Las Vegas Little Theatre Finds A New Performance Space With 'Quarantine Monologues'

The pandemic has hit the performing arts particularly hard. With public gatherings for entertainment shut down, many local arts organizations are struggling. 

And yet: Some are finding ways to work around the crisis. 

Las Vegas Little Theatre, which has been putting on plays and musicals in Chinatown since 1978, has had to move events to the internet in order to generate revenue and keep theater happening in Las Vegas. This has included a trivia night, and a murder mystery show is happening this weekend.

Also happening this weekend: Two rebroadcasts of Quarantine Monologues, a program that debuted earlier this month. It consists of 15 short monologues about life with COVID-19, all performed by local actors.

You can find more information on how to view the rebroadcasts - happening Friday, July 31 and Sunday, August 1 - here.

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In the meantime, we are going to give you a taste of what to expect during Friday and Sunday’s program: A performance of Kevin Buckley's “On the Twelfth Day of Covid” by Gillen Bray, an actor and vice-president of Las Vegas Little Theatre.


Gillen Brey, actor and vice-president, Las Vegas Little Theatre

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