The 2021-2022 Season
In Loving Memory
Alan Hight, a long time member of the Attic Theatre family, was taken far too soon in a car accident on December 20th, 2021. Alan was a loving husband, father, grandfather and was generous with everything he had. The Hight family has blessed the Attic for many years with use of their barn as storage for our numerous set pieces and not a production went by without Alan generously offering a helping hand getting panels down the rickety ladder or shooing away chickens from underfoot. He consistently offered tools, pallets, spare wood and furniture for our benefit and never once complained about the huge ruts our trucks and trailers put in his lawn. Alan was giving to a fault and will be sorely missed. Because Alan was the sole provider for his family, any donations made will be extremely helpful as Renee and family navigate the days ahead.
Our desire is to provide patrons and participants of all ages the opportunity to impact lives in a positive way; whether that means joining us on stage for the very first time, using one’s gifts and skills behind the scenes, or sitting back to enjoy affordable, excellent and uplifting drama. Whatever the level of participation, your involvement is what puts the magic in the Attic.
We believe that people from all walks of life, regardless of age and status, can use their gifts and talents to create stories on the stage. We believe that stories are a powerful tool in today’s world, allowing the artist to influence and change others through performance, visuals, and stagecraft. This is what gives live theater the power to create its wonder, enchantment… its magic.