Now that we have finished this year's live concert series, we're looking forward to the advent of the great chocolate factory - Raold Dahl's Willy Wonka is this year's live musical production. Shows begin November 15 and the cast and crew are working their oompa-loompa's off to put this fun and magical show together admist streams of glorious creamy chocolate.
Thanks to everyone who has supported all our live concerts this season! We have seen terrific guitar artists and heard transportive voices. We have enjoyed folk, jazz, American Western and even a bit of fusion in styles. Sundae & Mr. Goessl, from Seattle, have promised to return, as has Dave Stamey, who performed again to a sold-out crowd on October 18.
I have been part of the musical production life of the Liberty Theater since 2002. Every year is unique, not only in the story, but in the crew and performers who come together to put on an amazing show for a 130-seat auditorium. We have folks from as far away as Seattle who come "home" every year to the charm and small-town intimacy of the Liberty. We are proud to have become a tradition in the lives of so many around the holidays.
If you haven't purchased tickets yet for "Willy Wonka," please do it NOW. Every year we have to turn away folks who are looking for seats to sold-out shows. Also, we've added an extra show to the line-up: December 6th, our Encore Family Night performance, where all seats will be $10 per person. Go to the Stage Production page and carefully select your tickets. You won't regret it.
(Yes, I eat chocolate. Dark, Equadorian, 72-80% pure cacao. Just saying.