In the “Theater District” of Waring Texas, Comfort Little Theater' s 2019 season will come alive with homespun Texas humor. Comfort Little Theater (CLT) is steeped in tradition and that is why we try doing something very different every year. The 2019 show, entitled “It's All Homegrown Somewhere---or--- I'd Rather Arrive Late Than Come Early” will be funnier than ever...really!
The show will once again be in the Waring Theater District (Waring Hall) next to the fire department in Waring, Tx. Tickets will be on sale at the door at 6 p.m. each night. The popular Premier Night is back and we have 90 cheap seats on opening night. On the other 3 nights open seating is a first come gets first choice of seating arrangement. It is the best grown up entertainment value in the Hill Country as prices are still only $5 for Adults (cheap)! Appropriately, Children tickets are $10 and Crying Babies are $50 (we mean it) as the humor is targeted at adult audiences.
CLT President Ben Eicholz said, “Politics, Hollywood and video games are the three things that are still the single biggest contributor to the decline of morals in our country. We promise to do our best, but we just can't compete with the pros.” Eicholz adds, “We tell you upfront that we are a bit edgy with our humor We rate ourselves at around PG 16 5/19.”
Laugh a little when you recognize yourself and laugh a lot when you recognize your neighbors. It is a peek into life in Texas with a Hill Country twist. Director Craig Engleman points out , “There are 3 halves to the show and each half is half again as funny as the previous half. That about 275 percent times more comedy than any other show in the Hill Country...and all that for only $5 bucks.”
Yes Sir, The Hill Country Watch Dogs will be back. There will be a special appearance by Filiberto Iglesias, just off of his Center Point World Tour. As everyone know, he is the 5th cousin and mentor to Julio Iglesias. Life lessons abound as we cover a wide field of topics from unwanted pregnancies to sex for hire to dogs gone wild.
CLT is a non-profit and proceeds have benefited area volunteer fire departments, Boy and Girl Scouts, school groups and has helped the Medical Mission for Health, to name but a few. CLT is particularly proud of the annual scholarships it awards to students interested in theater and performing arts.
Food, beer, soft drinks and setups are available starting at 6. The profits from the sell of these items are directly contributed to area clubs and fire departments. No outside food or coolers.
Little Theater is about creating smiles. Now that's a facelift that's in everyone's price range.