Feb 12, 2016

By Scott Pukos

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

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

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

Jan 22, 2016

By Nicole Morello

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

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

Dec 31, 2015

By Scott Pukos

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

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

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


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
- Ornaments...