As Nevada's longest-running community theater, Reno Little Theater is dedicated to producing high-quality theatrical experiences that inspire, entertain, and enrich the diverse community.
Reno Little Theater is pleased to present the west-coast debut of "Intellectuals" a contempory romantic comedy about a "happily married" woman psychologist in mid-life who realizes she may be gay--and goes to explore who she really is!
Chaos ensues among their friends, with enough twists and turns to keep the audience laughing! Playwright Scott C. Sickles will be coming to Reno for opening weekend: to give workshops, to meet and greet the audience at the Champagne Reception on Opening Night (Friday, September 6th), and to be part of a talk-back with the director (Michelle Merksamer) and cast after the matinee on Sunday, September 8th. "Intellectuals" runs through September 22nd in Reno Little Theater's performance space at 147 E. Pueblo Street, Reno (2 blocks south of Vassar, just west of Wells).
Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. September 6,7,12,13,14,19,20,21 and 2 p.m. September 8, 15 & 22. The play contains adult language and themes so is not appropriate for children. Reservations are advised. Tickets may be purchased and seats selected by calling the RLT Box Office (813-8900) or going online to www.renolittletheater.org.
Season tickets are also now on sale. The 2013-14 season continues with Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" (October-November), Ken Ludwig's comedy/mystery "The Games Afoot: Or Holmes for the Holidays" (November-December), Sam Shepard's "Buried Child" (January-February), Ken Ludwig's "Lend Me a Tenor" (March-April), Ruth & Augustus Goetz's "The Heiress" (May) and Long, Singer, Winfield et al's "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)" in July.
Reno Little Theater is in its 79th season of bringing live theater to our community. As Nevada's longest-running community theater, RLT is dedicated to producing high-quality theatrical experiences that inspire, entertain, and enrich the diverse community. RLT honors tradition, while encouraging innovation, creativity, and community participation in the magic of theater.
Details about Reno Little Theater, past and current shows, and ways to get involved are available at www.renolittletheater.org.