Halifax County Little Theatre


Roald Dahl's 

Matilda the Musical

March 24, 25, 31, April 1 at 7:30 pm

March 26 and April 2 at 3:00 pm

Matilda is a little girl with astonishing wit, intelligence and psychokinetic powers. She's unloved by her cruel parents but impresses her schoolteacher, the highly loveable Miss Honey. Over the course of her first term at school, Matilda and Miss Honey have a profound effect on each other's lives, as Miss Honey begins not only to recognize but also appreciate Matilda's extraordinary personality. Matilda's school life isn't completely smooth sailing, however – the school's mean headmistress, Miss Trunchbull, hates children and just loves thinking up new punishments for those who don't abide by her rules. But Matilda has courage and cleverness in equal amounts, and could be the school pupils' saving grace!

Rated PG

Matilda is produced through special arrangement with MTI.

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6 Guitars

Thursday, April 13 at 7:30 pm

6 Guitars is a pitch perfect blend of music, comedy, and so much more!

Chase Padgett delivers a virtuosic performance as he becomes 6 different guitar playing characters – each representing a different genre: Blues, Jazz, Rock, Classical, Folk, and Country.

As the show unfolds, the audience is treated to the stories and songs each character has earned and learned over a lifetime of music. From a 20 year old aspiring rocker to an elderly Blues man who’s seen it all, these original characters bring fresh fun to the styles we all love. Packed with plenty of laughs, great tunes, and moving musical stories, 6 Guitars is an unforgettable night out for any music lover at heart.

“★★★★★ 6 Guitars is nothing short of a storytelling masterpiece. It will leave you laughing until you cry, and lifting your jaw to its proper position.” – The Edmonton Sun.

“★★★★★ A masterful storyteller and captivating entertainer…” – Vue Weekly

“★★★★★ Talk about hitting all the right notes, this show is a jaw dropper on every level” – Winnipeg Free Press

Sponsored by 

Mid Atlantic Test & Balance 

National Endowment of the Arts 

Virginia Commission for the Arts 

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Back by Popular Demand!

Triumphant Quartet

Friday, April 21 at 7:30 pm

Tickets $35 adults  $30 student, seniors, military

Triumphant Quartet  is the face of quality gospel music, Christian integrity, family friendship, friendship, and dedication.  Their smooth harmonies and rich quartet sound has gained them national attention and gained them the fan favorite award in gospel music for the last few years.

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The Drifters

Friday, May 5, 2023 at 7:30 pm

Preferred Seating $40

Regular Seating $28

Under the Boardwalk, This Magic Moment, Up on the Roof, There Goes My Baby, Stand by Me, Spanish Harlem, Dance With Me...The list of hits goes on and on.

Since their inception in the early 1950's, The Drifters have had a string of hits that has made them the second most succesful recording artist of all time, according to Billboard Magazine.

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Ladies of Laughter

Funny and Fabulous Tour

Thursday, May 11

7:30 pm

Comedians Jane Conden and Leighann Lord and featuring local opener Linda Shepperd!

What started out in the nineties as an annual videotape comedy competition in New York has steadily become the CAREERBUILDER FOR WOMEN IN COMEDY.  The funny and fabulous tour includes the winners and finest talent from the national competition. 

This performance is rated PG-13.

Past participants include Amy Schumer, Tammy Pescatelli and "Big Bang Theory" star Melissa Rauch.

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Prizery Spring Soiree

Saturday, May 13

6:00 pm

Join in the bidding frenzy at this fun event at The Prizery!

Bid on fabulous dinners by local cooks, a sunset boat cruise at Smith Mountain Lake, travel and entertainment packages, art work, winery tour with limo - AND SO MUCH MORE!

All proceeds beneit The Prizery.

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Dance & Dine

Good Shot Judy

Dinner and Swing Dancing

Friday, June 16

7:00 pm

Brothers Brett and Jeff Cahoon stepped away from the success they’d achieved with their punk band Ten Years from Now and chose instead to see what they could do with the old-time jazz standards they’d admired for so long. The brothers Cahoon formed a small combo, and – wouldn’t you know it? – plenty of others felt the same groove.

Maybe it was when an inside joke made a name for itself. Their mother, Judy Cahoon, is an avid golfer, and just as common as pars and birdies were three words of encouragement shouted by a supportive friend, who pumped a fist and hollered across the fairway every time she took a swing: “Good shot, Judy!” It became a funny family warble among the Cahoons – and as it turns out, a solid band name, too.

Or perhaps that moment of creation arrived when Good Shot Judy freed their potential energy. Keen to give the classic melodies the respect and attention – as well as the power – that it deserved, the Cahoons filled out Good Shot Judy with a full complement of horns, percussion and vocals. And magic happened: an ensemble that was bigger than the sum of its parts.

In a sense, Good Shot Judy was already in the stars long ago, during those formative decades from the 1930s on, when small jazz combos, big brass bands and the crooners who sang on top of them were forging an enduring style and repertoire that would be written into the DNA of American music.

But really, all these had a hand in making Good Shot Judy what is today: a big amp jazz band that sets stages aflame nationwide.

Audiences may never consider that the Good Shot Judy show they’re seeing has been an evolution. They’re too captivated by the sound and spectacle of music that reaches through the time. They’re too caught up in performance that has one foot dancing in the past and one in the here and now.

A Good Shot Judy show offers all those tunes you know just from growing up in American – songs you can at least hum along to, if you don’t outright know most of the words. But the music itself is only part of the band’s allure; there’s something electric in the execution, and it’s that vigor that carries the day as much as the pull of recognition.

So, yeah, there’s a history. And it’s a big one. Bigger than any one person. Bigger than any one band, for that matter. But Good Shot Judy is as close as it comes to an intersection between an era’s defining sound and the pleasure of enjoying it the way it was meant to be heard.


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Who's Bad:

The Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience

Thursday, November 2

7:30 pm

As the longest running Michael Jackson Tribute Band, this power-packed performance of the King of Pop's expansive catalog has ignited crowds on every continent, and can only be described as a jaw-dropping musical must see.

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