JULY 8th & 11th at 7:00pm
This “HIT”larious comedy is 80 minutes of non-stop laughter!  “Fannie Lou Harper” and “Jimmie Tate” battle life, love and each other, as they conquer Silver Southern Singles, an online dating site for people “of age”. If you like a funny and fun romantic comedy, then you will love “Cupid’s Arrow”! This comical showdown of the sexes will have you cheering for our unlikely couple as they discover the wacky, wonderful world of falling in love!    ALL SEATS "PAY WHAT YOU CAN! 
The Footlights Theatre is thrilled to announce “BECOMING MISTER ROGERS” starring Paul Lally- the Director, Writer of the iconic show and longtime friend of Fred Rogers -will take to our stage for TWO SHOWS ONLY, July 9th and 10th at 7:30pm. This multi-media show will give you an up-close and personal look “behind the scenes” of Mister Rogers Neighborhood and Fred Rogers from the man who was spent over a decade bringing this childhood classic show to life. The evening will conclude with a talkback (Q&A) with Mr. Lally. TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW by calling the box office at (207) 747-5434. All seats are $25.00 for this very special, intimate evening with Mister Rogers- and the man who knew him best!

Paul Lally has over forty years of experience writing, producing, and directing for PBS and commercial television. His PBS screenwriting credits include a screenplay for American Playhouse, and episodic writing for Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. His commercial television writing credits include two screenplays for Walt Disney Productions, Red Riding Hood and Hansel and Gretel. His national television directing credits include Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood and the Disney Channel’s “Salute to Walt Disney Music”. His PBS credits include the longest running cooking series in America; Ciao Italia with Mary Ann Esposito, an Italian how-to cooking series, where he is the executive producer. His on-camera hosting and narration for children’s television series include Gather ‘Round, Gather ‘Round Again, and Teletales. His narration orchestral performance pieces include Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soldat with the Pittsburgh Symphony and Tripp/Kleinsingers’ Tubby the Tuba with the Baltimore Symphony. His broadcasting awards include three regional Emmys, two CINE Gold Eagles, two New York International Film and Television Festival Gold Medals, and a Corporation for Public Broadcasting Silver Award. He has written eight published novels. He has a Master’s Degree in Journalism and Communication and has taught college level courses in screenwriting and television production at the University of New Hampshire, and the New Hampshire Art Institute.