Why Down in Littletown is ideal for your community:

The message of the play is southern based with images, memories, nostalgic connections with the south that are uniquely woven within a powerful story. The gritty, yet tender story, is fully accessible to the general audience. Because of the beauty of the poetry, a literary astute audience is stimulated by the language itself. Everywhere Down in Littletown has played, people leave the theatre feeling uplifted yet challenged by the powerful message of human struggle and hope.

The playwright and actor, Clayton Scott is thoroughly professional and personable. He will put on a stellar show and his working with theatre staff and community will be fun and enjoyable. In other words, he is easy to work with.

The production of the play can work in small or black box theatres.
Being that this is a one-play with a simple set, it makes for a theatre staff-friendly endeavor. Set and props are all provided. Sound and lighting is to be provided by the presenting organization.

The financial arrangement is affordable. Additionally, Arkansas non-profit presenters can apply for a grant through the Arkansas Arts Council to potentially receive a 40% subsidy for sponsoring the play for one night or multiple night showings. Clayton, at this time, does not work through a booking agency, making the cost even more affordable by not having to pay agency and management fees.

The promotions of the play will be enhanced by the fact that Clayton will come to your town early to do speaking engagements at Kiwanis, Rotary, Chamber, Lions clubs. He can do radio, newspaper and television interviews. Also, because he has years and years of experience teaching through Arts in Education, he can do programs, workshops and assemblies in local school while he is town.

To book Down in Littletown, simply send an interest and inquiry email directly to Clayton at clayton@claytonscott.com. Please provide details of where, what and when. He will call you to talk about possibilities and to negotiate pricing.

Please enjoy viewing the demo provided and excerpts of a few poems from the play.