Tag: little theatre of alexandria

Review: ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ at LTA!

By Thompson Eskew A whispery whodunit! The Little Theatre of Alexandria’s newest production invites intrigue and suspense as it follows the genius detective Hercule Poirot...

Meet the Sandys

By Thompson Eskew  As the Little Theatre of Alexandria opens its latest show “Annie: The Musical,” the ambitious production stays true-to-form with the 1977 Broadway...

Onstage, Alexandria: February 2024

By Mark Edelman It’s February now, and that means Valentine’s Day is approaching. Besides flowers, candy and dinner, how about giving that special someone the...

Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for the whole family to enjoy

By Caitlyn Meisner | [email protected] Getting multiple gifts for each person in your family can be exhausting and time-consuming, not to mention very expensive. Why...

Onstage, Alexandria

By Mark Edelman Theaters in the DMV are lit up brightly for the holidays in November and December. Check out some of these productions, live...

‘Prelude to a Kiss’ is an antidote to the quarantine blues

By Jordan Wright A nifty little romantic fantasy this way cometh from The Little Theatre of Alexandria. “Prelude to a Kiss” is the perfect antidote...

Our View: Remembering our arts roots

The 20-page City Creatives arts section that appeared in last week’s Alexandria Times is evidence of just how far our city has come as...

Little Theatre of Alexandria veteran finds purpose in performance

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] A s the lights dim in The Little Theatre of Alexandria, the crowd hums with anticipation. The energy is palpable....

‘Blue Stockings’ brings relevant, period drama to LTA

By Jordan Wright “Blue Stockings” harkens back to the late 19th century at Cambridge University at a time when women wore bloomers and didn’t have...

Alexandria Celebrates Women: ‘Blue stockings’

By Gayle Converse and Pat Miller When 17th century women’s rights advocate Margaret Brent owned much of the land upon which Alexandria sits today, she...