The Moving of Lila Barton
by Way Off Broadway Community Players
Apr. 11 - May. 03, 2014
Lilla is an unforgettable Southern woman who defies small-town church politics and rediscovers the strength that’s waiting to be found in each of us. Lilla and her late husband single handedly designed and built the church vicarage in this small Alabama town. Now that her husband has passed on, Lilla is being evicted, but she refuses to move out of the church-owned house to make way for the new minister. A gossiping gaggle of Episcopal eccentrics is causing trouble. The group is led by a stubborn Yankee newspaper editor and a crass real estate peddler. The sympathetic bishop and the senior warden, an old Southern gentleman, are trying to help Lilla, but ultimately it is her combination of resilience, vulnerability, and courage that make this heart-warming story soar. This is an endearing and witty dramady that will have you leaving the theater with a smile.
11880 Hero Way West
Leander, TX, 78641
April 11 - May 3, 2014 Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 p.m, Sunday matinee on April 27 at 3 p.m.
Adult tickets are $20; Seniors, Active Military, and Students are $15 and Children are $10.
Bring in a food item and get a free box of popcorn. We will donate the items to area food pantries. You get to eat the popcorn!