SEP. 9 – 30, 2017
It’s 1948 in the Deep South just prior to the civil rights movement. The wealthy, strong-willed, Daisy Wertham, is a Jewish woman living in a WASP-dominated community. Hoke, a dignified, unemployed black man is hired as her chauffeur. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play spans their complex 25-year relationship to show that friendships are found in even the most unlikely circumstances.
OCT. 21 – NOV. 11, 2017
Winner of the 2013 Tony Award for Best Play, this story follows middle-aged siblings, Vanya and Sonia, who live together in present day Bucks County, Pennsylvania in the only home they have ever known. Without warning, their sister, Masha, who happens to be a movie star, stops in for a visit with her much younger boyfriend, Spike. Hilarity ensues as this kooky clan works out their differences about potentially selling the family home.
DEC. 1 – 16, 2017
LTA rings in the holiday season with a return of the classic by Charles Dickens. Ebenezer Scrooge, a miserable Victorian humbug, travels with ghostly guides through Christmas past, present, and future to find the true meaning of the holidays. Complete with special effects, Victorian carols and Tiny Tim.
JAN. 13 – FEB. 3, 2018
Based on the classic novel by L.M. Montgomery, this heartwarming musical takes place at the turn of the century, when a family decides to adopt an orphan boy for help on their farm, Green Gables. The “boy” turns out to be Anne Shirley, who quickly charms her new home and community with her fun spirit and comical adventures. A musical for the entire family.
FEB. 24 – MAR. 17, 2018
From the writer of the critically acclaimed Netflix drama, The Crown, playwright Peter Morgan takes you behind the scenes of Buckingham Palace. For the past 60 years, Queen Elizabeth has met with each of her 12 prime ministers in private, weekly meetings at Buckingham Palace. Both parties of the meetings agree to never repeat what is said in these private “audiences.” Join us as we peer into the woman behind the crown and the moments that have formed the modern monarchy.
APR. 21 – MAY 12, 2018
Imaginary friends can be whoever — or whatever — you want them to be, even a six and a half-foot tall rabbit. When Elwood starts introducing his imaginary rabbit friend, Harvey, to guests at a party, his sister can no longer tolerate his inebriated antics and worries about her family being exposed to this imaginary rabbit. However, after years of living with Elwood (and Harvey), she begins to start seeing him herself.
JUN. 2 – 23, 2018
It’s 1930s New York, a time when it was easy to “play gay,” but dangerous to be gay. A headliner called “The Nance” was usually played by a straight man who would portray a campy homosexual in musical vaudeville parodies. However, in this play, Chauncey Miles not only plays a gay man but is a homosexual himself. The Nance will take you into the wild world of burlesque and tell the backstage story of Chauncey and his fellow performers. Winner of three Tony Awards.
JUL.22 – AUG.12, 2017
This musical is so much fun, it should be illegal! Meet Elle Woods — a fun, fabulous, fashionista who has it all, that is until her boyfriend dumps her to attend Harvard Law School. Based on the much-loved movie, this modern musical will take you on a journey of self-discovery with Elle, all while enjoying the ridiculously playful and entertaining song-and-dance numbers.
BOX OFFICE INFORMATION
Tuesday – Friday 1pm – 7pm
Weekend hours (during performances only)
Saturday 1pm – 4pm and 7pm – 9pm
Sunday 1pm – 4pm
LTA holds public performances Wednesday through Saturday at 8pm and Sundays at 3pm. Show times for A Christmas Carol are different from main stage shows. See performance schedules HERE.
If you find you are unable to use your ticket for a performance you can: exchange your ticket for another performance date (see below), give it to a friend to enjoy, or donate it back to the theatre as a tax-deductible contribution.
If you arrive after the performance has begun you will be seated at the discretion of the House Manager.
Musicals: $27 (Wednesday, Thursday), $32 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
Plays: $19 (Wednesday, Thursday), $22 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
A Christmas Carol: $17
Prices do not include phone and web service fees. There are no service fees if tickets are purchased at the Box Office. All patrons over the age of two must purchase a ticket.
Exchanges are free for subscribers and members. Exchanges are permitted if processed at least 24 hours before the date of the original tickets and can only be made within the same show (subject to availability). For public tickets, a fee of $3 per ticket, plus the difference in ticket price (if applicable) will be charged. Subscribers also pay the difference in ticket price if exchanging their tickets to a more expensive performance.
LTA does not issue refunds for unused tickets. All ticket sales are final. There are no refunds for season subscriptions once the season has begun.
Group discounts are available on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday performances for groups of 15 or more. The group discount is $3 off the regular ticket price and must be reserved with the Box Office by phone or in person. Group discounts cannot be processed online.
Limited Mobility Patrons
• A wheelchair accessible ramp is located at the front of the building.
• Two wheelchair accessible spaces (O100 and O101) and three transfer seats with adjustable armrests (C1, F1, J1) are available per performance (subject to availability).
• An accessible restroom is available on the first floor of the building.
Hearing Impaired Patrons
• Hearing assistant headsets are available at the Box Office for each performance.
• ASL interpreted performances are available, by request, with at least 3 weeks’ notice. Contact the Box Office directly to make a request.
• Script loans are available for most shows and can be made available upon request through the LTA Business Office. Please request this in advance.
Vision Impaired Patrons
• Large print playbills are available upon request for each performance.
One handicap accessible parking space is located on St Asaph Street next to LTA’s courtyard.
If LTA cancels a show because of weather, it will do so no later than three hours before curtain time. If LTA cancels a show, patrons holding tickets for the cancelled show have three options: 1) reschedule for another day; 2) receive a refund for the original purchase price of the tickets; or 3) convert the purchased tickets into a tax-exempt donation to LTA. For questions about the theatre’s operating status, call 703-683-0496.
If the theater does not cancel its performance, but foul weather keeps a patron from attending the show, the unused ticket can be used at a future production of that show on a standby basis only.