Natchez Little Theatre
Home of "A Natchez Christmas Carol," "Mississippi Medicine Show" & "Southern Exposure"
Come watch us "Trod the Boards" or audition for one of our productions and "Trod the Boards with us!"
Natchez Little Theatre is Mississippi's oldest community theatre and has been entertaining since 1932. The home of Southern Exposure and A Natchez Christmas Carol . NLT is celebrating 83 years of entertainment with audiences of 24,000 patrons from around the world annually attending over 100 performances throughout the year. During 2016, NLT will celebrate 84 years of entertainment and will transition into a calendar year season and with this new site in celebration of the 300th birthday of Natchez as the oldest settlement on the Mississippi River.
Then in February
Set in Rabun County, Georgia. Now - and before that. "Foxfire glows in the dark in the forests of Southern Appalachia; it's a lichen which lives on dead fallen trees. It is also the name of a magazine in which for more than a decade the young people of Appalachia have recorded the beliefs and personalities of their grandparents' generation; the last of the indomitable pioneers who carved out of unwelcoming mountain soil not only a living but a tough, joyous way of life which has almost vanished now."
Celebrating the Best of the Best of the 68th Season
A look back at the 68th Season and a sneak peek at what is to come in the 69th Season.
A Reception will begin at 6:00 p. m. with open bar and Hors d'oeuvres provided by area chefs and volunteers. There will be a silent auction with items provided by area businesses. The Awards ceremony will begin at 7:00 pm.
NLT's building fund has been depleted due to the theft of 3 central air conditioning units and the purchase of a new roof. Now wiring from the 1950's needs to be replaced. Please consider making a tax deductible donation to the building fund at our donations page.
Natchez Little Theatre - 319 Linton Ave. Natchez, MS 39120 - E-Mail : NatchezLT at cableone.net
Phone: 601-442-2233 Toll Free Phone: 1-877-440-2233
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