Reno Little Theater33 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 147 E Pueblo St, Reno, NV 89502, United States
- Timings: 11:00 am - 02:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-7758138900
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Entertainment, Theatre
Nevada’s longest-running community theater, Reno Little Theater has always strived for blending in innovation and creativity with traditions, and represent it through the medium of theater. Not only does the theater produce some fantastic works, but they also provide the chance to learn all the aspects of live theater. The plays produced vary from musicals, comedy, mystery, suspense and drama, but each of them equally engrossing. For all those in love with live theater, do visit here to lose yourself in this make-believe world.
Entrance Ticket Details For Reno Little Theater
- For ticket prices, kindly contact the authorities or refer to the official website.
Reno Little Theater Hours
- Wednesday to Saturday: 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM.
- Sunday: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM.
- Mondays & Tuesdays closed.
For other timings, kindly refer to the official website.
How to Reach Reno Little Theater
- By Bus: Wells/Capitol Hill Bus Station
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3.98% of people who visit Reno include Reno Little Theater in their plan
50% of people start their Reno Little Theater visit around 4 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Reno Little Theater
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Reno Little Theater Reviews & Ratings
All the actors were awesome. Elise Van Dyne was spectacular. Her singing & piano playing was frosting on the cake!
Went to play put on by Ageless Repertory Theater (ART). It was a cast of all seniors and was funny and entertaining. The theater is small so wherever you sit you feel like part of the action. I highly recommend this little theater! Seating is comfortable too!
Got there as show was staring, due to parking issues. Should I say lack of parking spaces at theater. Anyway my daughter and followed another late person (Caucasian woman) into the theater. She was sold a ticket and escorted in to a seat after the show doors had already closed. As this took place I asked the second person in the ticket boot to sell us tickets too. She said"No the play doors have close so you can't go in" I asked why was the woman in front of us was allowed in. Her response was " she's the last one". The last one what? What the does that mean????? She got there late, she's a woman, she just bought her ticket, we are both well dressed, both over 40. What could possibly be the difference??? There was only one of her and two of use. Maybe. She has no tan we both have dark tans. What do you think????????????
First let me say that all of the performers in the play this evening were entirely genuine and entertaining. The decision to wear sheets in representing the KKK was an unfortunate undertaking. There was a serious lack of sensitivity to those who have suffered grave indignities in the shadow cast by these images. I cant imagine that there was any input from someone of African decent that took part in the decision to; and hear me when I say this, cross a well defined line when you put on the sheets. There is no comedy once you put on the sheets. You are forgiven. You dont know or understand the visceral terror that was allowed to happen through the grimy holes in a damn bedsheets. Please ask someone who knows before you do this again. Peace and Blessings! Chad Dillard
This is such a wonderful community theater, with top quality productions. Since moving to Reno we have seen several plays, a dance performance, and a music performance. The theater is black box which provides and intimate experience. Actors and directing are excellent. Highly recommended.
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Some shows hosted at the theater are specific for the younger audience. You can check with the theater's box office by calling them at 775-813-8900 for specific shows and suitable age group.Report Abuse