Vicksburg Theatre Guild
2010-2011 Season

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2010-2011 Season Brochure

Presenting Our 2010-2011 Season...
75th-Season Press Release
We regret that An English Heaven & Is There Honey Still? was cancelled.  Press release
We were unable to cast First Night.

Catfish Moon

Tuesdays with Morrie

by Laddy Sartin
a comedy directed by Ian Tubman

by Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom
a one-act drama directed by Ian Tubman

Three middle-aged men, inseparable as adolescents, open a “can of worms” as they take a fishing trip under the Catfish Moon.

Mitch learns the value of life from Morrie, his favorite professor, who is dying from ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.

Auditions: July 17, 19, 22, & 24, 2010

Auditions: October 2 & 4, 2010

Shows: September 17-19 & 24-26, 2010

Shows: December 3-5 & 10-12, 2010
and at the MTA Community Theatre Festival in Meridian, January 15, 2011

I Remember Mama

Gold in the Hills 2011

by John van Druten,
adapted from Kathryn Forbes' book Mama's Bank Account
a comedy directed by Roy Bailey

an 1890s melodrama by J. Frank Davis
produced by Mike Calnan & Walter Johnston

Mama is the glue holding her precocious family together in 1910 San Francisco. Her compassion and wisdom prevail through illness, poverty, romance, life-changing decisions of her children and sisters, and the arrival of her intimidating Uncle Chris with his mysterious female companion.

Gold in the Hills, the Guinness Book of World Records longest-running show, has played since 1936. Set in the 1890s, it has a relentless hero, a winsome heroine, a ruthless villain, and the wilder side of city life in the infamous New York Bowery.

Auditions: December 6-7 & 12, 2010

Auditions: January 29, 31; May 30, 31, 2011

Shows: February 18-20 & 25-27, 2011

Shows: March 11-12, 18-19, 25-26;
July 8-9, 15-16, 22-23, 29-30, 2011

The Second-Annual
10-Minute Play Project

Fast Food

a comedy by Richard Van Den Akker
directed by John Hesselberg

There will only be one opportunity to see these original works, written and rehearsed in a 24-hour period by the area's best talent.

Fast Food is set in the Green Room during the performance of a play titled “Fast Food,” providing a glimpse of events usually not seen by the audience. The cast and crew stumble their way through a performance while dealing with hyperactive children, missing props, forgotten lines, and backstage romance.

Cast Selection: April 8, 2011

Auditions: January 21, 22, & 30, 2011

Preparation: April 8-9, 2011
Shows: April 9, 2011

Shows: April 29-30, May 1 & 6-8, 2011


Fairy Tale Theatre 2011

by Mark Leiren-Young
featuring M. Brady McKellar

youth theatre produced by Jo Beth Britt & Jodie Johnson

Shylock is an award-winning one-man play about a Jewish actor who finds himself condemned by his own community for his portrayal of Shakespeare's notorious Jew in The Merchant of Venice.

Fairy Tale Theatre is open to actors and actresses ages seven through eighteen. Children gain experience in theatre skills such as acting, learning lines, costumes, set construction, and backstage tech.


Auditions: April 16-17, 2011

Shows: June 4 & 5, 2011

Shows: June 23-26, 2011


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