President Karen C.Hopkins presents a check to Lt. Todd Foreman of the Bedford police department to help with Cop Camp expenses. This is the second year LTP has donated funds to the camp, allowing to expand by 20 campers.

Karen C. Hopkins and Lisa Butler attend Cop Camp graduation picnic

Karen Hopkins, Little Town Players President presents April Cheek-Messier, President of the National D-Day Memorial Foundation, with a donation from the Little Town Players.  The group requested that the donation go toward  the John Robert “Bob” Slaughter bust campaign.  Slaughter was the founder of the Memorial and a D-Day veteran who served with Company D of the 116th Infantry Regiment of the 29th Division.  “We are so grateful to the Little Town Players for their support,” said Cheek-Messier. “It is because of organizations like Little Town Players that we can continue to provide services that educate others on the lessons and legacy of World War II.”

Little Town Players is so proud to announce our 2014 Scholarship recipient

Dylan Toms

Dylan has appeared on the LTP stage as Joe in “9 to 5: The Musical” and Tulsa in “Gypsy” along with numerous Liberty High School and community productions.  Dylan is currently a freshman at George Mason University, where he was offered a full tuition scholarship as a University Scholar; he also made the Dean’s List at the end of his first semester.  During his first semester, Dylan was featured as Jasper in GMU’s production of “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” and is a running member of The Mason Players.  Dylan is working on a dual major in both Vocal and Theatre Performance and has been offered the role of Major General in the Spring production of “Pirates of Penzance.”  In the spirit of giving back, Dylan is also sharing his knowledge and talents as a teaching artist at Acting For Young People.  We could not ask for a better representation of our theatre and our community than what we have in Mr. Toms.  Congratulations, Dylan!





 President Karen C. Hopkins presents Bedford Police

Chief Todd Foreman with a check for $500.

The donation will allow 20 additional campers to attend this years Cop Camp.

Past President Karen C. Hopkins presents Bob Humphreys, trustee of Bedford Elks Lodge 2844 with a check towards Virginia Elks Youth Camp.

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Little Town Players, along with many Central Virginia theatre organizations, was shocked to hear about the sudden passing of Mark W. Foreman on June 17, 2022. Mark had been a part of our theatre for several years, debuting as Tevye in “Fiddler on the Roof” in 2009. Mark not only was a commanding presence onstage, he also made indelible contributions offstage. He served on our Board of Directors beginning in 2019 and chaired our Playreading Committee for two seasons. He also directed six musicals here: "Promises, Promises" and "She Loves Me" in 2017, "My Fair Lady" in 2019, "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" and "I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change" in 2021, and most recently, "The Secret Garden" which closed less than a week ago. We are forever grateful that Mark gave so much of his time and heart to Little Town Players. Our thoughts are with his family at this time.