This “rags to riches” story is a tale about Eliza Doolittle, who is discovered by Professor Henry Higgins, who wagers a collegue that he can turn Eliza into “a lady” simply by altering her speech & dressing her accordingly.
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Sponsored by Bob and Pat Henderson to raise awareness for Take Stock in Children, Mary Poppins takes the main stage at Amelia Community Theatre.
Amelia Community Theatre’s Summer Camps fill up quickly! Registration opens April 1, 2016 – ages seven to 17 are welcome to attend.
Directed by Arlene Filkoff, this show, now playing at Amelia Musical Playhouse, is vintage Monty Python and is a fun view of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
Modern musical, Ordinary Days, is coming to Amelia Community Theatre for four performances on the Studio 209 stage.
The musical has since developed a cult following and was also adapted into a movie. Prop bags will be sold so the audience can become part of the fun!
Amelia Island Book Festival and Fernandina Little Theatre partner to bring First Annual Murder Mystery Dinner to support Authors in Schools literacy program.
Playwright Frederick Knott uses a clever reverse plot structure, so the audience knows from the beginning what three con men are after.
There will be workshops on preparing for auditions, stage make-up, scene work, and more, with ample adult supervision.
In a series of vignettes, this modern musical comedy presents the American mating game, beginning with dating, and moving on to marriage, in-laws, and children.
Nassau Community Players and the Nassau County School Board present, The Music Man, for ONE more weekend ONLY!
FLT’s cast includes Buffy Wells, Frank O’Donnell, Stephen France, Janet Cote-Merow, Rebecca Brown and Karen Antworth; the production is directed by Amelia Hart.
In the opening scene, two Supreme Beings plan the beginning of the world with the relish of two slightly sadistic suburban wives decorating a living room…
Max is a German Jew operating a San Francisco gallery. His friend, Martin, returns to Germany; he is an Aryan. The two write letters until one is returned, “Address Unknown”.
Amelia Musical Playhouse, Amelia Island’s newest theatre, has brought back Laugh-In Revue, the sold out show from last fall.