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Lawrence Community Theatre Enjoy live theatre in an intimate setting at the Lawrence Community Theatre. This redesigned church seats theatre-goers in tiered seating on three sides of a thrust stage where no seat is more than twenty feet from the action. At intermission visit the Gladys Six Green Room where you can chat, sample luscious desserts, sip a glass of wine, enjoy a favorite beverage and view exhibits of work by local artists. Lawrence Community Theatre will help make your evening special!

Six major productions each season offer entertainment ranging from musicals to the latest works by area playwrights.


Address: 1501 New Hampshire
Phone: 785-843-7469
Our Email: lctks@aol.com
Our Website:community.lawrence.com/CommunityTheatre/

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