East Brainerd Community Theater Presents Hello, Dolly!

Saturday, July 8, 2017

East Brainerd Community Theater will present Hello, Dolly! at Christ United Methodist Church July 20–23.  Show times are July 20-22 at 7:30 p.m. and July 23 at 2:30 p.m.  

All tickets are general admission for $10.  Tickets are available online at ebctchatt.com and christchurchchatt.org  or at the door.  The church is at 8645 East Brainerd Road.  Doors will be open 30 minutes prior to show time.   

The cast includes 41 local actors and theater lovers in nine leading and 32 chorus roles. The performance is directed by Stephanie Pearson with musical direction by Gary Bynum and choreography by David Wood.  

Hello, Dolly! will be presented in two acts with concessions available for purchase starting 30 minutes before show time and at intermission.   

With each performance, the Theater collects donations to benefit a local non-profit.  For Hello, Dolly!, the audience has an opportunity to vote for their favorite character by making a donation of any size to The Next Door

East Brainerd Community Theater was founded in April 2013 with the presentation of Nunsense.  The Theater is a community outreach ministry of Christ United Methodist Church.  Hello, Dolly! is the 10th major production performed by the Community Theater.   



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