Little Theater. Big Imagination.
Little Theater of Gastonia is a non-profit, 501(c)3 theater, proudly entertaining Gaston County since 1950. As the oldest theater in Gastonia, NC we have a long tradition of producing a wide variety of plays and musicals every season which feature local talent from our community and beyond. Over 70 years since LTG's founding, we continue to evolve as an organization in order to best serve our patrons and performers.
Little Theater of Gastonia exists to provide quality performance art and education to people of all ages and experience levels. We offer a variety of performances, classes, workshops, camps and special events throughout the year. You can see our upcoming events here or check out ways you can get involved in our next production here. LTG hopes to see you soon!
At Little Theater of Gastonia, our mission is to create an immersive experience that goes beyond the traditional stage. Our productions are designed to engage audiences and spark conversation, bringing people together in a shared experience. We believe in the power of theater to inspire, challenge, and transform; and we are committed to creating work that reflects the diversity of our community and the world around us.
Our vision is to create a welcoming and inclusive environment that fosters a sense of community and collaboration among theater artists and audience members alike. We believe that theater has the power to bring people together, to spark conversations, and to inspire change. By producing thought-provoking and engaging productions, we strive to challenge our audience's perspectives and encourage them to think critically about the world around them. We are committed to supporting emerging artists and providing them with opportunities to develop their skills and showcase their work. Through our programming and outreach efforts, we aim to make theater accessible to all members of our community, regardless of their background or experience. At the heart of our mission is a belief in the transformative power of theater, and we are dedicated to using that power to make a positive impact on our community and beyond.
"The theatre is a place where one has the time for the problems of people to whom one would show the door if they came to one's office for a job."