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The Little Theatre of Alexandria
at S Saint Asaph St. 600 Wolfe Street Alexandria, VA 22314
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45 events
30 reviews
9 stars
4 blocks from King Street. Several bus routes stop on N. Washington Street.
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1 review
0 stars
Coffee and simple cake would be appreciated - OK to ask $2
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"Caught in the Net"
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4.7 average rating
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Amy T Red Velvet
248 events
67 reviews
33 stars
attended Sep 25 2013

Very enjoyable evening, though Act 2 could have been tighter. A great community theatre production!

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54 events
41 reviews
4 stars
attended Sep 11 2013

Very fun night at the theatre seeing a farce I had never heard of before. The actors were great; the direction was stellar. The audience was clearly delighted by this show judging from the uproarious laughter that filled the theater the night we...continued

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Sometimes too critical Red Velvet
64 events
27 reviews
9 stars
attended Sep 27 2013

This production of a slapstick comedy involving marital deception is community theatre at its best. The chief appeal of this genre is the exquisite timing of the actors' contretemps and their delivery of broad facial and vocal expressions that...continued

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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.