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"My first show at LNT was Lost in Yonkers-so it holds a special place. Backstage waiting to go on as Bella-Why was the audience in tears from laughing at my two nephews on stage? Turns out, they had put their preset shirts, ties and sweaters on backwards!"

-Maura O"Brien, Actor, Member Actors Equity Assoc.

Shows

Welcome to our 2014 Season, a perfect mix of comedy, drama, and music (sometimes all in one show)! 2014 will reunite you with many of your favorite artists – and introduce a few new faces too. 

And Welcome to our new, fully integrated, website! Just “click” on the show, program, or package you are interested in, and the option to buy those tickets, register for that class, or purchase that subscription is right there on the same page.

Mainstage

Apr 10 - Apr 27
$10 - $60

Our Town By Thornton Wilder

75 years after its debut, this Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece is still deeply affecting, a celebration of ordinariness & small town life in 3 acts: “Daily Life”/ “Love & Marriage” / “Death & Eternity.” "... All of Wilder's work is intelligent, and often moving, as well as funny … Our Town is the greatest American play ever written." — Edward Albee

Mainstage

May 08 - May 18
$10 - $30

The Last 5 Years By Jason Robert Brown

An intensely personal look at the relationship between a writer and an actress told from both points of view. Named “Top Ten Best Show” by Time. Stars Mary McNulty and Aaron Aubrey. "one of Broadway's smartest and most sophisticated songwriters since Stephen Sondheim” — Philadelphia Inquirer

Mainstage

Jun 12 - Jun 29
$10 - $30

Durang Bang By Christopher Durang

Comedy Gold recipe: showcase several Durang short plays, take people & plots from Chekhov, Williams, et al, add dash of Greek Tragedy, put in blender with a shot of Here & Now and mix! From the 2013 Tony Winner for Best Play. Durang’s off-beat, outrageous & hilarious work is simply: "Deliriously Funny” - NY Times

Mainstage

Jul 10 - Jul 27
$10 - $30

Blues in The Night By Sheldon Epps

Review celebrating great jazz and blues from the 1920s and '30s. The universal language of the blues wails out full & strong. 26 hot & torchy tunes tell the sweet, sexy and sorrowful tales of three women with the lying, cheating, snake of a man who done them wrong. Music is by Bessie Smith, Ida Cox, Duke Ellington, Harold Arlen & others.

Theater For Kids by Kids

Aug 02 - Aug 02
$ - $

Red! By The Brothers Grimm

Original presentation of the classic LIttle Red Riding Hood tale from The Brothers Grimm incorporating choral speaking, physical theater, musical bits, and broad characterizations. An Ensemble performance from aspiring professionals age 9 & up. Tickets will go on sale in June.

Theater For Kids by Kids

Aug 15 - Aug 17
$ - $

Peter Pan Jr! By JM Barrie

The magic of JM Barrie’s tale of childhood, love, and adventure – complete with pirates, Hook, fairies, mermaids, comedy, clowning and puppets is brought to life onstage in Disney's musical theater adaptation by aspiring professionals age 12 to 21. Tickets will go on sale in June.

Mainstage

Sep 18 - Oct 19
$10 - $30

The 39 Steps By Patrick Barlow from an original concept by Simon Corble & Nobby Dimon

A Hitchcock masterpiece + a juicy spy novel + Monty Python + romance + old-timey stage-craft x a ridiculously talented cast of 4 = The 39 Steps. A fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theater! Nonstop laughs, with over 150 zany characters "Theater at its Finest” — NY Times “Ingenious! A Dizzy Delight” — Daily News (Runs in rep with Comedy of Errors, with most actors in both shows - including fan fav’s Eric Love and Christopher Scheer.)

Mainstage

Sep 25 - Oct 19
$10 - $30

Comedy of Errors By William Shakespeare

2 sets of twins, separated at birth, are reunited.But only after a Rube Goldberg of mistaken identities, witty dialogue, puns & plot-twists. "Rowdy Fun” — The Guardian (Runs in rep with Comedy of Errors, with most actors in both shows - including fan fav’s Eric Love and Christopher Scheer.)

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