Little Lake Theatre will follow local mandates for coronavirus safety when we open our theater this Spring for a full season of shows. Little Lake staff will be trained in the latest safety measures, required to wear facemasks, and get a temperature check before every shift.


Little Lake will adhere to the following protocols :

  •  The theatre and open-air venue tent theatre will be extensively disinfected using a pressurized sprayer with      products identified by the EPA to be effective in eliminating COVID-19 and safe for our patrons.

  • The theatre and open-air venue tent theatre will have limited capacities to maximize physical distancing.

  • Face masks will be mandatory for all guests within the theatre and open-air venue tent theatre and may only be removed for eating and drinking. Facemasks and gloves will be required for all employees.

  • Little Lake is raising the fresh air rate by adding an I-Wave air purifier to our HVAC units to increase total volume of fresh, outside air flowing into our theatre.

  • All public and high-touch spaces will be thoroughly sanitized.

  • Ample supplies of hand sanitizer will be available for customer use.

  • Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets online and use contactless payment methods for a more contact-free experience. Cash payments options will be limited.

  • Contact-free playbills and season brochures will be available upon request.

  • Food and beverages (beer, wine and non-alcoholic) are available at concessions. Revised COVID-19 friendly menu is being created specifically for this season.



We appreciate your support in making Little Lake Theatre a safe place for our patrons and staff!

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Jena Oberg, Artistic Director

Patti Knapp, Managing Director

Little Lake Theatre

Box Office

500 Lakeside Drive South

Canonsburg, PA 15317 | 724.745.6300


Monday - Closed

Tuesday - Friday 11:30am – 5:30pm

Saturday 11:00am - 4:30pm

Sunday 11:00 – 4:30pm

Additional hours will be available on performance days