We just moved away from Pensacola, but I think I'll miss the Little Theatre the most. I volunteered as a usher several times. New volunteers are welcomed into the group, which isn't true at many community theaters. The performances are quite good.
The comment that someone else mentioned is true, the bathroom lines tends to be long for intermission. There are bathrooms on each floor. Plus, go to the first floor for drinks and snacks during intermission.
Ask someone about the history of the place. It used to be a jail where people were hanged in the area where the bar is located. Several ghosts are supposed to haunt the building including a little girl who giggles, runs, and skips around the theatre.
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