Looking Back On Our Season

What a truly spectacular season we’ve had with Little Show Stoppers in 2023-2024! From the very first rehearsal to our final bow, it’s been a whirlwind of laughter, learning, and unforgettable memories.

One of the highlights of our season was the opportunity for everyone to forge new friendships. Whether it was bonding over shared lines, harmonizing in song, or simply sharing a snack break, our cast members embraced the chance to connect with each other in a supportive and creative environment.






Of course, no rehearsal with Little Show Stoppers would be complete without a healthy dose of shenanigans! From impromptu dance parties to hilarious improvisation games, or even creating our own crowns, our rehearsal room was always buzzing with energy and laughter.



Our holiday production, “The Truth About Christmas,” was a festive performance that audiences young and old could enjoy. With characters like Buff Santa, Fancy Frosty, Rude-Alph, and a Traumatized Gingerbread Cookie, it was a joyful celebration of the season that left everyone with a heart full of holiday cheer.





But the fun didn’t stop there! Our final performance of “Once Upon a Mattress,” a delightful twist on “The Princess and the Pea,” showcased the incredible talent and adaptability of our entire cast. Despite some unexpected changes along the way, every performer rose to the occasion with grace and enthusiasm, delivering performances that were both polished and full of heart.

I couldn’t be prouder of each and every member of our Little Show Stoppers family. Your dedication, creativity, and passion for the stage have made this season one for the books. As we look ahead to the upcoming season, I’m filled with excitement and anticipation for all the opportunities and adventures that lie ahead.

Thank you for entrusting your children to us and for being part of the magic of Little Show Stoppers. Here’s to many more years of laughter, friendship, and show-stopping performances!

See you all next Season!

Jill Jackson

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