From the spectacular Reno Philharmonic, to world-renowned Broadway shows, to impassioned local theater, Reno’s live performance scene can be felt in theaters across the Biggest Little City. With its first performance dating back to 1935, the Reno Little Theater is the community’s oldest, offering plays, comedy, mystery, drama throughout the decades. Throughout the years, the Reno Little Theater has served local artists and audiences by providing a place where they can discover and foster creative connections with each other through the arts.
Now in it’s 85th season, the Reno Little Theater has become a valued staple in Reno’s performing arts scene. Though this community theater has grown over the years, a new seating structure was implemented in 2019, increasing seating capacity in this box theater to 142. Some past productions include familiar faves like Murder on the Orient Express, Sense and Sensibility, Good Luck Macbeth, along with those that inspire community involvement like GhostLight Theater Virtual Bingo, Porridgegate, Accent Workshops from esteemed dialect coaches, and beyond.
Presenting many genres of theater, the best way to get the lowdown on current season productions, info about past seasons, and ways to engage with the arts and support this local theater is to connect directly with their website. Special rates are offered for military, seniors and groups. For more information on tickets, showtimes, and productions currently featured click here, or dial (775) 813-8900.