Season tickets for Lakeside Little Theatre’s six-play season go on sale on September 10 and 11, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the theater.
The price, which includes membership and an invite to the Kick-Off party on September 21, is still only 1,000 pesos. Single tickets for the plays are 200 pesos and the musical costs 250 pesos.
Season ticket holders may also share their tickets and/or change their nights for a performance with sufficient notice.
LLT’s 49th season begins in early October with an adaptation of the movie “Local Hero,” written and directed by Neal Checkoway; followed in November by the Tony-winning classic “The Heiress,” which is currently being revived on Broadway, directed by Roseann Wilshere.
“Over the River and Through the Woods,” a poignant and witty tale about family and what we endure to keep them close, directed by Ann Swistion, is the December show.
The New Year sees “Blood Relations,” a fascinating retelling of the Lizzie Borden story as seen from the protagonist’s point of view, directed by Lynn Phelan.
“Hooray for Hollywood!,” a joyous tribute to the golden music of Hollywood, directed by Barbara Clippinger, hits the stage in February. The musical director is Patteye Simpson and choreography is by Alexis Hoff.
Rounding out the season is “Social Security,” a sophisticated comedy about mothers and daughters set in New York, directed by Phil Shepherd.
The plays run from October through April 6. Opening Night is now Fridays at 7:30 p.m., with an invitation to join the cast after the show for a drink. LLT will be dark (no performance) on the first Monday after opening night. The box office is open 10 a.m. to noon everyday, except Sunday, starting on the Wednesday before opening night and one hour before all performances, until the entire show is sold out. Sunday matinee only is at 3 p.m.