Los Alamos Little Theatre members gathered for a work party Saturday, July 14 to perform maintenance on the grounds around the Performing Arts Center. LALT manages the PAC for Los Alamos County and is responsible for upkeep on some aspects of the building and grounds. The LALT team trimmed trees, pulled weeds, laid down wire mesh to prevent skunks from burrowing under the building, and replaced 16 old, degraded railroad ties that were part of the landscaping. LALT Board member Dave Olivas organized the work party and his wife, Mary Lou, provided lunch for the volunteer workers.
The Los Alamos Little Theatre Board of Directors announces its officers for the 2018-19 season. They are:
President – John Cullinan
Vice President – David Olivas
Treasurer – Eric Bjorklund
Secretary – John Gustafson
LALT will hold two work parties this summer to get the building and grounds in shape for our 75th anniversary season. Please come out and help if you can.
The first work party will be held on Saturday July 14th, starting at 9:00am, and will focus on the exterior of the PAC. The work party will include removal of dead trees, pruning of branches, removal of weeds, and general landscaping.
The second work party will be held on Saturday August 11th, and will focus on the interior of the PAC. Work will be targeted on cleanup of the prop room and the costume area, in addition to general maintenance tasks. Emphasis will be placed on maintaining emergency egress lanes in the PAC
LALT maintains an extensive script library, located in the office at the Performing Arts Center. A catalog of our scripts is available on the Downloads page, in both Excel and PDF formats.
Los Alamos Little Theatre will hold auditions for its September production of Lauren Gunderson’s Silent Sky, directed by John Cullinan and produced by John Gustafson. Auditions will take place Saturday, June 23rd, at 2 p.m. and Sunday, June 24th, at 7 p.m. Both sessions will take place at the Performing Arts Center, 1670 Nectar St., Los Alamos. Appointments for auditions outside of the above times can be made, if the director’s schedule allows. Auditions by appointment must be completed before June 26th. Please contact John Cullinan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On October 5, 2018, Los Alamos Little Theatre and the Los Alamos Public Library will co-present a free, community-wide Read- & Singalong of a classic American musical. Help us choose which one by taking this quick, 10-question survey.
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LALT held its annual meeting on Sunday June 10 and conducted it’s Board of Directors election. I am pleased to announce that the Board members for 2018-19 are: Eric Bjorklund, Gracie Cainelli, John Cullinan, Ian Foti-Landis, John Gustafson, Cindy Hines, Paul Lewis, David Olivas, Holly Robinson, and Patrick Webb. The Board will elect its officers for the upcoming season at the July board meeting. Thanks to outgoing Board members Jeanne Adkins, Tom Farish, Ken Milder, Paige Ramsey, and Bobbie Simpson for their service this past year.
Los Alamos Little Theatre invites all interested persons to attend its Annual Membership Meeting on Sunday June 10, 2018. A free lunch will be provided starting at 1:00 pm and the business portion of the meeting will begin at 2:00 pm. The meeting will be held at the Performing Arts Center, located at 1670 Nector St in Los Alamos. Continue reading
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Los Alamos Little Theatre invites all interested persons to attend its Annual Membership Meeting on Sunday June 10, 2018. A free lunch will be provided starting at 1:00 pm and the business portion of the meeting will begin at 2:00 pm. Continue reading
Join us for an open reading of Los Alamos Little Theatre’s September production, SILENT SKY, by Lauren Gunderson. The reading begins at 7 PM Tuesday, May 8, in the Green Room of the Performing Arts Center, 1670 Nectar Street.
The reading is open to anyone interested in taking part in reading from the script or simply listening and enjoying this widely acclaimed play.
The play focuses on Henrietta Leavitt, who, when she began work at the Harvard Observatory in the early 1900s, wasn’t allowed to touch a telescope or express an original idea. Instead, she joined a group of women “computers,” charting the stars for a renowned astronomer who calculated projects in “girl hours” and had no time for the women’s probing theories. Continue reading