HCLT 50 years




Watch here for the announcement of our 60th Anniversary Season! We're hammering out the details, and promise you won't be disapppointed! 


It's hard to believe that Halifax County Little Theatre has been around for 60 years, but it's true. We have performed in Elementary school gyms, in the high school auditorium, in Constitution Square, at Berry Hill, in Perroni's at Brightleaf Forum, and for the most recent 10 years we've called The Prizery our home. This year, we hope to honor our tradition of bringing excellent and affordable live theater to this area, giving local folks of all ages the opportunity to share their talents on stage and behind the scenes, and sharing wonderful stories including a timeless classic, a slice of history, and a fantastic fairy tale. We'd love to have you join us either as part of a production team, performing as a cast member, or sitting back in the audience. We are grateful for the support we've been shown through all these years, and we hope and plan to continue creating great community theatre for many, many years to come.




HCLT is proud to present scholarships each year to deserving high school graduates who have worked with us during their high school careers. This scholarship is funded through concessions sales and 50/50 raffles at our productions. This year's recipients of the Dot Crews Memorial Scholarship is Christian Roach. Christian began his experiences on stage in our very first show produced at The Prizery: A Christmas Carol. SInce then, he's been involved with one production or another just about nonstop. He is  passionate about performing, and plans to continue working towards an acting career as a freshman at NYU this fall. 

HCLT presented an Honorarium to Emily Hansen,  another talented young actress who has participated in several of our productions. Emily plans to continue her education, studying to be a nurse pratitioner.

For the first time this year, HCLT honored a student who has worked with us throughut his high school career, but is not going ot college right away. Instead, Michael Berry will be joining the Navy. We adopted Michael Berry as our "Hometown Hero." When he leaves for basic training, we'll send care packages to him to show our appreciation for his service to America.



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In the Community

  • HCLT in the Community
    HCLT is proud to contribute in many ways to the good of our community. For many years, we have awarded scholarships to several graduating seniors through the Dot Crews Memorial Scholarship Fund. All money we make from the sale of concessions at every production goes into this fund. Traditionally, we award multiple scholarships yearly, based on applications which can be found in the guidance department at HCHS. Students who have participated in HCLT productions and HCHS productions, both on stage and back stage, are encouraged to apply.
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