Neuse Little Theatre to open ‘Last Train to Nibroc’ March 19

Reserved seat tickets now on sale

From staff reports
Posted 3/5/21

After being dark for the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Neuse Little Theatre in Smithfield will take to the stage for three weekends to perform “Last Train to Nibroc.”

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Neuse Little Theatre to open ‘Last Train to Nibroc’ March 19

Reserved seat tickets now on sale

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After being dark for the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Neuse Little Theatre in Smithfield will take to the stage for three weekends to perform “Last Train to Nibroc.”

The play by Arlene Hutton is about May, a small-town girl from Kentucky, and Raleigh, a recent medically discharged soldier, who meet on an eastbound train in 1940.

Performances will be March 19-21, March 26-28 and April 2-4. Curtain times are 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and 3 p.m. on Sundays. The house will open 30 minutes before show time.

Reserved tickets are $13 and nonreserved are $15. Cash and checks only will be accepted.

The theater is observing COVID-19 restrictions; seating capacity is limited and all attendees will be seated socially distanced and fully masked. Because this show is not part of the regular season, flex and season tickets will not be honored.

To reserve your seats, call the box office at 919-934-1873. State your name, (spelling your last name), your phone number, the number of tickets you require and the date you want to attend. Reservation information will be held at the door under your name. You will not be called back unless there is a problem with your reservation.

For those not comfortable attending the live show, Neuse Little Theatre social media sites will have information, dates and pricing details on virtual viewing of the show.

The theater is located at 104 S. Front St., Smithfield. 

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