Jul 302015

A-Higher-Place-in-HeavenJuly 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 2016

Friday & Saturday 7:30 PM
Sunday 2:30 PM

Drs. Thakkar Pavilion Open Seating

Sponsorship Available

The prequel to “Second Samuel” by Pamela Parker takes us to the front porch of New Hope plantation where we meet Miss Simpson and Miss Madison and their quintessential Southern friends. The front porch where they gather is host to a thought-provoking blend of sidesplitting comedy and heart-stirring drama.

Tickets $20 Adult $10 Youth.
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Jul 292015

Growing-UpOriginal show created and performed by the junior campers from the 2016 Summer Theatre Institute. This is a one week theatre intensive summer camp to help participants become cultured, well-spoken, stronger, confident, happy, vivacious, elegant, witty, cooperative, flexible, creative and outgoing.

Sponsored by Dental Care of Mid Florida.


Jul 282015

Steel Magnolias Highlands Little TheatreJune 3-19, 2016

Wednesday, Friday & Saturday evenings at 7:30 PM.
Sunday matinees at 2:30 PM.

Tickets: Cabaret $30, Mezzanine $25, Gallery $20. Youth 15 & under $10.

Sponsorship pending

Steel Magnolias is a comedy–drama play about the bond among a group of Southern women, written by Robert Harling, based on his experience with his sister’s death. The title suggests the “female characters are as delicate as magnolias but as tough as steel.” As the women make their ways over life’s many hurdles together, they find comfort (and a fair amount of verbal ribbing) in one another. Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc

Jul 272015

to kill a mockingbird highlands little theatreApril 1 – 17, 2016

Wednesday, Friday & Saturday evenings at 7:30 PM.
Sunday matinees at 2:30 PM.

Sponsored by THE NEWS SUN.

By Christopher Sergel. Based on the novel by Harper Lee. A compelling and timeless story told through the eyes of six year old Scout, the tomboyish daughter of small-town lawyer Atticus Finch. As a tense tug of war between justice and racism heats up, Atticus and his family must learn to temper violence and hatred with courage and compassion. Based on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel, To Kill a Mockingbird continues to inspire hope in the face of inequality. Produced by special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing, Inc.
Tickets: Cabaret $30, Mezzanine $25, Gallery $20. Youth 15 & under $10.