Throw out your superstitions and join the Tallahassee Little Theatre for a presentation of love, laughter and lust on Friday the 13.
For two weeks, the Tallahassee Little Theatre will present The Little Dog Laughed, written by Douglas Carter Beane and directed by Randi Atwood.
Nominated for a Tony in 2007, the play displays an upcoming star’s identity crisis. Mitchell Green is faced with the dilemma of loving Alex, a male prostitute, who he only hired for a night or loving his career. The Little Dog Laughed is a hilarious tale of living a “Taboo lifestyle.”
The performances will be at the Coffeehouse on this Friday and Saturday and on the 20-21 at 8 p.m. and Sunday the 15 and 22 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $13 general admission and can be purchased at www.TallahasseeLittleTheatre.org or by calling the box office (850) 224-8474. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door. The play is for mature audiences due to language and brief nudity.
Tallahassee Little Theatre produces 10 to 12 shows per season and is a professionally managed institution. TLT offers educational opportunities for children 5-17 as well as senior citizens. Their facilities are also used for non-profit organization benefit performances; youth group meetings, and dance recitals.
For volunteer information and more information on future presentations go to www.TallahasseeLittleTheatre.org or call (850) 224-8474.