Southern Comedy The Hallelujah Girls From Whittier Community Theatre
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The last date listed for The Hallelujah Girls was Saturday November 17, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Cindy
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Though the ending was predictable, the story was nonetheless humorous and fun. The cast were excellent in their roles, the theatre a delight. It was my first time at this theatre, definitely many more times to come. Comfortable venue with considerate staff.
Written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten
Directed by Roxie Lee
Produced by Monica Francis
Hilarity abounds when the feisty females of Eden Falls, Georgia, decide to shake up their lives. The action in this rollicking Southern comedy takes place in SPA-DEE-DAH!, the abandoned church-turned day spa where this group of friends gathers every Friday afternoon. After the loss of a dear friend, the women realize time is precious and if they’re going to change their lives and achieve their dreams they have to get on it now! But Sugar Lee, their high-spirited, determined leader, has her hands full keeping the women motivated. The comic tension mounts when a sexy, ex-boyfriend shows up unexpectedly, a marriage proposal comes from an unlikely suitor and Sugar Lee’s arch rival vows she’ll stop at nothing to steal the spa away from her. By the time the women rally together to overcome these obstacles and launch their new, improved lives, you’ve got a side-splitting, joyful comedy that will make you laugh out loud and shout “Hallelujah!
About the Ticket Supplier: Whittier Community Theatre
Founded in 1922, the Whittier Community Theatre presents a four-show season in the attractive, refurbished 396-seat Center Theatre, located in the Whittier Community Center. WCT has been in continuous operation since its inception making it the oldest non-profit amateur theatre west of the Mississippi.