Tacoma Little Theatre has announced its 101st season of theatre beginning in September. TLT is calling this season “A Season of Firsts,” because it truly is. All the shows that are part of the season have never been performed on the TLT stage.
The season starts with a touching comedy about life and death, “Calendar Girls;” then “Evil Dead: The Musical,” a creepy and campy show based on the 80’s cult classic horror movie will bring a “splatter zone” just in time for Halloween; “Holmes for the Holidays,” a new holiday comedy mystery from author Ken Ludwig; a world premiere new work that TLT was selected to present by the American Association of Community Theatre, “Shattering;” the Broadway classic “A Chorus Line;” a brand new script based on the Academy Award winning film “Terms of Endearment;” and finally, just in time for an election season, “The Manchurian Candidate.” As a special bonus for TLT family audiences, TLT will present a new show, “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” during the holiday season.
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 (Tuesday-Friday, 1-6 p.m.). Season tickets range from $120-$145 and FLEX passes are $135.