The Charlotte Players, the county’s oldest performing arts organization, has been putting on performances for more than half a century, most often at the Cultural Center of Charlotte County Theater. During that time, the organization has attracted more than 100 members and a large base of season- ticket holders who appreciate the opportunity to see live theater.
In these economic times, nonprofits like the Players have to stay nimble to be successful. That agility is evident in a Jan. 4-5 show titled “Charles Lindbergh: The Lone Eagle,” which will be staged at the historic courthouse in Punta Gorda.
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