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Director Genna West announced the cast for “And Then There Were None” which will open on Sept 27, 2019. She also would like to extend, “a huge thank you to everyone who auditioned! I had the best kind of casting problem a director can have. I had more wonderful people than I had roles to fill! Thank you all!”

Cast list:

Rogers – Daniel Baker
Mrs. Rogers – Jana Kaye Peters
Fred Narracott – Clint Tirey
Vera Claythorne – Carrie Owens
Philip Lombard – Donny Voorhies
Anthony Marston – Aden Morris
William Blore – Corey Reynolds
General Mackenzie – Lee Cuba
Emily Brent – Sophie Perry
Sir Lawrence Wargrave – Aaron Baker
Dr. Armstrong – Tom Taylor
Voice of Mr. U. N. Owen – Ray Robison

Congratulations to the cast, and please watch for tickets to go on sale, or order season memberships now at ltb.org!

2019 Summer Drama Camps

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Registration for DRAMA CAMP and HIGH SCHOOL TEEN CAMP is now open! We are thrilled to have both of these programs supported by a grant from the Lawrence County Community Foundation!

To register for teen camp, follow this link to the google form, which will allow you to register digitally (please note that auditions are NOT required to attend camp, but are only being held the first day to determine what role each student will play in the Friday performance): https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSeiXwSOt_YFJ5VEcT…/viewform

To register for drama camp, follow this link to a google doc, which can be printed and mailed in for registration: https://docs.google.com/…/1OUSXrpLJVidjgERMeZXVPu_zQ5…/edit…

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2018 Drama Camp Registration

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Drama Camp is June 4-8, 2018


Cost $100

Download, complete, and mail the form. 

Then, pay by check or online here.


Please mail form and payment if necessary to:

Little Theatre of Bedford Drama Camp

P.O. Box 142

Bedford, IN  47421

Production proposals now being accepted for 2018-19 season

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The Little Theatre of Bedford Board of Directors is now accepting production proposals from prospective directors for its 2018-19 season.

All prospective directors must have previously served as an assistant director for an LTB production or as a director of an LTB production.

Directors should have three productions to propose.  The board will make selections from these choices for the next season.  Prospective directors will also be interviewed by the board.

Proposals are being accepted until April 30, 2018


To download a copy of the form click here.

It’s a Wonderful Life Program

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Program from Star Station.  Courtesy Star Station- Bedford North Lawrence High School

Auditions Announced for “Dixie Swim Club”

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Auditions for “The Dixie Swim Club,” Little Theatre of Bedford’s third production of the 2017-1018 season, are as follows:

 Director is Penny May

 December 4th from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.  In the  lobby of Little Theatre (1704 Brian Way Lane)

December 11th from 6 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.  – In the lobby of Little Theatre (1704 Brian Way Lane)

December 12 Call backs if necessary – time to TBA

 Auditions open to adult women – five parts available – play features women aging over time – so auditions are not restricted to a certain age group.

 Read-Thru will be Monday December 18th – Scripts and Rehearsal schedule to be handed out at this meeting.

First Rehearsal is on January 4th  at 6:30 p.m.

 Performance Dates:  Feb 23,24,25 – then Mar 2,3

Ushers needed for “Sleuth”

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We are looking for a few people each night at be ushers at our production of “Sleuth.”  Duties would include handing out programs and showing guests to their seats.  Ushers do not need to stay for the entire show, but should arrive at the theater 40 minutes prior to curtain.  That would be 6:50 on evening performances and 1:20 on the Sunday matinee on October 8.

If you are attending a performance, you should be finished with your job in time to get to your seat prior to curtain.

To register as an usher, please complete one of the forms below for the date you would like to usher.  If all spots are filled, the form will not accept any more registrations.

