The Little Theatre is a volunteer-driven community theatre. We produce 4 main stage shows each season and a children's theatre outreach production each summer. The theatre has been in existence for 75 years, since 1944. Our mission is to showcase the talents of local volunteers and to entertain and enrich our community by "producing good plays done well". 


Highlights of the Little Theatre of Walla Walla’s

Last 75 Years...

  • December 1, 1944: Opened upstairs at 231/2 Main St. with "Yes, My Darling Daughter".

  • March 1948: Purchased Garden City Heights World War Veterans Memorial Building at 1130 E. Sumach (our present location).

Major improvements to the Little Theatre over the years...

  • 1953: Added dressing rooms, rest room and stage area

  • 1970: Paid off mortgage and upgraded sound system

  • 1987: Dedicated Mildred Stewart Room

  • 1993: Moon Garden Terrace

  • 1994: Air conditioning and furnaces

  • 1997: New roof

  • 2001: Stage floor and dressing room upgrades

  • 2002: Grand drape and lighting system

  • 2003: Sound and intercom system

  • 2004: Handicapped access ramp installed


»» Learn about the LT’s first seven years,  submitted by Bernie Frazier.


»» See all of the plays produced at the LT from our very first season.

If you have an article or a photo you would like to submit about the history of the Little Theatre of Walla Walla, please email us.

Info: 509.876.2316 | Mail: PO Box 39 Walla Walla, WA 99362  |  Site: 1130 Sumach Walla Walla, WA USA 99362

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