Lea's of LeCompte

Photo courtesy of Cathy Airhart Webb, CA Studio

CA Studio will be presenting Pulitzer Prize-winning play Harvey Friday, January 5th at Lea's of Lecompte. Produced in 1944, the play was written by Mary Chase in an effort to make people laugh during the difficult time of World War II.

Performance and a Slice of Pie

Sep 13, 2017

Next up for CA Studio is Sixteen Wounded, a play following the lives of two young men in Holland, one a survivor of the Jewish Holocaust, the other a man from Palestine.  The play will be performed at Lea's of LeCompte in Monroe Saturday, September 16th and 23rd, at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, September 17th and 24th, at 4:00 p.m.

Mistaken Identity, Wise Fools Take Stage in Twelfth Night

Jan 5, 2017
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CA Studio and Lea's of LeCompte are presenting Shakespeare's Twelfth Night January 13-14 and 20-21. This classic Shakespeare comedy will be portrayed in a more modern fashion as a dinner theatre.

Twelfth Night is the story of two identical boy and girl twins who end up in the same place, completely unaware of each others presence. The play has its share of mistaken identity, exaggerated love, wise fools, and foolish authority figures to carry itself through the loops of a Shakespearean comedy.

"Quilters" Offers Slice of Pioneer America

Mar 31, 2016
T. Smith

Raising and providing for a family is a struggle easily related to, whether  it is on the frontier in the 1880's or today. Quilters portrays that struggle this Thursday and Saturday at Lea's of LeCompte in Monroe. Directed by Cathy Airhart Webb, the play is a series of vignettes featuring different aspects of frontier life -- all sewn together through the art of quilting.

"The main theme is resilience in the face of adversity, and certainly these women had it, and they had through their quilting," says Webb.