|Ben Weatherstaff||Scott Skiles|
|Colin Craven||Colin Oyer|
|Dickon Appleby||Carter Oyer|
|Lord Craven||Blayne Ballard|
|Martha Appleby||Kaitlin Oyer|
|Mary Lennox||Delaney Mullee|
|Nurse Grey||DeAnna Hargrove|
|Indian Voiceover||Venu Gopalakrishna-Remani|
|Lizbeth Ellen Appleby||Breeanna Skiles|
|Dr.Spencer||To be announced|
Liseth Hubbard, Joy Hartman-Robertson,
Rachael Dickson (also choreographer),
Samantha McDanel, and Jenna Parks
Lurae Stokes, Special Contributor
Renee Ambulose- Hannah Johnson
Arnie Saltzman - Sean Holiday
Carolyn/ Sue Cortez- Regina Money
Kate - Samantha McDanel
Dr. Koster- Ken Haygood
Kravitz/ EMT - Regi Fowler
Mark - Nick Buntin
Dottie- Daye Collins
Directed by Helaina Wilkerson
Producers - Sheri Rains, Amanda Spangler
Read stories about The Tyler Civic Theatre's production of Disney's The Little Mermaid.
Click here for the Tyler Morning Telegraph article.
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Click here for the Classic Rock 96.1 review ‘The Little Mermaid’ Rocks [Brian Rickman, reviewer]
Congratulations to the 2016 Jean Samford Scholarship winner Faith Wilkerson. Faith has been a dedicated TCTC volunteer on/off stage for many years. She is a 2016 graduate of Grace Community High School and will be attending Baylor University this fall.
She was presented her scholarship check by Jean Samford's daughters, Sunday Hooper and Sara Dean at the annual board meeting July 12. The board also named Jean Samford an Honorary Board Member posthumously during the annual meeting.
Pictured above: Sunday Hooper, Sara Dean, DeAnna Hargrove (TCTC Managing Director), Faith Wilkerson, Melanie Brumit (VP Education)
"I laughed till I cried!"
"Best Tuna so far"
"How do these guys do it?"
"Hey, I know these people."
Read John Baggett's review in eGuide magazine by clicking the title of this article
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Show runs through July 3rd.
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Elephant's Graveyard is the true tale of the tragic collision of a struggling circus and a tiny town in Tennessee, which resulted in the only known lynching of an elephant. [Click this article title for details.]
“Perfect Wedding” is a fantastic romp of a play.
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TCT invites audience to a less than 'Perfect Wedding'
Written by LURAE STOKES, Special Correspondent Tyler Morning Telegraph
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A rip-roaring season for all! Click this article title to see why!
"I ... couldn’t wait for the second act to start because I wanted to know more about these characters."
"[Its a show] ...that will stay with you long after you leave the parking lot, which is why I can’t help but give the show a strong recommendation. It’s funny, sad, and feels like we are peering in through the window at the lives of strangers."
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"A funny, moving, altogether wonderful drama. . . A heartening reminder that a keen focus on life's small moments can pay off in a big way onstage." - The New York Times
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Congratulations! Opens May 6th
Bill – Jeff Bullock
Tom – Jack Ragland
Rachel – Samantha McDanel
Judy – Brianna Wesson
Julie – Mary Creath
Daphne – Sandra Junek
Amanda Spangler - Director
By Kristen Chapman | firstname.lastname@example.org Published 02/29 2016 10:38AM Tyler, TX (FOX51)
Justin Purser, the Director of the upcoming performance, 'Charlotte's Web' at the Tyler Civic Theater, shares what to expect on the big day.
For many people, the story, “Charlotte’s Web,” is as much a staple of our childhoods as was “The Wizard of Oz.” Whether it’s the classic book by author E.B. White, the 1973 animated film, or the 2006 live action version, many a child and adult have been affected by this story in one way or another. Now, Tyler Civic Theatre is giving East Texans the opportunity to experience this classic as they tackle Joseph Robinette’s play about “some pig” named Wilbur and his stage adaptation of this iconic tale. .... (Click title to read the full review by By John Baggett )
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Opens January 8th!
The cast has been announced for Miracle on 34th street opening December 4th.