The Tony award–winning musical, Cabaret, offers an outstanding local Fernandina Beach cast. Tickets go on sale January 18th.
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Come Read or Listen to Poetry Out Loud at the Fernandina Little Theatre Friday Night, Jan. 14th
The Amelia Community Theatre Guild is holding their Second Annual Dinner of Dinners on Saturday, January 22, 2011 at 6:00 PM.
You are invited to star in an Evening of Improv at Fernandina Little Theatre.
Other local names in the cast include Alison Stewart, Janet Cote-Merow, Jeff Goldberg and Martha Garvin of West Nassau Repretory Theatre.
The Belle of Amherst is presented by the Amelia Coummunity Theatre Guild featuring Sinda Nichols and directed by Ron Kurz.
Christmas Entertainment is presented by the Amelia Community Theatre Guild and features Jill Dillingham and her Troupe.
Announcing auditions for 2×2, Two Plays by Two Authors at the Fernandina Little Theatre.
It’s 1952 in this comedy involving three love stories, a murder mystery, and a nuclear espionage plot unfolding in Boston Harbor.
A celebration of the life and writings of Emily Elizabeth Dickinson, featuring Sinda Nichols and directed by Ron Kurtz.
It’s 1952, and Joe McCarthy’s daughter has just become engaged to a Soviet spy in this comedy at Amelia Community Theatre.
If you haven’t made plans for this weekend, Thornton Wilder’s classic play, Our Town, is continuing at the Amelia Community Theatre.
The Mouth of Amelia invites you to a staged reading of J. M. Barrie’s comedy, “The Admirable Crichton.”
Amelia Community Theatre presents Thornton Wilder’s classic masterpiece and Pulitzer prize winning, Our Town.
J.M. Barrie’s humorous look at role reversals of servants and masters when a wealthy family is stranded on an uninhabited island.