A little more than a year ago, during a resurgence of COVID-19 cases, Adam Reczek took the job of manager and cultural arts coordinator of the town-owned Littleton Opera House. The thought by many at the time was that the vaccine that would begin rolling out a few months later would beat back the virus and things would be back tonormal by now. It didn’t quite turn out like that. advertisement During the rocky and uncertain year of 2020 (Reczek became manager that November), revenues fell by nearly 75 percent from the previous year. Now, there appears to be a rebound, with revenues more than doubling in 2021. While there’s still a long way to go, Reczek is encouraged that 2022 will be another good year for the opera house, the goal for which is to eventually become a self-sustaining enterprise with no or little tax impact for residents.