The Little Theatre of Manchester has had a long run of excellent theatrical and musical productions at the iconic Cheney Hall in Manchester. In fact, it is the oldest operating theatre in Connecticut. According to Executive Director Joyce Hodgsen and Board of Governors Chairperson Sara Logan, the 2013 season will be the best of all. LTM’s Great American Play series is in its 52nd season. Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf, Wilder’s Our Town, and the comedy You Can’t Take It With You are planned for the Winter and Spring, followed by the LTM Music Revue next summer and Fiddler on the Roof in the Fall.
Hodgsen and Logan appear as guests on Manchester Review in December. They describe the spirit and energetic creativity of LTM’s volunteers as well as the finances and the cooperative relationship between the LTM Board of Governors, the Cheney Hall Foundation and the Town.
The Little Theatre of Manchester is a non profit organization established “To foster interest in and appreciation of the performing arts; to present a wide variety of performing arts programs; to provide training for the development and perfection of skills of every phase of the dramatic arts; to present a variety of live theatre productions, concerts and other performing arts programs; and to operate Cheney Hall...”
Information about events, auditions and ticket sales and season subscriptions can be found on line at: www.cheneyhall.org.
Manchester Review: The Little Theatre can be seen Mondays in December at 9 PM on Cox PATV, channel 15. It can also be viewed on You Tube. Comments and questions are welcome at email@example.com.