The Duncan Little Theatre (DLT) will host informative lunchtime classes for anyone wanting to know more about how the theatre operates.
At noon on June 17, the DLT will give community members an opportunity to “look behind the curtain at how DLT makes magic happen.”
The Lunch and Learn free program is open to the public and will take place from noon to 1 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center from March through October.
While many people see the finale of the production, a lot of time and work go into making things happen and pulling the production together.
The DLT is a all-volunteer community theatre group and in these hours, the community can see what it takes to put a production together.
With an ongoing list of to-do’s, the DLT begins with a script, but the task list keeps growing.
Other things need careful consideration, such as sets, costumes, lighting, sound and props and design.
According to a release, a director needs to put all these elements together along with a cast, musicians, stage managers and a crew.
Through many steps and after rehearsals, they prepare for opening night and an audience is invited.
A release states, community members may get the chance to attempt a character by reading a script with others.
Participants can bring a sack lunch and hear all about what DLT has to offer the community.
CTHC is located at 1000 Chisholm Trail Pkwy in Duncan.
For more information visit, https://duncanlittletheatre.com/.