LES MISÉRABLES sweeps its audience through an epic tale of broken dreams, passion, and redemption, against the backdrop of 19th century France in the grip of revolution.
Shows: Aug 8-10 & 15-17, 2014
Tickets available at the Box Office the day of the show, and on the web site at http://www.showclix.com/events/10243
Members may notify us when they plan to attend by completing the Attendance Notification Form at http://vicksburgtheatreguild.com/documents/membership/notice.htm
Shows: Jan. 30 - Feb. 1 & Feb. 6-8, 2015, Fri & Sat. at 7:30 p.m., Sun. at 2 p.m.
Oliver! is the uplifting musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ beloved novel Oliver Twist. Set in 19th-century England, it follows the the adventures of the spunky orphan Oliver as he navigates orphan workhouses, manipulative undertakers, child street gangs, and abduction to find loyalty, love, and, finally, a home. Audiences will leave with a medley of songs in their head.
Shows: Friday & Saturday, March 13, 14, 20, & 21, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 15 & 22, 2015 at 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: $15, $10 senior citizens (65 & over), $8 children (12 & under).
Hollywood meets the Mississippi Gulf coast. In a “Survivor-like” environment in Governor Robert Tubbman’s beach house on a private island seven miles off the Mississippi Gulf coast, a producer-director, screenwriter, publicist (who happens to be the producer-director’s wife and screenwriter’s former lover), and egomaniacal star actor form alliances to plot against each other, to the bewilderment of the local sheriff. Nothing is as it seems in this comedy-mystery, co-written by As the World Turns soap-opera star and Ole Miss graduate Anthony Herrera, who was born in Wiggins, Mississippi.
Shows: Nov. 7-9 & 14-16, 2014. The mild Uncle Daniel Ponder is one of the truly original characters of the modern American drama. Uncle Daniel is the most amiable man on earth, and no one can resist taking him and his habits to his heart. He buys everybody ice cream cones, invites them all to the big murder trial, and even welcomes the out-of-town prosecutor on arrival. He is so guileless that he does not realize until the climax of the trial that he is accused of the murder of the young, child-like girl whom he loved dearly and took as his bride for a three-month trial marriage.