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The Hallelujah Girls

2017 Summer Drama Camp

 The Stone in the Road - In this tale, the wise Queen Miriana conducts a test of her subjects in search of a new royal counselor. The test? Who will be kind enough to move a large boulder from the road. A host of wacky characters pass through the scene as the queen and her faithful servant, Barcarole, watch from a hiding place to see who will be unselfish. Between a barber and his assistant, a trio of burglars, a mother and her bratty children, and more fun characters, will anyone pass the queen's test? Join the queen and Barcarole as they discuss the importance of helping others and come to see how actions, not complaints, often get a job done.

 Complaint Department (& Lemonade) - People will complain about anything - not almost anything, but absolutely anything! In this rapid succession of hysterical grievances, the complaint department takes on everything from cookies to kleptomania and from songs stuck in the head to the price of cheese and on and on and on. Could there be a glimmer of hope for anyone in charge of a complaint department? Watch as each character not only airs their own grievances, but must also focus on someone else’s problem and assist them with their complaint - ultimately learning an important lesson of their own.

A Christmas Carol

 Dickens' classic tale will be brought to life again on our stage this Christmas season by veteran director Dr Stan Coe. With a cast of both veteran and new actors this show is sure to get you in the Christmas Spirit! Look for auditions in late Summer. Subscribe to our newsletter or follow us on Facebook to be notified.

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For over four decades, the Washington Little Theater has been entertaining audiences with quality dramatic,musical and operatic performances for people of all ages, making it one of the longest running community theaters in the state of Georgia.

In addition to a full schedule of traditional live theater productions, the Washington Little Theater also offers an annual Summer Drama Camp for children ages 8-18 in June, as well as a children's theater production geared towards local school children every September.

The theater also works closely with the Washington-Wilkes Arts Foundation and the Washington-Wilkes Historical Foundation to bring a variety of traveling shows, lectures, workshops and musical performances to the community throughout the year.

Summer Drama Camp

Summer Drama Camp 2017 Dates


Lessons: Performances:
Dates: June 5-9, 9am-3:30pm June 16th, 7:30pm
June 12-16, 9am-3:30pm June 17th, 7:30pm
Grades 3-6 at 9am-12 June 18th, 2:00pm
Grades 7-12 at 12:30-3:30pm

Quick form access: Registration - Scholarship For more info click here.


Vistors often refer to our small historic Southern town as something out of an old movie or a retro television show. References to the rural town of Andy Griffith's Mayberry, the dramatic landscapes of Gone With the Wind or the idyllic charm of Bedford Falls in It's a Wonderful Life, the City of Washington is a charming postcard town full of gorgeous old houses, tree lined streets and a quaint downtown square. 

Likewise, the Bolton Lunceford Playhouse sits proudly among the historic North Alexander School complex, which dates back to the 1890's. Originally, the Playhouse was the school gymnasium.  While public and private efforts are currently underway to rennovate the school buildings, the Bolton Lunceford Playhouse and the members of the Washington Little Theater Company continue to act as beacons for this educational complex.  

The Playhouse is located within a five block walk from Washington's downtown square. Unique shopping and dining experiences on the square, combined with a live theater production, make for a fun evening out! Occasionally the theater will team up with area businesses to offer special promotions and discounts. Be sure to check out the season calendar for a complete list of theater events. 

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