The Lancaster Players this year celebrates its 50th anniversary season.
It all started in 1970 when a group of mothers in Kilmarnock set out to create quality entertainment for children of the area. The first production was a puppet show. It was such a hit that soon their efforts lead to theater performed by children, and ultimately to theatrical offerings for the entire community.
“Looking back at our history, things haven’t changed all that much,” said board president Luke Rawls. “The Lancaster Players has always strived to provide first class entertainment by and for the community. It’s amazing to…
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