Temple Civic Theatre
2014 Production ( February 14-16 and 20-23)
For the women of Chinquapin, Louisiana, Truvy’s beauty salon is where the action is. With the help of her eager new assistant Annelle (Halli Watson), the wise-cracking Truvy (Lori Honeycutt) dispenses rinses, perms and free advice with her own unique brand of Southern sass.
The locals lining up to get their hair done include Clairee (Jo Elwood), the recently widowed wife of the town’s mayor and an ardent football fan, and Ouiser (Janice Wilson), a wealthy curmudgeon with the world’s ugliest dog.
One of Truvy’s best customers is M’Lynn (Andi Billeck), who’s planning the wedding of the season for daughter Shelbi (Marissa Hunt), a small town beauty with some big dreams.
Together these “Steel Magnolias” face good times and bad, triumph and heartache, laughter and tears, with all the grace, charm and fortitude for which Southern ladies are known.
Leon Perkins Director, with Sam Wilds as stage manager. Set by Dustin Ozment, costumes by Brittany Sharkey.