On behalf of myself and all of us DLT we would like to say Thank You.
Thank you
Everyone who has supported us over the past 89 years.
Thank you
Everyone who has so generously donated this past year to help keep our Little Theatre going.
Thank You 
For all of the front line and essential workers for your selfless sacrifice to help keep the rest of us moving forward.

The Pandemic has affected us all on some level. From the loss of loved ones, the lack of social contact and the feelings of isolation. It has hit the entertainment industry drastically, affecting the biggest names in Hollywood to the catering trucks providing lunch for the crew.

As we move towards a staged reopening our guest's and staff's safety is at the forefront. We assure you that we will take every precaution outlined by the CDC to help assure your safety.

To all of our patrons with an up to date paid membership pre-pandemic, we would like to extend your membership into this next season.
We are very excited to reopen into our 89th season, to have the opportunity continue to provide quality LIVE THEATRE to our community is an honor.

Please look to our website over the upcoming weeks for our up coming season.
in the meantime. . .
As always we look forward to seeing you at the show.

Stay safe and be well
Larry Pelham

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​​Dear friends and patrons of DLT,

We are happy to announce that we will be virtually presenting the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare on September 24th and 25th to mark the beginning of our 89th Season at DLT. 

It took the incredible efforts of the performers and production team to rehearse, film and prepare this seminal play for at-home viewing so that all our patrons can join us in celebrating our reopening.

To view this production, please make a minimum donation of $15 by clickingHERE.The link to view the production will be emailed to you by the performance dates.

We are immensely grateful for the generosity of all those who have donated to keep our little theatre lit through the worst of this pandemic until we could finally reopen our doors to all. While A Midsummer Night’s Dream will be hosted virtually, we intend for the rest of our season to be performed live while following the recommended safety measures suggested by the local, state and federal government. 

We look forward to welcoming you back to DLT.

Lighting the marquee since 1933!