Visit the Chelsea neighborhood of Norfolk, and you will be welcomed by the bold red facade of Little Theatre of Norfolk. While this intimate 210-seat playhouse was initially built in 1949, Little Theatre of Norfolk has been a continuously operating community theatre since 1926. Back then, when the Little Theatre Movement was spreading across the country, the group operated out of a former horse stable on York Street downtown. Now the group presents five main-stage productions each season – a fall musical, three plays over the winter months, and a spring musical. The shows selected each season provide a well-rounded mix of modern works and classics. LTN also offers educational workshops and an annual scholarship.
LTN is proud to bring Archetypes for the Actor/Singer to the Norfolk community for the first time. Archetypes for the Actor/Singer will take place on zoom and is suitable for artists of all kinds and anyone with an open heart and mind ages 16 and up. Wear comfortable clothing and have your journal and pen handy. In this hour and a half workshop participants will be led through imaginative journeys of archetypes we all know and love.
February 21st at 2:00 PMReserve your Spot
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Thank you to the Business Consortium for the Arts, Hampton Roads Community Foundation, Norfolk Arts Commission on the Arts and Humanities, and the City of Norfolk Retain Your Rain Project, along with all of our individual donors. We appreciate your support as we develop virtual and outdoor, socially-distanced theatre in a variety of formats.