The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

By Catherine Bush Adapted from Mark Twain’s Novel

Whether it’s fishing with Huckleberry Finn, convincing his friends to whitewash Aunt Polly’s fence, or falling in love with Becky Thatcher, nobody loves life more than the irascible Tom Sawyer. Until one night Tom and his best friend Huckleberry Finn stumble upon a deadly secret. As Tom and Huck embark on the greatest adventure of their life, they learn that man’s greatest treasure isn’t gold, but the gift of friendship.

A note about content: Locally Grown Theatre is committed to promoting compassionate inclusivity. In our adaptation of Tom Sawyer, we have intentionally eliminated racial slurs and stereotypes, recognizing the importance of viewing classic stories through a modern, respectful lens.

Catch one of our performances at these locations:

Friday, July 12: Shepard Farm

Saturday, July 13: Lighthouse Baptist Church

Sunday, July 14: Highland Park

Friday, July 19: City Hall Amphitheater

Saturday, July 20: The Grove Church

Sunday, July 21: Highland Park

Cost: Free (donations appreciated) 

All shows start at 7:00pm

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Frankenstein/Monster

By Andra Laine Hunter Adapted from Mary Shelley’s Novel


In the pursuit of conquering death, Victor Frankenstein, driven by grief and ambition, faces a relentless struggle. As he treads a path between love and loss, The nameless Monster seeks acceptance and exposes Victor’s blindness and lies. As Victor’s triumph transforms into a nightmare, he grapples with choices, questioning who the true monster is amidst the crumbling of his world.

Location TBD.

Cost: Free (donations appreciated) 

Dates: October 11-13 & 18-20 Times : all shows are 5:30pm

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