Clue: Reading and Auditions!

The Los Alamos Little Theatre is proud to present Clue for our November show. We will be having a reading of the script on Monday, August 15, at 6 p.m., in the green room of the PAC. People interested in being involved in the show are welcome to attend. The director will be available for questions once the reading is done. All are welcome!
Auditions for Clue will be Tuesday, Aug. 16 and Wednesday, Aug. 17 from 6-8 p.m., and by appointment. Please contact Wendy Caldwell Lanchier to schedule an alternate audition time (wendykcaldwell@gmail.com). Generally the director likes to end promptly; however, because this show may be very popular, if you arrive before 7:59 p.m. you will be allowed to audition, even if the line is long. Arriving at 6 is preferred for this reason.
Note: The director is aware that there may be cast overlap between Clue and Rocky Horror Picture Show. Please do not be deterred from auditioning. We are working to accommodate each other’s schedules.

Announcing the Los Alamos Light Opera Valentine’s Show Fundraiser

I ♥ Broadway

Our long-awaited Valentine show is now The Summer of Love! Please join us for a concert-style revue of some of our favorite Broadway love songs from spectacular musicals including “Into the Woods,” “Camelot,” “The Sound of Music,” and many, many more!

Friday and Saturday, August 26th and 27th, at 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, August 28 at 2:00 p.m.

at the Performing Arts Center (1670 Nectar St.)

This is a fundraiser for Los Alamos Light Opera! There will be a silent auction, and suggested donation for the event is $20.

Annual Meeting Board Candidates

Los Alamos Little Theatre announces its Annual Membership Meeting on Saturday, June 18 at 1pm at the Performing Arts Center 1670 Nectar Street, Los Alamos, NM
Everybody is invited. Come meet your friends, make new ones, and recap a successful season after being dark for a year! 
Dues are a bargain at $5.00 and entitles you to vote for the 2022-2023 Board of Directors.  
Light snacks served.
The LALT nominating committee presents the following slate of candidates for the 2022-2023 Board of Directors:
  • Mimi Adams
  • Gretchen Amstutz
  • Wendy Caldwell
  • Kelly Dolejsi
  • John Gustafson
  • Scot Johnson
  • Sylvie Johnson
  • Kaki Kelly
  • Paul Lewis
  • Tess Light
  • Joy Reynolds
  • Craig Taylor
You will be able to vote for a maximum of seven (7) members.  Holdovers from the current board are Linda Taylor, Eric Bjorklund and Megan Pimentel.

Viewing Room Matinee to be Live Streamed

Special streaming event Sunday March 20

LALT is proud to announce a live stream pilot program for the Sunday, March 20 2pm matinée of The Viewing Room. We are offering this live stream at no cost but are happy to accept donations so that we can offer more streaming options in the future. If you participate in the live stream and would like to give feedback on what you liked and didn’t like, please email the director at wendykcaldwell@gmail.com.
Live Stream via FaceBook starting at 1:45pm.

Blithe Spirit Play Reading & Auditions


Los Alamos Little Theatre announces a play reading and open auditions for its May 2022 production of Noel Coward’s classic comedy Blithe Spirit. The play will be directed by Gwen Lewis and produced by Terry Beery.

The play reading will be held on Wednesday February 9th at 7:00 pm at the Performing Arts Center, located at 1670 Nectar St. in Los Alamos. The public is invited.

Auditions will be held Friday February 11th at 7:00 pm and Saturday February 12th at 2:00 pm at the Performing Arts Center. Actors who are interested, but unable to attend either audition session, can contact the director Gwen Lewis at glewis0@comcast.net to make alternate arrangements.

Actors are asked to prepare a short ~1-2 minute monologue for the auditions showcasing their talents. The monologue does not have to be memorized. The audition will also include readings from Blithe Spirit. A copy of the script can be downloaded here: [script] Suggested monologues can be downloaded here: [monologues]

Masks are currently required in the Performing Arts Center. Actors who are cast will need to provide proof of Covid vaccination.

Synopsis: A skeptical novelist, Charles Condomine, invites a self-proclaimed medium, Madame Arcati, to his home for a séance; hoping to gather material for a new book. When the hapless psychic accidentally summons the spirit of Condomine’s late wife, Elvira, his home and life are quickly turned into a shambles as his wife’s ghost torments both him and his new bride.   Characters: 5 women, 2 men

Charles Condomine is a wealthy, successful novelist. In order to learn about the occult, the subject of his next book, he invites an eccentric medium to conduct a séance at his quiet country home in Kent.

Ruth Condomine is Charles’s second wife. She is charming, strong willed and obsessively curious about her husband’s relationship with his deceased first wife, Elvira.

Elvira is Charles Condomine’s deceased first wife. Flirtatious, conniving and catty, she uses every trick in the book to disrupt Charles’s current marriage and torment Ruth because she wants Charles all to herself.

Madame Arcati , the psychic, is the guest of honor at the Condomine’s country home. Eccentric, effusive and boisterous. (Physical comedy required.)

Edith is the Condomine’s new maid. She is nervous and tears around at break-neck speed trying to do things right and make a good impression.

Dr. George Bradman is a good friend of the Condomines. He is entirely skeptical of anything to do with the occult, but tries his utmost to go along with the proceedings for the sake of Charles’s research.

Violet Bradman is Dr. Bradman’s wife. Simple and naive, she is quite excited about being in the presence of the medium, whom she finds fascinating.