Explore Littleton: Little Shop of Horrors, Presented by the Town Hall Arts Center

Downtown Littleton is home to a vibrant arts community. Small art boutiques, live music, and local play productions are part of what makes this historic district such a special place to visit for tourists and community residents alike. You can view local art exhibits at the Depot Art Gallery, enjoy delicious food and drinks (at great prices) at Grande Station, or simply take a stroll through Bega Park before attending a locally produced play at the Town Hall Arts Center. Its current production is the popular musical, Little Shop of Horrors, which runs from January 28th through March 6th. Tickets are $37 to $52, depending on your seat. Following CDC guidelines and Arapahoe County rules, all visitors ages 2 and up are required to wear a mask indoors. Although no social distancing procedures are currently in place, THAC staff and performers are 100% vaccinated and masked when not performing. Visitors who are experiencing cold symptoms are asked to stay home and will receive a full refund if unable to attend.

Little Shop of Horrors, based on the cult classic feature film of the same name, is a unique combination of campy horror, music, science fiction, and a little bit of foul-mouthed gardening. Due to the themes and language in this musical, it is recommended for ages 13 and up. Arrive early, as parking can be challenging. Concessions open in the Stanton Art Gallery an hour before the show, where you can enjoy a curation of local art while you wait for the musical to begin. Man-eating plants and greedy florists not your thing? The 2021-2022 season doesn’t end there! Catch the next production, Once On This Island, from April 8th through May 8th, or The Wedding Singer, between May 27th and June 26th. THAC also offers educationalprograms for children and adults all year round.

Like many buildings on Main Street, the Town Hall Arts Center has a history that dates back to the formation of the town in the early 1900s, as the former official Town Hall. Although the government headquarters has since moved, THAC pays homage to its history through its beautiful architecture and well-preserved details. It is even a stop on the annual ghost tours that run every October! Enjoy Littleton’s art and culture every day at The Windemere. With convenient access to many shopping centers, restaurants, and parks, our active 55+ residents never miss out on the latest events! Contact us today to learn more.

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