DUE TO EXTENSIVE ROAD WORK IN DOWNTOWN ALTON, TRAVELERS TO ALTON LITTLE THEATER MAY ENCOUNTER RE-ROUTING JOURNEYS IF COMING FROM ST. LOUIS. PLEASE GIVE YOURSELF A LITTLE EXTRA TIME TO TRAVEL TO THE ALT SHOWPLACE.

EXTRA, EXTRA ENTERTAINMENT SERIES

FACH TRADITION

Sept. 30th & Oct. 1st (Evenings – 7:30 pm)
Oct. 2nd
(Matinee – 2 pm)

Concert – Miles Brenton, Composer, Producer, Vocalist, and Musician brings this most unique offering to ALT! FACH TRADITION (pronounced, /fahk/) is an a cappella vocal quartet of classically-trained male vocalists who have a love and passion for choral music. The sounds of FACH TRADITION are a saturation of tightly woven harmonies filling the entire performance space and gifting the audience with an intimate, heartfelt experience that will leave audiences mesmerized! Three of the most talented local Choral groups from Alton, Granite City, and Belleville will introduce some of their BEST work to open up the CELEBRATION of BEAUTIFUL MUSIC! A feast for our senses in ALT’s newly renovated space!

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SINATRA: LAST CALL

Feb. 10th-11th, 2023 (Evenings – 7:30 pm)
Feb. 12th, 2023
 (Matinee – 2 pm)

Concert – SINATRA: LAST CALL, starring Kevin Frakes & Company (Miles Brenton, ShayVonda Mayes, Gabe Levi, Devin Sadler & Becca Peach) is produced with financial support from CNB Bank & Trust. The Premier Concert Event of the 89th Season will Showcase the Life, Legacy, and Talents of Frank Sinatra’s six-decade career and Remind us ALL why we can never forget “ole blue eyes!” Our hearts will soar as we remember the power, joy, humor, and beauty of Frank Sinatra AND Kevin Frakes!

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GEE’S BEND

Mar. 24th-25th, 2023 (Evenings – 7:30 pm)
Mar. 26th, 2023
 (Matinee – 2 pm)

Commemorative Play – GEE’S BEND by Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder is the perfect dedication to celebrating Women’s History, Quilters Month, and our American heritage; to be directed by ALT’s newest director, Margery Handy. The play is inspired by the true stories of three generations of women in Boykin, Alabama. The play weaves the lives of quilters from 1939-2000 through turbulent times and the resilience that leads their spirits to new light and life! An Extraordinary Theatrical Achievement!

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TICKET POLICY

Evening Performances at 7:30 pm and Matinee Performances at 2 pm, with the Theater opening ONE HOUR before Curtain; Late Arrivals will be seated at the discretion of the House Manager, and at a suitable break in the plays’ action. FOOD and BEVERAGE Service has re-opened but we encourage patrons NOT to congregate in the Dorothy Colonius foyer but instead to purchase reusable, sealed cups that can be taken into the auditorium to enjoy beverages while watching the show!

These Changes will take an adjustment period but will allow the good folks of the Riverbend to still enjoy WONDERFUL  Live Theater (at a very affordable price!).  Additional new policies will be posted on the Website AND in the Completely DISPOSABLE PROGRAMS given out (NO recycling)

Please be patient as we figure everything out TOGETHER!