Our Mission: Butler Little Theatre is a non-profit entity that strives to offer a broad range of high quality and entertaining live theater experiences to the community.

Our Vision: We will offer children and adults challenging opportunities for personal and technical growth through onstage and backstage experiences, classroom preparation, and skilled direction. We will offer our audiences comedies to delight them, dramas to touch their emotions, mysteries to challenge their deductive skills, and classics to expand their theatrical and literary horizons.

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2014-2015 Season

The Stone House, an original one-act play by Kevin Lukacs, will be presented by the BLT Group at The Old Stone House, located at the intersection of Routes 8, 173 and 528, approximately 12 miles north of Butler. Show dates are August 29-31, September 5-7 and September 12-14, 2014. The play will be directed by Dustin Furman and produced by Connie Donovan.

Set in Butler County in 1836, this comedy tells the story of American soldier Jack returning home from service in Florida. Jack makes a new friend in the traveling English gentleman, Sir Basil, and the two attend a mysterious show that evening. The star crossed night is fated to bring romance, hilarity, danger, and a rather hefty piece of stove wood. How will the story end for our local hero?

Tickets can be purchased online at www.rockalumnicafe.com/stonehouseplay. Visitors to the Old Stone House can also purchase tickets during its regular hours of operation: Saturdays 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sundays 12 p.m.-5 p.m. A limited number will be sold at the door. Email oldstonehouse@sru.edu for additional information.

BLT will once again join the North Side Cemetary Association and the Butler County Historical Society for the Echoes From Our Past Historic Cemetery Walk, scheduled for September 27-28, 2014. Tour times are 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday and are approx. 1.5 hours.

A limited number of tickets may be purchased at www.butlerhistory.com or at the Historical Society Office from August 20-September 24. $14.00 for the general public, $10.00 for BLT season ticket holders. This year we will be remembering six distinguished ancestors of Butler County: Captain Ira McJunkin, Thomas Rainey Hoon, Rolland Lee Spaide, Thomas Wharton "T.W." Phillips, Bertha Laing Wise, and Jane Kearns Potts. Through vignettes, actors will portray these ladies and gentlemen for groups of guests as they stroll through the cemetery grounds.




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