April 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th – 7:00 p.m.
April 3rd, 10th – 2:00 p.m.
FUNNIER than the Movie!!!
This “rollicking and altogether endearing play” returns to Lamp-Lite after a first production in 1990 as a new show. Robert Harling, actor-turned playwright, wrote the play in ten days, saying “it was not so much written as remembered.” Harling had returned to his hometown, Natchitoches, LA, where he holed up and wrote the play after his sister’s death. The story takes place in Truvy’s Beauty Shop where the “Steel Magnolias” meet regularly to chat and gossip about men, marriage and the latest hairstyles, forming a tight-knit group of witty intelligent “comrades in arms”. Kim Cross Dolese, Pat Harris, Jody Ryan, Melissa DeVine, Tiffany Gauntt and Jessica Oswald play coveted roles in the show. Our first cast included Carrie Swann, Judith Stewart, Joan Smith, Wanda Key Schenk, Glenda White and Patty Rodewald.
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In the Nacogdoches Area purchase tickets in advance at:
The Convention and Visitors Bureau 936-564-7351
Glass Castle 936-560-3249
PATRONS OUTSIDE THE NACOGDOCHES AREA
RESERVE A TICKET BY:
OR EMAIL: LampLite@hughes.net
For accurate RESERVATIONS provide;
NAME (tickets will be held at the Box Office in this persons name)
Day & Date (of the performance you want to see)
Number of Tickets
Email or Telephone Number
Minors, Students = $8.00
Seniors (60 and over) = $12.00
All Others = $15.00
Students = $40.00
Seniors (60 and over) = $65.00
Regular = $80.00
The Box Office Accepts; Cash, Check, Season Pass, Visa and Master Card
(LOCATION) Lamp-Lite Theatre, 4210 Lamp-Lite Lane, P.O. Box 630446, 75963-0446
Lamp-Lite Theatre is located on the west side of Nacogdoches, Texas at the junction of US59 and Old Tyler Road (FM1638). You need to know that US59 is incorporated in the west portion of Loop 224 that surrounds Nacogdoches. Lamp-Lite Theatre is nestled in the trees at the very end of Lamp-Lite Lane. Lamp-Lite Lane intersects Old Tyler Road at the north east quadrant of the junction of US59 and Old Tyler Road. Lamp-Lite Lane is a short black top street that runs between the Grace Baptist Church on the left and a Texas State Forrest Service Compound on the right.