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Little Theater.
Big Imagination.

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We need YOUR support!

 

All funds donated to Little Theater of Gastonia through the Community Foundation will be matched up to $10,000 between now and April 22nd, 2024!

 

Any amount of money will help us continue to create seasons, classes, camps, community events, workshops, and more!

 

Thank you for your consideration!

Upcoming Events

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SHOW DATES:

Friday, March 15th @ 7:30pm

Saturday, March 16th @ 7:30pm*

Sunday, March 17th @ 3:00pm

Friday, March 22nd  @ 7:30pm

Saturday, March 23rd @ 7:30pm

Sunday, March 24th @ 3:00pm

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

This show is suggested for all ages. This show is family friendly but does contain some fantasy horror that may be scary for our youngest audiences members.

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AUDITION DATES:

 

Monday, March 18th from 6-8pm

Tuesday, March 19th from 6-8pm

You should only come to one night of auditions, please do not sign up for multiple slots.

This show is rated PG-13 for adult language and suggestive content. All roles for this production should be 18 years of age or older and should be able to read for 30s+. 

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FREE COMMUNITY EVENTS

Saturday, March 30th @ 6:00pm

at the Little Theater of Gastonia

Thursday, April 25th @ 4:00pm

at the Gaston County Public Library - Main

This is a free improv show curated from the creative minds of our ACT TWO students. There will be plenty of fun games, audience participation opportunities and non-stop laughs! 

Tickets are free but must be reserved for the Little Theater of Gastonia production!

Tickets are first come, first served at the Gaston County Library-Main production!

"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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