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    Clarksville Little Theatre presents five shows of varying styles during the 2015-16 theater season.
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    Comedies. Musicals. Classics. Dramas. Clarksville Little Theatre will have it all during its 2015-16 theater season.

    During the 2015-16 season, Clarksville Little Theatre will present five shows: “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” “All My Sons,” “The Glass Mendacity” and “The Producers.” All performances are to go on at Clarksville Little Theatre, located at 301 E. Montgomery Ave. in Clarksville, IN.

    Season tickets are available for the 2015-16 theater season and are $32 per child six to 12 years of age, $48 for teens, $48 for seniors 60 and over and $60 for adults. A season ticket order form is available at the Clarksville Little Theatre website.

    Clarksville Little Theatre (CLT) will whet the appetite on the 2015-16 season with “The Man Who Came to Dinner.” Among other things, random ex-convicts, transatlantic phone calls and a man confined to the living room upend the domestic bliss of the Stanleys. See the hilarity unfold Sept. 11-19.

    Moving into the holiday season, CLT will next present “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” when the supposed worst kids in the world take over a church Christmas pageant. Will the pageant go on or be torn apart thanks to the kids? Find out Nov. 13-21.

    The new year for CLT will begin with the after-WWII drama “All My Sons.” A family struggles with secrets and the hope that one of the sons, Larry, will return home despite being MIA. That production will go on Jan. 15-23.

    Bringing in the spring season will be “The Glass Mendacity,” a spoof on Tennessee Williams’s classics like “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” “A Streetcar Named Desire” and, of course, “The Glass Menagerie.” CLT will present the comedy March 11-19.

    Ending the season is the comedy-musical “The Producers,” which focuses on a producer and an accountant who attempt to stage the worst musical they can find to make as much money as possible. This Mel Brooks-created production will go on May 13-21.

    More information on Clarksville Little Theatre’s season can be found at the theater company’s website.

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