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Each year Greenville Christian puts on a wonderful Dinner Theater!  Check out the plays from the 2016-2017 school year:


"Smarty Pants"

In the Play "Smarty Pants", by Bradley Hayward, Dallas (Marissa Hauser) is a real smarty pants; she can read Hamlet in half an hour! She can't wait to show off to her teacher, Miss Elliot, (Bailey Swanson) in her new Advanced Placement class played by seniors Molly Money, Jenny Polk, Rachel Bleier, Emma Shasteen, Brooklyn Seward, and Hannah Livergood. But there's more Play-doh than Plato and more coloring than Van Gogh. What kind of advanced class is this? Dallas had to figure out Kindergarten High or flunk!  Who's the real smarty pants?  


"Mobile Home Sweet Home"

"Mobile Home Sweet Home", by Pat Cook, “How’d you like to be on television?” This question, posed by future daughter-in-law Anne, (Hannah Livergood) takes Loff DuVall (Ryan Blazier) by surprise. After all, he and May June (Brooklyn Seward) had been running the Hampton Court trailer park for more years than either would care to admit. The last thing he’d want now is to be in some reality TV show. In fact, he was hoping he and May June could get away for a while, take a long vacation from the place. He wouldn’t have to listen to Goose Halford’s (Kyle Wittmer) long stories, such as how his grandpa has a metal plate in his head. “The kids used to catch him asleep and put ‘frigerator magnets on his forehead,” he confides in Loff. Or having to help Lydia Spagway’s (Sadie McKee) grandkid who just got her hand caught in a toilet. Add to this Rhonda DeFalco’s (Zoe Pittsinger) gossip, Vonell Rafferty (Quinn Morgan) looking for buried treasure with her metal detector, and Etta Frobisher’s (Lauren Webb) threat to close down his business, he’s really at the end of his rope. But Anne’s idea, coupled with the fact she’s practically engaged to son, Larry (Tucker Webb), shows Loff a way out. Except that, for the show to succeed, Loff can’t leave! Throw in a conniving producer (Brenna Swanson), a retired lieutenant colonel (Dalton Griffis) and everyone showing up looking like run-over hillbillies and Loff or May June just don’t know what’s to become of them, their tenants, or the trailer park. This two-act comedy is full of oddball characters and had our audience laughing and falling in love with all those at Hampton Court Trailer Park.