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“Audience Dress Rehearsal” of “I Hate Hamlet” will be at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, October 30, 2014. This is a great way to see fabulous live theatre at the most family-friendly affordable price possible – just $5.00 per person! Reservations for “Audience Dress Rehearsal” are not possible and advance ticket purchases unnecessary. It is fine to arrive a little early to have time for visiting with friends and finding a great place to sit to enjoy the performance.
“Audience Dress Rehearsal” plays an important role at Lamp-Lite Theatre. This is the last rehearsal opportunity for cast and crew to sharpen their delivery, timing and procedures. Traditionally, the Thursday evening BEFORE OPENING NIGHT, Lamp-Lite Theatre opens its doors to the student population of the Nacogdoches Area. For $5.00 donation students, their friends and family are invited to attend a “sneak preview” the “audience dress rehearsal” of the upcoming production. Parents and guardians are invited to accompany their youngsters.
Celebrate the Halloween season with this romantic comedy which is also a hilarious Ghost Story. John Barrymore, a dashing actor famous for his portrayal of Hamlet (in the 1920s) comes back from the beyond to coach a nervous young TV actor slated to play the same part in New York’s Shakespeare in the Park. Barrymore coaches the young actor in the art of acting and the art of seducing a woman. The delightful comedy features fighting, séances, and romance – all with a comic twist. The cast includes Tiffany Gauntt, Justin Hughes, Tim Hogle, Bill Small, LaChanda Maxie and Sarah McMullan.
4210 Lamp-Lite Lane
P.O. Box 630446
Lamp-Lite Theatre is located on the west side of Nacogdoches, Texas at the junction of US 59 and Old Tyler Road (FM1638). You need to know that US 59 is incorporated in the west portion of Loop 224 that surrounds Nacogdoches. Lamp-Lite Theatre is nestled in the trees at the very end of Lamp-Lite Lane. Lamp-Lite Lane intersects Old Tyler Road at the north east quadrant of the junction of US59 and Old Tyler Road. Lamp-Lite Lane is a short black top street that runs between the Grace Baptist Church on the left and a Texas State Forrest Service Compound on the right.