For one performance only, the theater group will present, "Love Letters," a Pulitzer Prize for Drama nominated play by A.R. Gurney.
The performance will be Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, and will begin at 7 p.m.
Unlike other performances by Community Theatre of Clay County, Inc., this show will not be a dinner theater, performance, although concessions will be available.
According to Community Theatre of Clay County, Inc., representatives "Love Letters" is a "unique and imaginative theatre piece, which involves two characters reminiscing about their lives through the use of personal letters exchanged over a lifetime.
"The characters have known each other since childhood, and each has grown to live a life that continues to be intertwined with the other.
"As the actors read the letters aloud, the audience is carried along on travels that span decades, careers, families, successes and failures. The play is both touching and frequently funny, while telling the exposed truth about two lives so intimately connected."
Tickets for the production will be $10, and may be purchased in advance by calling 442-6909.
Tickets may also be purchased at the Riddell National Bank, Brazil branch.
Following the production of "Love Letters," Community Theatre of Clay County, Inc., has three more productions before the end of its season.
The troupe will perform "An Evening With the Masters," March 1-2, in addition to the Young Actor's Theater performance of "Oz," Feb. 15-17, and the final performance of the season, "Never Too Late," May 3-4.
"An Evening With the Masters," focuses on a fast-paced choral revue of some of the greatest works by composers in America, while "Oz," is a musical based on "The Wizard of Oz."
"Never Too Late," is based on the movie of the same name featuring Connie Stevens, which was released in 1965. It tells the story of a married man in his 50s suddenly learning he is about to become a father again.