Here’s a special preview of the Youth Group’s production of “Guys and Dolls”Read More →
From your OLT Board of Directors:
“The Oshawa Little Theatre 2016 2017 Season’s Launch event was scheduled for one of the now famous “Weather Events” of 2016 on March 1st. This is an annual event at Oshawa …Read More →
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of longtime member and beloved volunteer, Barbary Lloyd. A Celebration of Life in memory of Barbara Lloyd is going to take place at the Oshawa …Read More →
Frank Loesser’s celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway. Gambler Nathan Detroit tries to find the cash to set up the biggest craps game in …Read More →
…Sweeney Todd! As evidenced by these spectacular teaser photos, his skin is pale and his eye actually is odd.
Don’t miss out on this stunning production – it’s on stage NOW! Get your tickets HERE
Do you hate snow? Do you hate driving in the snow? Do you like bundling up inside your home during a blizzard while putting off shovelling as long as possible, perhaps even hoping for a …Read More →
Check out these photos from OLT’s current show – Les Belles Soeurs! Get tickets HERE. All photos are courtesy of the incomparable Raph Nogal. If you love bow ties and/or having your memories beautifully captured by a profoundly skilled photographer who possesses the indescribable knack of perfectly capturing a moment with a camera, then Raph is your man.Read More →
Happy New Year! We are pleased to announce that our 2016/2017 Season’s Launch event will be held at the Oshawa Little Theatre on Tuesday March 1st, 2016 from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm!
Please mark your calendars …
Nothing says spring like pre-Victorian London, pickpockets, and small dogs. So why not celebrate the arrival of spring in style by attending the OLT Youth Group Production of OLIVER!?
OLIVER! the musical, was the first production based on a Charles Dickens novel to become a Broadway hit.
Set in the early 19th century of London, England, just before the Victorian era, it features much loved songs such as “Food, Glorious Food”, “Where is Love” and “Consider Yourself”, and paints a rather more romanticised version of the Dickens novel, making it suitable for audiences of any age.
Orphaned Oliver Twist runs away from mistreatment in a London workhouse under the heartless Mr. Bumble, only to fall in with a gang of pickpockets led by the roguish Fagin, the kindhearted Nancy, and the menacing Bill Sykes, before finally finding his true home and family, in Lionel Bart’s musical adaptation of the Charles Dickens novel.
Performances dates are:
April 30th, May 1, 2, 6, 8th 8pm
May 3rd, 9th at 2pm
(No show Thursday May 7th)
Directed by Geoffrey Coulter
Music Direction by Natalia Kolacz-Koulinich
Choreography by Shari Coulter
Produced by The Youth Group Committee
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