In honor of its 100 years of theatre, Tacoma Little Theatre is going back in time. Each show this season has been on the TLT stage in the last century. The season starts with the hysterical and timely comedy, “The Foreigner” (produced 2002), then the bewitching classic, “Bell, Book and Candle” (produced 1960), followed by the holiday classic, “Scrooge! The Musical” (produced 1984). The second half of the season begins with Ibsen’s controversial tale, “A Doll’s House” (produced 1935), and then Sondheim’s classic, “A Little Night Music” (produced 1997), followed by the noir based murder mystery, “Laura” (produced 1947), and closing with Noel Coward’s side-splitting, “Hay Fever.”
TLT has taken delight in picking a season that celebrates titles you may know, but maybe haven’t seen in a very long time. TLT’s production teams are already beginning to plan for each of their shows, and they can’t wait to bring each one to life.
Season tickets and FLEX passes are now available by visiting www.tacomalittletheatre.com, calling (253) 272-2281, or coming in person to the box office (Tues. through Fri. 1-6 p.m.). Season tickets range in price from $120-$145 and FLEX passes are $135. Single tickets are on sale now.
For information, visit www.tacomalittletheatre.com.