The Fine Thyme Theatre Company (FTTC) is pleased to announce that three long-standing members have been honoured with Life Member status.
This announcement was made at a recent members evening and applauds these individuals for their outstanding contributions to FTTC over many years. Kelly Keenan, Jane Preston and Liz Harris have been instrumental in driving live theatre in Cromwell for the last 15 years having held positions both on and off stage.
“We are delighted to be able to honour these wonderful people for their continued dedication, hard work and passion for the performing arts,” says Katie Lindsay, President of FTTC. “The success of FTTC relies on our volunteers. To be giving time and energy year after year is outstanding and we are so pleased that we had the opportunity to recognise and thank them for their commitment.”
The three new Life Members join the ranks with Debbie Turpen, Ross Hansen, and the late and much-loved Joan Hilary.
The FTTC is an active non-profit group that has been bringing performance art to Cromwell since 2003, with its history stretching back all the way to 1973. Their most recent production, Shortland Street – The Musical attracted audiences from across the region and was met with great enthusiasm.
“We are always looking for more people to join our group,” says Katie. “If you are interested in community theatre, please get in touch.”