The Very Little Theatre in Eugene opens its 90th season this month, with the horror classic, Dracula. KLCC’s Claude Offenbacher – a lifetime member of VLT – talked to its president, Karen Scheeland, about the theatre’s nearly century-old legacy. She begins with how its namesake came about.
Since being founded in 1929, the VLT has expanded and relocated, supporting itself through ticket sales.
Among its most famous alumni are actors David Ogden Stiers (M*A*S*H, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Star Trek: The Next Generation) and Edgar Buchanan (Petticoat Junction, Tombstone: The Town Too Tough to Die, Judge Roy Bean).
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