Have you heard the one about two actors and a director walking into a theater? Thanks to funding from the Polk County Community Foundation’s (PCCF) Unrestricted Grant, the set for the next production of Tryon Little Theater (TLT) The Lapin Agile, is being constructed with recently purchased power and hand tools from Henson Building Supply. “TLT is grateful for this grant that will help our volunteers of all ages continue to be able to build quality sets for years to come,” TLT president Jody McPherson said. Pictured above working on the set are cast members Lou Buttino (left), Lavin Cuddihee (center) and director Richard Sharky (right). The comedy, for mature audiences, was written by entertainer Steve Martin and will open at TLT’s Workshop on April 18. Call the theater for more information at 828-859-2466. (photo submitted by John Calure)
Have you heard the one about two actors and a director walking into a theater? Thanks to funding from the Polk County Community Foundation’s (PCCF) Unrestricted Grant, the set for the next production of Tryon Little Theater (TLT) The Lapin Agile, is being constructed with recently purchased power and hand tools from Henson Building Supply. “TLT is grateful for this grant that will help our volunteers of all ages continue to be able to build quality sets for years to come,” TLT president Jody McPherson said. Pictured above working on the set are cast members Lou Buttino (left), Lavin Cuddihee (center) and director Richard Sharky (right). The comedy, for mature audiences, was written by entertainer Steve Martin and will open at TLT’s Workshop on April 18. Call the theater for more information at 828-859-2466. (photo submitted by John Calure)

TLT purchases toolset from PCCF grant

Published 9:21am Friday, April 5, 2013

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