|Photos by Jamie Foster Photography
For the second year in a row, the Little Theatre will be participating in Children’s Day in the Plaza with Passport to the Arts in Mission Plaza. Many different arts groups will be on hand with activities for kids, including the SLO Symphony’s Musical Petting Zoo, Chalk pavement drawing with Cal Poly Arts and performances by a variety of local dance and music groups. Education Director Kerry DiMaggio and some of our Academy of Creative Theatre students will be performing an “Improv” demonstration on the amphitheater stage at 12:45 pm and the Little Theatre will offer a DIY Costume Photo Booth throughout the event. We’ll provide the costumes and props for kids to pretend with, and parents will provide the cameras! If you’ve got kids or grandkids, come on down to Mission Plaza and enjoy the fun this Saturday, April 11th from 10 am-3 pm. See you there!
“A human comedy that strikes home so sharply it brings gasps of recognition as well as outbursts of laughter.” – Newsweek
Get ready for the third installment in our series of late night comedies! THE SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF INTELLIGENT LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE opens next Friday, April 17th at 9:30 pm, immediately following a 7 pm performance of Time Stands Still. Actress Suzy Newman will take on this amazing one-woman-show by Jane Wagner, made famous by Lily Tomlin on Broadway.
In the words of Jane Wagner:
“Reality is the leading cause of stress amongst those in touch with it.”
So, don’t stress out! Grab a glass of wine at the bar and settle in for a healthy dose of comedy at After Hours @slotheatre. SEARCH FOR SIGNS runs for two weekends only, April 17-26, so don’t wait too long to get your tickets. They’ll be gone before you know it. You can find out more about the show HERE and get your tickets today right HERE.
Happy Hump Day, everyone, and I’ll see you at the Little Theatre very soon.