Firehouse Community Theatre Inc. announces 29th season

Posted 11/1/21

The Firehouse Community Theatre announces its 29th season.

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Firehouse Community Theatre Inc. announces 29th season

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LABELLE — The Firehouse Community Theatre is proud to announce its 29th season full of comedy, drama and music! The Season actually started with the summer youth play “An Enchanted Bookshop Christmas” and then rolled into a “pre-season” play called “Don’t Talk to the Actors.” The official 29th season kicked off with a comedy crime-drama, “Deathtrap.”

The holiday season ends the year 2021 with “'Twas the Night Before Christmas," a holiday comedy. The New Year, January, 2022, presents a romantic comedy, “2 Across.” The musical “Vanities” begins the second half of the season followed by the comedy “Queen of Bingo.” The final show of the season will end with a comedy, “Barefoot in the Park.”

It’s not too late to get your season tickets! Please support local actors and community theatre in the lovely LaBelle community!

Call the ticket hotline at 863-675-3066 and someone will call you back to confirm your seats!

Reminder: Friday and Saturday evening shows start at 7 p.m. and Sunday shows start at 2 p.m.

The Firehouse Community Theatre Inc. is located in beautiful downtown LaBelle at 241 N. Bridge St.

The Firehouse Community Theatre, Inc. thanks the community for their continued support!

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