Kibworth Theatre Company.
With signs that life might return to some degree of normality over the coming year, KTC is looking toward and considering its future, including getting back onto the stage, probably towards the end of the year.
However, sadly, this won’t be with our eagerly awaited production of The Vicar of Dibley. As this was going to be quite an ambitious production, the committee have decided that we need to return with something on a slightly smaller scale which will give members the chance to re-group and get used to performing once again. It is also possible, that after so long away, there will be a need to re-cast some of the parts as not all of the original cast may still be available.
A decision soon.
We will be making a decision as to what this production will be over the next couple of months, and we will probably have some news for you in the May edition of The Chronicle. One idea is that we do a show in the style of our recent Crying, Laughing, Loving, Lying which was a look at love and marriage through songs, sketches and poems, but this time on the theme of Christmas. Another option is a version of the Christmas classic, It’s a Wonderful Life, which can be staged utilising a small cast.
In the meantime, KTC will be holding their AGM, via zoom, at 7.30, Tuesday 13th April. If anyone would like to join us, please contact me on 07914264965.