Community Theatre of Rowlett
Bringing Family-Friendly Theatre to Rowlett Since
Main Street is Changing
Some really good news for Main Street. In October, this year, the city of Rowlett will be using a $2.5 million dollar grant to improve the look of Main Street. Martin Drive will connect Main Street to Highway 66, which means the Rowlett Historical Society Building, our theatre's home, will be torn down. So...
Our Theatre is Moving
ACTOR's new home will be at 4113 Main Street, immediately North of the roundabout. The theatre will be bigger, as well as the stage. It will take sometime to renovate it. We are hoping to have our first performance in 2014.
In The Meantime
Please keep checking back on our website to see some of our progress. We look forward to what's in store 2014.
The Very Great Grandson of Sherlock Holmes by Bill Majeski
The very great grandson of Sherlock Holmes is trying to make it as a private eye, his mind filled with beautiful girls in dire straits who will be saved by his massive intellect. Unfortunately, great grandson Sherwood is not quite up to his illustrious ancestor Sherlock, a fact pointed out to him by the descendant of Doctor Watson. Thrust into a marvelous and complex murder mystery, young Sherwood tries desperately to rise to the occasion, but his brilliant solution is apparently no more than a humorous disaster. However, this great grandson still retains a bit of the classic brilliance attached to his name and, in an exciting and highly visual climax, he demonstrates the intent of the victim's last message and nails the culprit.
WHEN: April 6th at 6:00PM (dinner will be provided)
Sunnyvale First Baptist Church in their Light
House (2nd floor)
MUST RSVP at 972-226-7105