Manley owes its existence to the Missouri Pacific Railroad, which built its main line from Atchison, KS, to Omaha in 1881-82. This line traversed Cass County south-to-north coming through Avoca, Weeping Water, Manley, and on to Louisville.
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CORONAVIRUS HEALTH ALERT
We are NOT allowing visitors at this time.
We deeply care about the safety of our residents and staff. Please, use other methods of communication to connect with your loved ones.
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Important Public Announcement
From The Board of Directors of The Lofte Community Theatre:
In an effort to do our part to help flatten the curve of COVID-19, The Lofte Community Theatre will be closed to the public until further notice. Only essential personnel will be allowed in the building during this time.
This means the following changes to our upcoming events and productions:
An Evening With Kaylynn Sahs on March 28 has been cancelled. The box office has contacted current ticket holders. Our opening production, Office Hours, will not take place on April 17-19 and 23-26. The rest of our season is being re-evaluated as this situation continues to evolve.
We are greatly saddened to have to make these decisions but, the safety and well-being of the Community that is the heart of our theatre must come first.
We ask for your patience as we work through this difficult situation. We will, of course, continue to monitor the situation and make any additional adjustments as necessary. Updates on this evolving situation will be made via email, Lofte.org, and social media.
We look forward to having the barn back open and having our Lofte Community together again. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time.