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CLT thespians take to boards again


Since 1933, the Comfort Little Theater has delighted audiences with homespun country humor - and this year will be no different!
CLT presents proof that "old dogs can't learn new tricks, but can get drunk trying" - or, "if jello shots can't fix it, it ain't broke!"
Doors at the Waring Volunteer Fire Department open for tickets sales at 6 pm with the performances beginning at Dark Thirty - for city slickers, that's about 7:30 pm. Show dates are Friday and Saturday, April 24 and 25 and May 1 and 2. Tickets are $5 each and concession food, beer and setups will be available.
The cast and crew of young - and not-so-old - volunteers have spent countless hours writing and rehearsing skits, building sets and readying wardrobes for the zany characters theater aficionados have come to know and love.
As a nonprofit organization, the CLT earmarks all proceeds back to local communities. Last year, the group raised $9,800 in four nights, which allowed them to offer two scholarships to Theater Arts students at Comfort High School, and make donations to the Kerrville Elks VA Dogs program, Comfort Heritage Foundation, the Veterans Assistance Program, Waring and Center Point Volunteer Fire Departments, Comfort Band Boosters, Comfort Public Library, Comfort High School travel group and Capital Campaign fund.
For more information, contact Loretta Pickens at little.theater@yahoo.com or visit the website,