The Las Vegas Little Theater is a community theater in Southern Nevada and is the oldest operational one of its kind in the valley. The theater was first established back in 1978 and has been in operating now for over four decades.
The amateur Theater company was designed by the community, for the community, and provides a close-knit feel for visitors who attend its numerous events.
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The Theater’s popularity has continued to attract theater lovers from all over the region. The different performances are held at either the Mainstage or the Blackbox. At the Mainstage, performances are held on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 8pm. Additional performances are showcased on every second weekend from 2pm.
On the other hand, show’s at the Blackbox are held between Thursday and Saturday from 8pm, and on Sundays from 2pm. Tickets are available, and prices vary slightly for adults, students, and seniors. Las Vegas Little Theater subscribers get discounted admission rates.
Alternatively, guests may purchase a season pass to get admission for all of the season’s shows. Ticket holders who opt for the season pass also enjoy the perks of renewing their seats for the next year, before the opportunity is afforded to the public. Another advantage for season ticket holders is the liberal exchange policy in case you cannot make it to the show.
Las Vegas Little Theater also hosts the Vegas Fringe Festival every year. This is a two-weekend event that includes an exciting lineup of both new and existing plays. The popular festival also includes performances of 90 minutes or less, with each show performed several times during the festival. All seating at the festival is general admission, with ticket options that include a single ticket or a festival pass that covers all of the shows.