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Feb 12, 2016

By Scott Pukos
scott@thelittle.org

It was well before the part with the swarming bugs, and way before the torture scenes, that I realized...

Feb 5, 2016

By Scott Pukos
scott@thelittle.org

When I was a newspaper reporter in Canandaigua, I loved the opportunity to tell great stories in Ontario County. I'm not from that area, but living and working in a place for three years...

Feb 1, 2016

By Scott Pukos
scott@thelittle.org

The Little Theatre's Black History Month film series returns with classics, documentaries,...

Jan 22, 2016

By Nicole Morello
nmorello@wxxi.org

I was told on my first day I wouldn’t be called The Little Intern. Interestingly enough, the name would be an accurate description on multiple levels. I am in fact an intern at The Little,...

Jan 7, 2016

By Scott Pukos
scott@thelittle.org

When I was in college, one of my favorite courses focused on film. We examined classics, learned what...

Dec 31, 2015

By Scott Pukos
scott@thelittle.org

Obviously you'll be ringing in the end of 2015/beginning of 2016 with kazoos and high-fives (I did a study, there's no other way to do it), but what about when the confetti settles? What...

Dec 16, 2015

By Scott Pukos
scott@thelittle.org

Let's talk movies. It's certainly one of my favorite subjects (I guess that's not a surprise), and I could go on and on recommending hidden...

Dec 10, 2015

By Scott Pukos
scott@thelittle.org
 

Walking into the café in December, you'll see faces - lots of faces - looking back at you. These faces are on the wall, and each...

Dec 4, 2015

By Scott Pukos
scott@thelittle.org

 

As a child, the abominable snowman terrified me.

The cold stare of his never blinking eyes, and his stop-motion rage truly...

Dec 4, 2015

The Little Holiday Shop is now open! (Pause for high-fives.)

What we're selling:

-- Little winter hats
-- Little winter scarves 
-- Roc-opoly
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- Ornaments...

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