It’s a Happy New Year at Little Fish! This is our 12th year providing magical theatrical experiences in downtown San Pedro. But we’re not just doing the same thing in 2013. We have big plans!
We have new ticket prices. Some prices went up, but others went down. And we added new ways to save. If you’re looking for a bargain, look no further. We have “First Look” tickets for the first two performances of every show for $5 off the regular admission price.
And we mixed up our schedule a bit, too. We know some of you can only come on the weekends, and some of you can only come during the week, and some of you just want a bit of variety. So all of our shows in 2013 will have at least two weekend and two midweek performances. And all of them will have Sunday matinees. That means we’ll have 11 matinees for all you Sunday afternoon theatre-goers, and you’ll finally be able to see all of our shows.
But the biggest changes are in the theatre itself. We repaired and remodeled our restrooms. Some of you who attended the last few performances of Present Laughter got a sneak peak. And some of you who attended not quite the last performances got to run across the alley and use the restrooms at The Whale & Ale because we ran into a few issues during the remodel (and a HUGE SHOUTOUT to Andrew Silber and The Whale & Ale for rescuing our patrons in their intermission of need). All the issues have been resolved now, and we have two fabulous new restrooms for you in 2013. Worth the price of admission just to see them.
We’re also expanding the space in the theatre itself. We moved a wall, reducing our shop space but giving us six-feet more for stage and seating. And we’re exploring our options for making that space more comfortable for everyone during the summer.
But not everything is changing. We’re still starting 2013 the same way we’ve started each season for the last 11 years – with Pick of the Vine.
This short play festival is an audience favorite. This year there is a visit from the divine being, a discussion about a name, some literary love, a view of Paris, a little bad karma, and more. A lot of folks worked really hard to select the country’s best short plays, just for you. So come on down to the theatre and see what’s new for 2013. We’re ready for you. spt