Local actor/director Jack Ferry began his career in poultry management, but it took a switch to law to get him into the theater.
“Father Ed was the closest thing to a living saint that I ever met.”
Kevin Biddle is a staple in local theater, and has been performing since 1979. He will soon perform in “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” LCT’s first musical since pre-COVID-19.
Brian Keeney, a Lebanon local, and his son, Noah, share a passion for performing and theater. Brian just took a little longer to discover it.
Kern serves on the LCT board of directors, builds sets, takes to the stage in a variety of supporting roles, and does work behind the scenes.
Sheaf has been a fixture on stages in Lebanon, Gretna, and Hershey as an actor in, and director of, countless productions.
Not only did they survive, but they have plans to thrive by expanding their equipment and planning productions for the remainder of the year.
Katie Trainer – muralist, author, and local art legend – talks about her work, her life after a car accident and COVID-19, and much more.
The completed memorial will display, on three sides, individual prayers honoring EMTs, firefighters and police. The fourth sides will include credit for Yoder and sponsor identifications.