Back in the day, when I was a teen, my parents had season passes for the LVLT. Our family went to every single production and I’ve enjoyed them all. I like the atmosphere in the theater: the plays are so close to the public, that you almost feel like you are part of it. I always knew the staff to be super-friendly and kind, and it is always nice to see them. Every play that we watched was really good with some message in the end. Several decades later, I was thinking of bringing my daughter to see what I got to see when I was young. The fact that they are still around and have grown in size made me so happy. They are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year! Well done! Bringing my daughter to Ruthless was a great experience! His interest was sparked by the story about a little girl who would do anything to have the lead role in her school play. We laughed continuously from the very beginning to the very end. We had a great time watching the cast! I have never seen a show as funny as this one. Each character has a unique range. My memories of the theater are all there, but the house has changed. There was a lot of cool artwork on the walls. We found seats to be easily accessible and at a good price. I purchased mine one month in advance and had my pick of the rooms. If any theater deserves to be around for 40 years it’s this one! To start with, it is ridiculously clean! Even the bathrooms looked spotless! They really do a good job with upkeep here! Originally, my daughter wanted to see a few shows, but he recently changed his mind and now wants to purchase a season pass. I am ecstatic to hear this coming from a 12-year-old! Looking forward to the next show, we will be there. This is an excellent theater! I highly recommend it to everyone who likes true art brought from community to community.