St. Marys Little Theatre
Our mission is to enrich lives and enhance the cultural composition of the arts in Camden County, Georgia, through community participation in theater education, live performances, workshops, and other outreach programs associated with theater arts.
THE GIVING TREE 23
The generosity of just 23 individuals and/or organizations will be honored forever in the lobby of Theatre by the Trax on a special golden tree display. Imagine the thousands of people through the years acknowledging your contribution to our community. The Giving Tree 23 funds will be used to purchase an air conditioning system so that we can have year-round theatre for our community. The system is $23,000, so each Giving Tree Member will make a $1,000 tax deductible donation. (FREE ADMISSION TO ALL SMLT PRODUCTIONS FOR ONE YEAR INCLUDED)
Call Barbara Ryan 912-729-1103 for more information.
DEDICATE A CHAIR IN THE HONOR OR MEMORY OF SOMEONE SPECIAL!
Show your love for someone who is special in your life by dedicating a chair through St. Marys Little Theatre. We have our new chairs in place at Theatre by the Trax (thanks to Kings Bay Chapel), and will be posting brass-style plaques on the back of each chair bearing the name of someone who is to be honored. This would make a great gift for parents, husband, wife, children, sweethearts—or a special friend. It would also be a nice gesture to commemorate someone who has gone before you who you’d like to honor and whose memory you would like to keep alive. Chair sponsorships are $100 each. All you need to do is make check payable to St. Marys Little Theatre and mail to St. Marys Little Theatre Board Member Joyce Bason at 128 Chelsea Place, St. Marys, GA 31558, and include the desired inscription.
In Honor Of (or) In Memory Of
By (your name)
Be sure and give us your email address and phone number so we can let you know when your plaque has been installed. You may email Joyce at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 912-882-2156 if you have questions. Thank you so much for considering this warm tribute for someone special and at the same time supporting cultural arts in our community.
St. Marys Little Theatre is a nonprofit 501c3 organization, and donations are tax deductible.
We would love to have you on our membership team. Click on "About Us" for membership opportunities.
Where are you Christmas?
River of Life
'Twas the Night Before Christmas
Man of La Mancha
St. Marys Little Theatre’s premiere production, Man of La Mancha, has come and gone, left an indelible mark on our community.
For four nights and one matinee performance, 140 people from all walks of life and all ages shared this memorable experience.
They gasped as the chained staircase was lowered from above and fog shrouded a formidable inquisition captain. They chuckled as the dancing horses tapped their way across the stage, pulling Don Quixote and Sancho into their quest. Couples sought each other’s hands as Don Quixote declared his love for the ethereal Dulcinea and sighed when the Padre sang “To Each his Dulcinea.” When the fight scene broke out, they cheered the underdogs and applauded loudly upon their victory. And together they struggled to hold back tears (few succeeded) as Don Quixote and Sancho climbed the dungeon staircase while the entire cast bid them goodby with a rousing tribute of “Impossible Dream.”
Every performance was rewarded with a standing ovation—much deserved by a cast who put their whole hearts into months of preparation.
RIVER OF LIFE took us all on a journey that began in Coastal Georgia more than 2,000 years ago. Through song and dance, audiences experienced the richness of our Low Country history and learned the secrets of our past.
THE FANTASTICKS was the longest playing Broadway show in history and the St. Marys Little Theatre cast helped people understand why. Audiences delighted in the antics of quirky characters and thrilled to the memorable songs that stayed in the their heads for days.
SMLT CHRISTMAS SHOWS are nothing short of magical. Each year, a new message is planted indelibly in the hearts of audiences of all ages.
COLORBLIND opened the hearts and minds of many as the struggles of a people melded into the hopes of a nation. People were stunned by the local talent and inspired by the universal message.