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Forty years of crowd-pleasing shows!

NFLT’s Fall Production: The Red Lamp — Thursday, November 24 & 25 at 7:00 pm — Sunday, November 27 at 1:30. Music by Leslie and Riley Merigian and Courtney Kane!
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The Red Lamp — In Rehearsal

Rehearsals are well underway for the North Frontenac Little Theatre November 24th, 25th and 27th production of The Red Lamp.  This play, first performed in Sharbot Lake Soldier’s Hall in the summer of 1922, was written by Hilliard Booth and revised by Jeff Siamon.  It was brought to our attention by Pam Giroux last year and is a perfect fit to be our first production in our new venue.
XXXThe Township of Central Frontenac has been very welcoming and helpful as we settle in.  We look forward to many years in this partnership.  NFLT is very happy to be getting back into live theatre after a 2 1/2-year hiatus.    We feel The Red Lamp is a good fit because as a one act play it will help us transition back into performances after the layoff and into the new hall with a smaller stage and different access points.
XXXWe are pairing our community theatre with local musicians.  Riley Merrigan will kick off our evening on Thursday Nov 24th at 7 PM (doors open at 6:30).  Following an intermission, The Red Lamp will begin at 8.  On Friday, Courtney Kane will open for us at 7PM, followed by The Red Lamp at 8.  Our Sunday matinee is opened by Leslie Merrigan at 1:30PM with The Red Lamp at 2:30.
XXXThe executive of NFLT are very excited to welcome some new actors for The Red Lamp!  Hope Andrew, a Sydenham high school student is taking a lead role.  Hope has some acting experience with Prince Charles school, Blue Canoe Theatre in Kingston, Bellrock Playhouse, Verona and has done the summer camp with NFLT.
XXXLeona Andrew, from Sydenham, and Hayden Hunt, a GREC drama club student, are both making their debuts in the Red Lamp.  We are impressed with their courage and hope they continue to be involved with NFLT.  Rudy Hollywood, John Steven, Martina Field and Mason Moore, NFLT regulars, return to hone their comedic chops.  NFLT’s newest Executive member Karen Steele has returned to the area and is taking a lead role as well.
XXXWe have a few new backstage stage members.  Izzy Desa, a Granite Ridge student who also is taking a theatre makeup course at St. Lawrence college is doing our makeup. Gord Sirrs is assisting Brian Robertson with sets.  Long-time NFLT regulars Linda Bush and Margo McCullough are handling props and stage managing.  Art Holloway is on the lights.  Sandy Robertson and Joan Hollywood are handling front of house. Jan Levitt is producing while Jeff Siamon is directing. 
We hope to see you there!


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Because of the uncertainty of COVID this spring, NFLT decided to produce another virtual, YouTube video drama. Rufus Blake, PI is a parody/homage of the Philip Marlowe detective radio plays of the 1940s and 50s. It now live on our YouTube channel. Below is a preview!

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© NFLT 2022 — Over Forty Years of Great Performances! Email Us!

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It has been over 40 wonderful years since we produced our first play, Alice in Wonderland. That was nearly 80 plays ago! Join us in our new home, the Oso Hall in Sharbot Lake.

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