I come from New York City theatre people, and when I moved to Warner Robins several years ago I was excited to hear there was a great community theatre in town. However, I've been to several shows and have decided to make the drive to Macon Little Theatre from now on. WRLT appears to cast the same untalented people over and over. I don't know if this is due to lack of participation but it makes for very bad theatre.
The final straw for me was "No Sex Please, We're British" in which over half the cast slipped in and out of terrible British accents the whole time and the two lead characters took lessons from the Disney/Nickelodeon school of overacting. (Frances, darling, a note: if you emphasize EVERY other WORD, it LOSES all EFFECT and ISN'T very FUNNY.) I guess on the bright side they're not terribly expensive.
I am very pleased and proud that Warner Robins has an active and thriving community theatre. It has been in existence for 43 years...and is completely debt free. Not many cities can boast a theatre that produces five shows each year and manages to stay remain self-supporting by offering a broad range of theatre that will appeal to a wide audience...thanks to a great city and its citizens.