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Few small communities have experienced the quality ofter/Desktop/Web%20sites/neuselittletheatre/web-content/2017-18brochure.pdf local theatre that has graced Johnston County’s stages since the Neuse Little Theatre's first show in 1974. From Neil Simon to Rogers & Hammerstein, from Spoon River Anthology to Always A Bridesmaid, we've striven to delight young and old alike. After years of traveling from pillar to post in search of a home, the Neuse Little Theatre today has a place to call its own: the former American Legion Hut overlooking the Neuse River in Downtown Smithfield. Come join us as we launch our 43rd season!

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a Hometown Heritage site
updated 2-17-18

Our 44th season!

A scene from "1940s Radio Christmas Carol," presented in November. Click here for more pictures from recent shows.

Click here for information about our current show: Agatha Christie's "Witness for the Prosecution," on stage Feb. 16-18, 23-24.

Click here for audition information for our next show, "Walking Across Egypt," to be presented in April.

Click here for a brochure about our 44th season (2017-18).

Our home base is affectionately known as "The Hut" – the former American Legion log cabin at the corner of Front Street and US 70 Business (Market Street) in Smithfield, North Carolina. (For GPS users, the physical address is 104 South Front Street.)