Venue Details

101 Star Starred
The Little Theatre of Alexandria
at S Saint Asaph St 600 Wolfe Street Alexandria, VA 22314
703-683-0496
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4 blocks from King Street. Several bus routes stop on N. Washington Street.
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Coffee and simple cake would be appreciated - OK to ask $2
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3.8 average rating
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1 review
7 stars
attended Mar 02 2011

The performance was fantastic. For only one set throughout the show it did not detract. The plot was very interesting and the actors did a fantastic job and kept the audience's attention. Recommend seeing it.

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58 reviews
71 stars
attended Mar 04 2011

We always enjoy going to the LTA. The set was really interesting the way things were going on. The actors were excellent and the ending is very surprising.

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45 reviews
7 stars
attended Mar 09 2011

Well written, well staged (10 actors on a small stage), well acted; a complete ensemble piece with a superior production by Little Theater

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Website

http://www.thelittletheatre.com/

Quotes & Highlights

Don’t miss the area premiere of this baffling mystery by Don Nigro, an audience favorite at the 1st International Mystery Festival in 2007.

About the Ticket Supplier: The Little Theatre of Alexandria

Founded in 1934, The Little Theatre of Alexandria began as a small play-reading group in Old Town Alexandria under the Presidency of Miss Mary Lindsey. Full productions ensued, and in 1939 the group bought a rickety former blacksmith's shop located in Ramsey Alley, between Lee and Fairfax streets, for rehearsal space and construction of sets and costumes. Since 1934, the theatre has mounted over 300 productions.

Today, LTA is the oldest award-winning theater in the Washington metro area and one of only a few community theaters in the country with its own building and an ambitious 7-show season. Proud of their rich heritage, LTA is excited about its future. They may be a little theater, but their expectations are gigantic.