Self-Serving, Yes . . . But It Will Make You Very Happy, I Promise!

A subscription to Little Theatre of Manchester is the perfect gift . . . inexpensive - and - truly quality productions!

So, the family and friends have given you their holiday wish lists (and you gasped in shock) or they've told you 'really, I don't need anything' . . . which is what we all would love to hear.

Well, for something delightful, inexpensive, exhilirating, inspiring, thought-provoking, with free parking and inexpensive treats and drinks to boot . . . consider a subscription to Little Theatre of Manchester.

The 2013 season has been announced and we're celebrating Great American Plays!  On the schedule are Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Our Town, You Can't Take it With You, The LTM Music Revue - Songbook, and finishing up with Fiddler on the Roof!

You can't go wrong!  There's something for everyone, and purchasing by subscription can save you as much as 47% over single ticket prices.

And . . . yes, there are more advantages . . . if you give a subscription to someone and they don't like a particular show (our turn to gasp!), they can give the tickets to someone else as a gift – and now they look like a really great friend!

So, before you go buying another tie for Dad, a sweater for Mom, an iPad for your nephew (yikes!), or a box of candy for your Aunt (which she really didn't need anyway), think about a subscription to LTM!

Call us at 860-647-9824, Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., or check us out on the web at cheneyhall.org and on Facebook too!

Oh, and one more thing . . . our Thursday night shows are moving to 7:30 p.m. this year, so maybe that's an advantage to someone!

Come Play With Us!

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