The registration period for this summer's camp workshop and production
The 56th Season’s
April 23rd - 24th
IS OPEN NOW and continues until the max of
100 campers is reached. Our camp always fills quickly, so register early to avoid
the dreaded "sorry, but we'll full." Registration this year is online -
click here for online registration page
Everyone registered will be in the production, but director Katelyn Bryant will hold auditions for most of the
leading roles on April 23rd - 24th, and some supporting roles will be cast the first day of camp.
Auditions for speaking roles are open only for registered students.
The students will attend eleven days of workshops and performances running May 25th - June 4th. The first eight
days of workshops and rehearsals are in the afternoons from 1PM to 5PM (including over all of Memorial Day weekend.)
And then performances are the weekend of June 1st - 2nd at 7:30PM, June 3rd at both 4PM and 7:30PM and on June 4th at 2PM.
If you have any problems with the online registration or have any questions, drop a line to
We'll open our 57th season this coming summer with a return of one of our biggest hits ever!
We first presented JOSEPH AND THE TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT back
in 1995 and then revived it in 2009 with both productions selling out to full houses.
The 57th Season
June 5-6 at 7pm
Long-time LLT alumni Wess Hughes will be back once again to direct this spectacular musical,
and Jonathan McKenzie will also be returning for his third run in the title role of 'Joseph'
Auditions for all other parts will be held at our downtown Arabian Theatre on June 5-6 at 7pm, and
rehearsals will run three nights a week in June and four nights a week in July.
The production will feature a huge cast of 30 adults (with high school and college ages included
in the adult roles) and 30 students (of elementary and junior high ages).
Shane Cockrell will be the musical director and Laura Cooley will be the assistant director.
No preparation is necessary – just come on down and read from the script with everyone else.
Any questions about auditions can be mailed to
Our auditions are usually very laid back and you don't really need to prepare
anything. Just come on down and we'll have a simple form you fill in with contact
info. Auditioning could be a very scary thing, but we try to keep it as easy-breezy
as we can so that newcomers will come join in with us on our productions.
For play auditions, the show director will have everyone read some scenes, but
you don't have to show up with any memorized piece to audition with.
For musical auditions, you can sing anything you'd like or we'll just
teach everyone a short song to sing together. If you bring sheet music,
we'll have an accompanist to play for you. You can prepare a song or just
sing 'Happy Birthday' or the National Anthem or an old hymn or you can wait
and learn a group song with everyone else.