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There are two reasons that people should consider spending an evening at Los Alamos Little Theatre: family and tradition.
The New Year’s Eve performance is a LALT tradition, originating as a celebration for the LALT family, including anyone somehow involved in the organization.
The original event — consisting of a potluck, dancing and time for togetherness and thanks — eventually evolved to include the entire community.
This year, the Los Alamos community is again invited to ring in 2013 with the theatre: spend a night in town and become part of the LALT family.
There will be plenty of time for dinner before activities begin at the theatre, as the curtain will open at 8:30 p.m. Arrive early (tickets will be sold beginning at 7:30 p.m.), socialize and partake of some munchies before the show.
Then enjoy this year’s production, “Frost/Nixon,” a thought-provoking drama about a contentious period in history, featuring portrayals of Richard Nixon (Grady Hughes) and David Frost (Don Monteith).
Following the performance, Cocopelli Chocolatier, a new Santa Fe business, will provide desserts. Stay after the show, enjoy the festivities and become part of a long-lasting tradition.
Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, and can be purchased in advance at CB Fox.
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