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We are excited to announce we have received 42 nominations in 16 different categories! Voting is now open to cast your vote for your favorites this season!

*Please note it is easier to vote on a computer and you need to check your email to confirm your vote, once it is cast.

Thank you for your continued support of the Little Theater of Gastonia!

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Upcoming Events

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Show Dates:

Friday, Jan 19th @ 7:30pm

Saturday, Jan. 20th @ 7:30pm*

Sunday, Jan. 21st @ 3:00pm

Friday, Jan. 26th  @ 7:30pm

Saturday, Jan. 27th @ 7:30pm

Sunday, Jan. 28th @ 3:00pm

*Pay What You Can Night (minimum $1 per ticket; general admission, tickets sold at the door)

This show is suggested for ages 10 & up or with adult supervision. This show contains historical context regarding the Holocaust, as well as some adult language that may not be suitable for all audiences or all ages. 

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Show Date:

 

ONE NIGHT ONLY! TICKETS BY DONATION!

Sunday, December 10th @ 6:00pm\

This is a celebration of winter holidays, original works created by our community members and directed/acted by local talent! All works were created, staged and ready to go in one single weekend (December 8-10)!

This show is G and family-friendly! This program is in partnership with the Gaston Arts Council.

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Show Date:

 

ONE NIGHT ONLY! FREE EVENT!

Saturday, December 16th @ 6:00pm\

This is our end of the year student showcase. Our Act One class will begin at 6pm and perform an approximate 40 minute performance of an adapted play version of Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book". After a brief intermission, our Act Two class will perform "Midsummer's Night Dream: A Modern Retelling" which is a groovy disco adaptation of a classic Shakespeare. 

"Music blows lyrics up very quickly, and suddenly they become more than art. They become pompous and they become self-conscious ... I firmly believe that lyrics have to breathe and give the audience's ear a chance to understand what's going on. Particularly in the theater, where you not only have the music, but you've got costume, story, acting, orchestra. There's a lot to take in."

Stephen Sondheim 

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