Our 2013 season!
Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, was the opening play of our celebration of Great American Plays for our 52nd season, in February.
In April we offered Thornton Wilder’s classic Our Town. Directed by actor and director Debi Freund, who just celebrated 25 years with LTM, Wilder’s play won him a Pulitzer in both fiction and drama. This beautiful production is set in a ficticious New England town where daily lives are played out . . . life, love, death.
Next, the director of last season's 1776, Joseph Keach-Longo will lead a great cast in the comedy You Can’t Take It With You by George Kaufman and Moss Hart, opening on June 7th, which also won a Pulitzer Prize. This show is appropriately sponsored by our friends at First Niagara Bank!
The summer LTM Music Revue – Songbook! will feature music from some of the most popular composers of the 20th century – Duke Ellington, Cole Porter, George and Ira Gershwin and Irving Berlin. Marge Patefield, one of LTM’s favorite musical performers, seen in the lead of Gypsy, Mame, and Anything Goes dons the director’s hat for this show which opens on August 9 for just seven performances, cabaret style (no VIP seating).
Closing out the season will be the beloved Fiddler on the Roof by Stein, Bock and Harnick opening on November 8th, with LTM newcomer, John Pike directing. Pike is well known and acclaimed in the greater Hartford area both in theaters and at the University of Hartford, Hartt School of Music.
Subscription purchases to the 2013 season are still available if you purchase tickets to You Can't Take It With You! There are three shows remaining in the 2013 season, and that's all you need to get the best prices in the house! Single tickets are always a great value, but subscriber prices are a value that can't be beat!
Pratt and Whitney, a United Technologies Company, will again be our season sponsor. Opportunities to sponsor individual shows are available, with great benefit to your business or organization! Call the box office for more information.
Important! You will want to know that Thursday night performances now begin at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday performances are at 8:00 pm, and Sunday matinées are at 2:00 pm.
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