Pensacola Little Theatre (PLT) proudly presents its 2019-20 season lineup to begin in July! Season subscription tickets are on sale now. Individual tickets go on sale July 1st. (Once Upon a Shoe tickets are on sale now)


The 2019-20 lineup will have you flying to the theatre to purchase your tickets! Featuring dynamic Broadway classics, hilarious film-based plays, and astounding musicals, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Subscriber perks include five complimentary concession items of your choice. Subscriptions are also offered at a discounted rate and guarantee your specific seat(s) for each performance.


Each summer, subscribers also get the first sneak peek at the next season’s lineup. 


Tickets are available online (24 hours a day) and through the Pensacola Little Theatre Box Office by calling 850-432-2042 or by visiting the Box Office on weekdays 12-5 PM. Season Subscriptions are available via phone or in person.


Series Descriptions


PLT produces a variety of Mainstage shows each season. Each show is a Broadway classic, either a musical or a straight play that is performed in the Valerie J. Russenberger Theatre.


See it with the family! The Treehouse shows are meant for families so that those that are young and young at heart can experience the magic of live theatre! Treehouse is performed in the Valerie J. Russenberger Theatre. Acorn shows are presented in the M.C. Blanchard Courtroom.  Lower prices for children and more matinee performances.


Studio 400
A non-traditional theatre experience, featuring edgy, original and experimental works. Performed in our M.C. Blanchard Courtroom venue, Studio 400 gives audience members a chance to see theatre up-close in a more intimate setting. Most shows are rated R. 



2018-19 Production Schedule   

Once Upon a Shoe (on sale now)

July 19-28, 2019
Treehouse Production
Directed by Mindy Iverson 
Our Acorn summer show is a Mother Goose mayhem event.  Includes eight of Mother Goose’s best poems enacted in the best Garland/Rooney style. A large cast of young actors 

Mamma Mia!
Aug 2-18, 2019
Mainstage Production
Directed by Carla Rhodes
This show will open our season for Mainstage.  11 shows. Using only your favorite songs from 70’s super group ABBA, “Mamma Mia!” tells the story about Donna, an independent hotelier in the Greek islands, who is preparing for her daughter's wedding with the help of two old friends. Meanwhile, Sophie, the spirited bride, has a plan. She secretly invites three men from her mother's past in the hope of meeting her real father and having him escort her down the aisle on her big day. A large cast, large set, period 70’s costumes. 

Five Women Wearing the Same Dress
Sep 20-29, 2019
Mainstage Production
Directed by Maureen McNeill 
Small cast play (5F, 1M). Five reluctant bridesmaids hide out in the upstairs bedroom to avoid the wedding insanity below.  A great ensemble piece about women, men, and the joy of our common bonds.  Dark, funny, relevant. 

Dracula ( A Real Pain in the Neck)
Oct 4-12, 2019

Studio 400 Production
Directed by Brandi Hicks Lane
A comedic studio romp through the myths and fantasy of Dracula.  Fun, scary, bloody, and very punny. Written by our own Stephen Lott. 

The Savannah Sipping Society 
Nov 1-10, 2019

Studio 400 Production
Directed by Kathy Holsworth 
Special production with Valerie Russenberger’s Curtain Call Productions.  Produced in the courtroom; directed by Kathy Holsworth; runs during Foo Foo.  Four southern women get together over drinks and sort out their lives and their relationships. 

Miracle on 34th Street 
Dec 13-22, 2019
Treehouse Production
Directed by Mark Core-Noel
Our holiday show is Mainstage this year.  The play is based on the classic movie and adapted from the 1947 novel.  In the hustle and bustle of Macy’s, one little girl learns to believe in Santa when Kris Kringle gets hired for the parade and the store.  Lots of colors, some carolers (but it’s not a musical), romance, Christmas spirit.  The latest we have offered a holiday show

Schoolhouse Rock Live!
Jan 18-27, 2020
Mainstage Production
Directed by Mario Cieri
It’s been 20 years since PLT sang along with our favorite Saturday morning cartoons:  I’m Just a Bill, Conjunction Junction, Zero, My Hero, Figure 8, etc.  A cast of teens and young adults.  Rock band.  School Day show. 

Short Attention Span Theatre
Feb 14-20, 2020

Back to romance and relationships in our favorite time slot for SAST. 

Mar 20-29, 2020

Treehouse Production
Directed by Stephen Lott
Our literary classic based on the A.A. Milne story (not Disney) of the humble bear, Christopher Robin, and all the friends in the Hundred Acre Wood.  School day show and Saturday matinees will be available for this production.  

Other Desert Cities
Apr 24-May 3, 2020
Studio 400 Production
Directors Billy Buff
 Brooke returns home to Palm Springs after a six-year absence to celebrate Christmas with her family. She announces that she is about to publish a memoir dredging up a pivotal and tragic event in the family's history—a wound they don't want to be reopened. In effect, she draws a line in the sand and dares them all to cross it.  

Rock of Ages
May 22- June 7, 2020
Mainstage Production
Directed by Kathy Holsworth
Musical. Another nostalgic book musical using the hair-rock of the 80’s to tell the story of “just a small town girl…livin’ in a lonely world”.  Great humor, sing-along songs, shoulder pads, and long hair.  The narrator invented the character that became the Keystone beer guy.  Yup, the ’80s is now a “period piece”.  

Hand to God
June 12-20, 2020
Studio 400 Production
Directed by Barbara Jacobs
Jason works out his stress and anxiety when his church ministry puppet takes over his left arm, with a hilarious and acidic personality of his own.  Ridiculously raunchy, irreverent and funny. 


  Financial support for PLT programs is provided in part by the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs and ACE.