pairing,   soon blossoms     into     a     profound,     life-altering     friendship     that transcends all the societal boundaries placed between them.  Performances: April 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29,  2018 Friday & Saturday @ 8 PM; Sunday @ 3 PM   CLT’s 2018-2019  Season Keep on the Sunny Side Disney's Peter Pan Jr. A Seussified Christmas Carol Double Wide Texas The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Rated P for Parenthood

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