Friday, September 29

Saturday, September 30

Friday, October 6

Saturday, October 7

Sunday, October 8

“The Philadelphia Story” Cast Announced

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Cast List

The Philadelphia Story

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Darla, Darling of the Stage

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Darla, darling of stage
by Bob Bridge (Times-Mail, Bedford)
Reprint courtesy and with permission of Bob Bridge and Times-Mail
Rachel Fishback, director of Little Theatre of Bedford‘s upcoming production of “The Miracle Worker,” is billing one of her cast members as an individual who has “risen from Death Row to center stage.”
Powerful stuff, huh?
When Rachel speaks, I listen. Viewing her as the Wicked Witch of the West in a performance of “The Wizard of Oz” left me both inspired and … embarrassingly intimidated.
Rachel is excited about “The Miracle Worker” for a number of reasons. Her daughter, Katie, is portraying Helen Keller while Wendy Miller is playing Annie Sullivan.
But the thespian meriting the most thunderous acclaim thus far is Darla Miller, Wendy’s rescued pit bull. Darla portrays Helen’s dog, Belle.
Rachel seriously contemplated omitting Belle’s brief scene from the production.
“Working with animals can be very difficult and adds an element of stress for this first-time director,” she explained. “But after meeting Darla at Wendy’s home, I decided to cast her as Helen’s dog.”
She was drawn to Darla’s demeanor.
“She was so gentle and calm with a house full of strangers, which included several small children,” Rachel recalled. “Wendy was confident Darla was up for the part and the audience.”
Thus, a star was born.
Wendy rescued Darla in 2013.
“She was discovered tied up behind a house in southern Indiana,” Wendy explained. “Her owners had left, and she had been abandoned.”
The dog was in dire shape. She was missing fur and had developed a skin condition.
Darla was taken to a shelter and was placed on the list of animals to be euthanized.
“She was put on this list not because of anything she did, but because of how she looked,” Wendy explained. “She was a large pit bull with a huge head and a skin condition. She was also dark brown, and dark brown and black dogs are less likely to be adopted. She was not likely to catch the eye of a prospective adopter, and space needed to be made for other dogs.”
However, Davida Miller, a staff member at the shelter and an active participant in a rescue group, took an interest in the pit bull. She fed her high quality chow that effectively cleared her coat. Davida worked tirelessly to make certain Darla would not be destroyed.
Wendy and her husband Tim adopted Darla and Wendy now serves as a board member with Fat Heads Rescue. She partners with Davida to save other pit bulls.
Wendy claims Darla is cherishing her moment in the spotlight.
“She loves coming to the theatre, mostly because of all the attention she gets,” Wendy explained. “She’s not nervous at all on stage, and she flawlessly portrays the character of a loving dog. After all, that’s all pit bulls are — dogs.”
To learn more about Fat Heads Rescue, you can visit www.fatheads.org, or check out the organization on Facebook.

“The Miracle Worker” is slated for Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, 7 and 8 at 7:30 p.m. The final show is Oct. 9 with the curtain rising at 2 p.m. You can purchase tickets by calling (812) 279-3009 or via the web at www.ltb.org.
It’s customary to bestow leading ladies with floral bouquets following the final performance. In this particular case, Snausages and Beggin Strips probably will be preferable.
Savor the spotlight, Darla. Fame is fleeting.
Contact Columnist Bob Bridge at (812) 277-7282 or bob@tmnews.com.

Auditions Announced for “The Curious Savage”

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Little Theatre of Bedford is pleased to announce auditions for its production of “The Curious Savage,” the final production of the 2015-16 season.  Auditions will be held at the theatre at 1704 Brian Lane Way on Monday and Tuesday March 7 and 8 at 7:00 p.m. The cast of eleven calls for 6 females and 5 males, aged 16 and older. Most parts are for adults aged 25-50, with a few roles that could be made slightly younger or older.  Those auditioning should need only attend one evening, according to the play’s director Josh Landers.


The play, set in the 1950s,  tells the story of the widowed Mrs. Ethel Savage, and her attempt to keep her deceased husband’s money from her greedy children. In doing so, she finds herself placed in a sanatorium where she meets a cast of characters who at first glance might seem crazy, but are eventually revealed to be the fools of good heart.


“The Curious Savage” will be presented at Bedford Little Theatre for five performances on May 6, 7, 13, 14, 15, 2016.  For more information you can email ltbboxoffice@gmail.com or call the ltb box office at 812-279-3009.