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Little Theatre Off Broadway
3981 Broadway
Grove City, OH

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Comedies & Dramas
$15 Adults
$12 Seniors (60+)
$10 Students
$10 Thrifty Thursdays
$17 Adults
$15 Seniors (60+)
$13 Students
$13 Thrifty Thursdays
Show Times:
Fri. & Sat, 8:00 PM
Thrifty Thu, 7:30 PM
Sun, 3:00 PM*
Thu show: only 2nd/3rd wks

2019-2020 Season
** = ALTERED Schedule
You Can't Take It With You
Opens: 08/09/2019
Closes: 08/25/2019  
06/23/2019 &

The Haunting of Hill House
Opens: 09/27/2019
Closes: 10/13/2019  
08/11/2019 &

The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical
Opens: 11/08/2019
Closes: 11/24/2019  
09/22/2019 &

Opens: 01/17/2020
Closes: 02/02/2020  
11/10/2019 &

Smell of the Kill
Opens: 02/28/2020
Closes: 03/15/2020  
01/19/2020 &

Bonnie and Clyde
Opens: 04/17/2020
Closes: 05/03/2020  
02/16/2020 &

<<< Little Theatre Off Broadway Proudly Presents Its 2006-07 Season >>>
Book by Roger O. Hirson
Lyrics and Music by Stephen Schwartz
August 4 - August 26, 2006

The man 'born to be King' or rather Emperor, has a problem - boredom. Pippin, eldest son of Charlemagne, longed to discover the secret of true happiness and fulfillment. He sought it in the glories of the battlefield, the temptations of the flesh and the intrigues of political power (after disposing of his father King Charlemagne the Great). In the end, he found it in the simple pleasures of home and family. This brilliant score is set in the dazzling court of the 8th Century Holy Roman Emperor.
Written by Thornton Wilder
Directed by Bob Weesner
September 15 - October 7, 2006

This winner of the Pulitzer Prize is perennially one of the most popular selections in theatre. Our Town is a play about simple life, ordinary events, learning to not take life for granted, and treasuring every moment of every day. While the time period is over 100 years ago, some things never change; life begins with birth and ends with death and we all share some common events in between the beginning and the end.
Written by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin, Jr.
Directed by Mark Sartor
October 27 - November 18, 2006

The F.A.H.E.T.G.D.S. ladies mount yet another assault on the classics with a startlingly original production of Macbeth staged to get them to the Welwyn Garden City Finals. Under the carefully mascara'd eye of adjudicator George Peach, all events conspire hilariously against them.
Written by Robin Hawdon
Directed by CJ Jamison
January 12 - February 3, 2006

A man wakes up in the bridal suite on his wedding morning to find an attractive girl in bed beside him. In the depths of a stag night hangover, he can't even remember meeting her. Before he can get her out, his bride to be arrives to dress for the wedding and, in the ensuing panic, the girl is locked in the bathroom. The crisis escalates to nuclear levels which include the bestman, mother of the bride and the chamber maid. It's a combination of riotous farce and touching love story.
Written by William Inge
Directed by Jim Dippel
February 23 - March 17, 2007

In the middle of a howling snowstorm, a bus out of Kansas City pulls up at a cheerful roadside diner. All roads are blocked, and four or five weary travelers are going to have to hole up until morning. Cherie, a nightclub chanteuse is pursued by a twenty-one year old cowboy. As a counterpoint to the main romance, the proprietor of the cafe and the bus driver find time to develop a friendship of their own; a middle-aged scholar comes to terms with himself; and a young girl who works in the cafe gets her first taste of romance.
Book by Joseph Stein
Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
Music by Jerry Bock
Directed by Lisa Napier-Garcia
April 20 - May 12, 2007

The heart-warming story of the dairyman Tevye, his family and the village of Anatevka in Czarist Russia where faith and love inspire a generation. One of the most successful and long-running musicals of all time, including such favorite songs as: "If I Were a Rich Man", "Matchmaker, Matchmaker", "Tradition" and "Sunrise Sunset". The year is 1905 and a Jewish community in Tsarist Russia is trying to eke out a living in its shtetl in the village of Anatevka. Tevye is a milkman who has a personal relationship with God in whom he confides all. He strives, very hard, to keep up the traditions of his faith, race and culture. He has five daughters, itself a problem but what is more pressing is trying to find husbands for the eldest three.

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