Special Events

Grant Freeman

GRANT FREEMAN – LIVE AT PORT ARTHUR LITTLE THEATRE

When: October 22. 2:30pm and 7:30pm Tickets $12

Side-splitting comedy and mind-blowing magic are brought into the spotlight as Grant Freeman brings his unique show to Port Arthur Little Theatre!

The worst image Houston-native magician Grant Freeman can conjure in his mind is the cheesy magician making flagrantly-colored handkerchiefs spew out of bright wooden boxes, stuffing rabbits into hats, and torturing innocent women for no apparent reason. Grant has strived in his extensive work as a magician to create modern and out-of-the-colored-box performances that propel the ancient art of conjuring into the new millennium.

Show Tickets may be purchased online by clicking here, or by calling 727-PALT

6th Annual 2016 CELT Kids Interactive Theatre Camp

Who: 5 year olds to 15 year olds
What: A fun filled introduction and learning experience about Theatre
When: June 13-24, 2016
(Camp runs M-F 9 a.m. to Noon with performance on June 25)
Where: Port Arthur Little Theatre
Cost: $100 for each child for the entire camp

  • Included in the cost will be all supplies, t-shirt, 2 complimentary show tickets, and a daily snack
  • Each student will attend 3 workshops daily
  • Our camp teaches acting, set construction, lighting and sound, prop making, and hair and makeup
  • Please download the form below for registration.
  • Payment can be mailed or made online.
  • If you should have any questions please feel free to contact Debbie Pletcher.

Registration Fee and Show Tickets may be purchased online by clicking here, or by calling 727-PALT.

Registration Form– Complete and follow instructions on form

Push

PUSH

Performed by: The Junior Board
Directed by Rhiannon Pletcher
When: July 1-3, 2016
Cost: $10 (Not included in memberships)

What would it take to push your child over the edge? Eve, a 16 year-old girl, has fallen asleep in the darkend, dingy corner of a deserted subway station, not far from the platform edge where Billy, her 18 year-old brother, chose to leave this world, and where she’ll soon struggle to find the reasons not to follow him. This play address bullying, and to help teach tolerance, acceptance and understanding.

If Dreams could fly, It would be here