2019 - 2020
SWAMPLIGHT'S TAPAS CABARET!
February 7, 10, 14, 15, 2020. Showtimes at 7:00pm
A musical extravaganza of talent sure to entertain you! (Singing, Dancing and Comedy!)
What is a *Topas Cabaret you may ask?
Well... If you like your jazz hot and your gin slow, this is a night for you!
Look no further! It’s a grown-up’s night out at Swamplight Theatre! Cabaret style entertainment, with full service (dinner theatre) style seating and a *tapas menu.
Join us as we transform Swamplight Theatre into a glorious Night Club Cabaret, complete with candle lit tables, a beautiful wait-staff to cater to your every whim, a delicious variety of *Tapas (hors d’oeuvres) served to you at your tables ....and entertainment that will knock your socks off!
SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN
March 13th, 14th, 20th, 21st, 27th, & 28th @ 7:30
29th @ 2:30
Set in the 1930s, this musical tale introduces the singing Sanders family, who perform their traditional and bluegrass gospel songs for the members of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Mount Pleasant, NC. Pastor Oglethorpe welcomes the family to the church, where their individual stories and beliefs are shared during the concert. The audience serves as the members of the congregation.
May 22, 23, 29, 30 at 7:30pm
24 & 31 at 2:30pm
The Vietnam War is a wound in our nation that has been allowed to heal uncleaned. The surface is smooth but the infection rages on inside. TRACERS is not a play about the war. It is about the soldiers, the grunts, the men who fought there. It represents the experiences shared by the men. It is the indomitable human spirit. In April of 1980, John Di Fisco organized a group of Vietnam Veterans, and through a series of workshops, improvs and rap sessions this script was born. This Spring The Kay Butler Performing Arts project takes on the enormous task of telling the story of the Vietnam Veterans. This show is dedicated to the 59,000 soldiers the died in the war and all those that have been effected by it since.
WARNING: TRACERS : contains scenes of violence and harsh language which may not be suitable for some audience members.