The guidelines for submitting plays for our 2023-2024 season have been updated. Check out all the details on our Guidelines page!
While the Coronavirus pandemic has closed down so many things, Loveland Stage Company found a way to keep theater alive – Radio! While doing our best to keep social distancing and other good practices in place, our cast brings you The Importance of Being Earnest By Oscar Wilde, Radio Style! As in the tradition of old-time radio, we will be releasing each of the three acts, one at a time (July 31, Aug. 7, Aug. 14). The first act is available now on our Current Season page. You can choose the “Radio Only” version, or the “Video of the Radio Show” version. Both are compatible with your computer, tablet or phone! Listen to us on the go!
There are no tickets for sale for these events, so won’t you consider a donation to the Loveland Stage Company? You can donate on line by clicking the Donate button just above the PRompter on the right side of any page on our site. Thank you, and…..
Enjoy the show!
Marjory Clegg dance and tap classes on Saturday mornings at the theater will continue for the foreseeable future. In order to accommodate all who wish to participate, Margie has decided to hold two 90-minute classes rather than one 2-hour class each Saturday. Each class will still be divided between ballet and tap. The classes will run from 9:00-10:30am and then from 10:30-12:00. Sherry Michalak will be circulating a monthly e-mail where participants can sign up for either class. Please remember that all classes will be limited to 10 people and masks are required.
You can make sure you are on Sherry’s e-mail list by writing her at shercasm (at) yahoo.com.
All are welcome! For more information or to sign up, call Marjory at 513-683-6169
Show your support for our community theater by being a Patron in our Programs!
Leading Role: $1000.00
Standing Ovation: $500.00
Curtain Raiser: $50.00
Show Patron: $25.00
Send your check payable to LSC to:
Loveland Stage Company
P.O. Box 312
Loveland OH 45140
Attn: Pat Furterer