Since 1945 

FLORISSANT CIVIC CENTER THEATRE
#1 James J. Eagan Dr.
Florissant MO 63033
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First Show:   December 1945
Known For:    Neglected classics, stylish productions,
 fine actors and directors
FCC Theatre Seating: 567
Presenting:  Comedies, Dramas, Mysteries, Musicals                 
Especially Proud of:  Our scholarship program that has presented over $50,000 to high school seniors since 1992!
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2014 Duckie DeMere Scholarships

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Best of Hawthorne 2014


November 7-16

2014 Duckie DeMere Scholarships

left to right:  Mackenzie Brady   Sarah Brutlag   Larry Marsh   Kimberly Edwards  

Gerry Love   Cameron Gallagher   Mitchell List

Not pictured-Ranisha Shelton


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After the accidental death of their four-year old son, Becca and Howie Corbett find their world turned upside down and the couple drifting perilously apart. 


Rabbit Hole charts the dynamics of a family grappling with loss and searching for comfort in the wake of tragedy.  In his Pulitzer Prize winning play, David Lindsay-Abaire has crafted an “intensely emotional examination of grief, laced with wit, insightfulness, compassion, and searing honesty.” (Variety)

Trish Nelke as Becca

Daniel Dachroeden as Howie

Denise Chappell as Izzy

Lynda Levy Clark as Nat

Thomas Yonke as Jason


Ken Clark, Director

October 3, 4, 10, 11   2014

Tickets on sale now!   Call 314-863-3011

Voices of Valhalla

written and directed by Larry Marsh

History and dead folks come alive when Hawthorne Players present “Voices of Valhalla: A Hayride through History” on October 3, 4, 10 and 11 at Valhalla cemetery, 7600 St. Charles Rock Road.  The performances mark the fifth season for Hawthorne’s popular “theatre in a cemetery” event, produced by Valhalla Cemetery and Funeral Chapel.  


The one-hour, non-scary historical hayrides leave every fifteen minutes, beginning at 6:30 each evening, taking visitors to locations in the lovely grounds where actors from Hawthorne Players will bring to life the stories and times of some of the cemetery’s permanent residents.  A special indoor performance, featuring all of the characters, will be held on Saturday, October 4 at 5:00 p.m. for those who might have difficulty boarding and sitting on hay wagons.


Tickets are $15 and may be purchased by calling 314-863-3011 during regular business hours.  In case of inclement weather, the performances will be held indoors. The hayrides are not recommended for young children.


This year's characters will include the granddaughter of one of Robert E. Lee's slaves, a hero from the Viet Nam war, the composer of a major Broadway musical, a dress maker who worked in the Washington Avenue garment district in the 30s, a young lawyer and Sunday School superintendent who got involved with gangsters,  a St. Louis business man and politician who entertained Teddy Roosevelt, and a "bionic comic" who continued to perform long after he "died on stage."


Director/Writer Larry Marsh says that this year’s stories are sure to both entertain and inform.  “Some are funny, some disturbing, some inspiring, but all of them are true. And during the evening you’ll also learn a lot about St. Louis history.”


The characters will be portrayed by Renee Fenner, John Robertson, Chuck Lavazzi, Colleen Heneghan, Marian Holtz, Tim Callahan, Jeff Loyd and Ryan Cooper.  Guides are Dottie Bertolino, Nancy Crouse, Ike Eichenberger, Colleen Heneghan, Marian Holtz, George Lewandowski, and  Beth Workman.

 

History and dead folks come alive when Hawthorne Players present “Voices of Valhalla: A Hayride through History” on October 3, 4, 10 and 11 at Valhalla cemetery, 7600 St. Charles Rock Road.  The performances mark the fifth season for Hawthorne’s popular “theatre in a cemetery” event, produced by Valhalla Cemetery and Funeral Chapel.  


The one-hour, non-scary historical hayrides leave every fifteen minutes, beginning at 6:30 each evening, taking visitors to locations in the lovely grounds where actors from Hawthorne Players will bring to life the stories and times of some of the cemetery’s permanent residents. Special indoor performances, featuring all of the characters, will be held on Saturday, October 4 at 5:00 p.m. for those who might have difficulty boarding and sitting on hay wagons.


Tickets are $15 and may be purchased by calling 314-863-3011 during regular business hours.  In case of inclement weather, the performances will be held indoors. The hayrides are not recommended for young children.


This year's characters will include the granddaughter of one of Robert E. Lee's slaves, a hero from the Viet Nam war, the composer of a major Broadway musical, a dress maker who worked in the Washington Avenue garment district in the 30s, a young lawyer and Sunday School superintendent who got involved with gangsters,  a St. Louis business man and politician who entertained Teddy Roosevelt, and a "bionic comic" who continued to perform long after he "died on stage."


Director/Writer Larry Marsh says that this year’s stories are sure to both entertain and inform.  “Some are funny, some disturbing, some inspiring, but all of them are true. And during the evening you’ll also learn a lot about St. Louis history.”


The characters will be portrayed by Renee Fenner, John Robertson, Chuck Lavazzi, Colleen Heneghan, Marian Holtz, Tim Callahan, Jeff Loyd and Ryan Cooper.  Other veteran Hawthorne performers will serve as guides on each wagon.