Patty Thayer Artists, Comedy, Education, Shows & Events

The Foreigner will keep you laughing from start to finish!

Tickets are absolutely flying out the door for The Foreigner! This crazy Larry Shue comedy about “a foreigner, who ain’t really a foreigner” will have you in stitches! Audiences leapt to their feet after every show last weekend and we’re looking forward to five more hilarious performances this weekend and next. You can buy your tickets online, and if I were you, I’d do it right NOW! But if you find your preferred performance is already sold-out, don’t despair! Our waiting list is the best deal in town. Show up at the theatre about an hour before show time and give the box office your name. At show time, we’ll seat as many folks as we’re able and we can almost always squeeze you in to see a show!

The Foreigner

Courtesy of Jamie Foster Photography

That’s just a tiny taste of what you’ll see onstage at the Little Theatre this weekend and next. For the full 2-act, 4-course meal, you’ll just have to come on down and buy a ticket!  Ya’ll come…ye heah?!  (More photos by the wonderful Jamie Foster are available to view on our website.)

Tony TaylorThis Saturday, Tony Taylor will lead the very first Alexander Technique workshop at the Little Theatre! The workshop has limited space so reserve your slot today to ensure you don’t miss out. Tony has taught Alexander Technique to actors and other performers for more than 15 years in both Europe and the USA. He taught for several years in the actor training program at the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts in California, as well as coaching actors for specific performances at PCPA Theaterfest, including Our Town and Much Ado About Nothing. We’re thrilled to have Tony coming to the Little Theatre for a one-day workshop on the Alexander Technique this Saturday, November 7 at 10 am. Check out more about Tony on our website and sign up for the workshop today!


When the Rain Stops Falling
by Andrew Bovell
Directed by Rosh Wright

November 20-21
Fri @ 7 pm, Sat @ 2 pm & 7 pm

“Bovell…has created a quietly spellbinding puzzle of a universe that is as stealthily thrilling and defiantly mystical as it is catastrophically melancholy.” – Newsday