MELODIES IN E
It's Harlem in the 1920's! Discover what unfolds as jazz, racketeering, and the deep south collide.
This project is funded in part by the South Carolina Arts Commission which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Lively conversation among the stylists and customers about the wonderful activities offered at the Leatherman Senior Center motivates a new customer to join the Center immediately.
MYSTERIOUS MAGICAL CHRISTMAS
Two friends celebrate as they listen to the broadcast of “The Mysterious Magical Christmas” story on a new invention – the radio.
IT’S UP TO YOU
The daughters of a recent widow help her move and make sure she is aware of the resources available to her. They also want her to know what she can do to help herself to be safe at home and on the road.
WHO AM I IN BLACK HISTORY?
The cast portrayed several little known local and some nationally known African Americans.
The skit, honoring Brandon Jackson, whose life ended tragically, focused on suicide, depression, bullying and the effects they have on the family.
WHO MURDERED GRANDMA POO POO (A Dinner Theatre/Murder Mystery)
Story by Wilma McNeil
Playscript by Rebecca McLain
The Poo Poo family has gathered for a Family Reunion celebration. Sometime during the reunion, Grandma Poo Poo makes an important announcement and soon thereafter is mysteriously murdered. Who murdered her and how?
September, 2018 - The Leatherman Senior Center
March, 2019 - The Veterans of Foreign Wars, Florence, SC
SENIORS GOT TALENT
Seniors share their talents of original poetry, songs, comedy and tap dancing.
SATURDAY NIGHT CABIN FEVER (A Dinner Theatre/Murder Mystery)
Written by Rebecca McLain
Larry Loveless boarded the Pegasus Cruise Ship hoping to find the woman of his dreams, only to discover she has been murdered shortly after his proposal.
September, 2019 - The Leatherman Senior Center
January, 2020 - The Asher Theatre, Myrtle Beach, SC
A CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SHOWCASE TALENT SHOW
featuring the Crazy, Loco, Ridiculous, Silly Sweater Contest
Seniors displayed a variety of talents including singing Christmas songs in English and Spanish, tap dancing, puppetry, caroling, comedy, Christmas trivia, songs with poetic interpretations, and original poetry.
FROM THE OUT HOUSE TO THE WHITEHOUSE
Written by Wilma McNeil
The dramatization highlighted the journey of several African-American trailblazers in U.S. history from 1870 to 2009.
“WHO MURDERED GRANDMA POO POO?"
April, 2021 – The Sunrise Outdoor Theatre, Southern Pines, NC.