The Little Theatre of Alexandria is back to full strength. After two-and-a-half years of Covid restrictions, the theatre returned to full capacity on June 27.
The venue will still require proof of full Covid vaccinations for theatergoers, who must still wear masks indoors during performances.
“We will no longer be holding out every 3rd seat for social distancing,” LTA announced on its website. “However, we will still be requiring proof of full COVID vaccination AND wearing a mask indoors, including during the performance. This policy applies to all persons, regardless of age.”
The pandemic forced the theater to close for six months — from March to September of 2020, followed by nearly two years of restricted seating.
As for performances, from July 23 (next Saturday) to August 13, LTA will next present “Something Rotten,” an award-winning musical farce set in Renaissance-era England.
In the musical, brothers Nigel and Nick Bottom have to exist in the same universe as The Bard, and wear their hearts on ruffled sleeves — with a colorful cast of supporting characters.
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Time flies when you’re having fun! The T.C. Williams High School Class of 1973 will hold its 50th reunion July 21-23, 2023 in Alexandria. All graduates and their adult nears and dears are welcome. Events include a Friday evening icebreaker, Saturday dinner dance, and a Sunday brunch. For more information: tcwilliams73.com, 770.789.3534.
Spring Fling at Rising Sol Yoga School
Join us for a day of FREE hot yoga. Experience our class styles and meet our teachers. Buy a bite at the Bake Sale to benefit The Carpenter’s Shelter, peruse some special vendors, take advantage of in-person only discounts on