Little Lake Theatre Company
It started in a barn near Canonsburg Lake, back in 1949. Sixty years, scores of actors, and hundreds of quality productions later, Little Lake Theatre is now considered a community treasure. OnQ contributor Beth Dolinar reports.
Little Lake Theatre Company aired on Nov 24, 2008.
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