Footlighters has been a part of the Labor Day Celebration since 1948 when the Mayor’s wife, Haley Wood decided that Fort Bragg needed a little culture…. so she started a local theater group that built its theme around the 1890’s when Fort Bragg was booming as a logging and fishing community. The “Gas Light Gayeties” transformed into the “Fort Bragg Footlighters”.
This year’s play is once again part of the Labor Day Celebration. There are two shows that weekend, Sat. & Sun nights. Come join the fun as we Cheer the hero, Ahhhhh the heroine & Boo the villain. Photos are of last year’s production: “A Star is Born…REEEEALLY?” or “What’s a Nice Girl Like You….”
This year’s production is … Shows every Wed & Sat night. at 248 E Laurel St. Tickets $12.00. Doors open at 7:30, show starts at 8:00.
Sat. & Sun. thru Labor Day Weekend. at 248 E Laurel St. Tickets $12.00. Doors open at 7:30, show starts at 8:00.