Did you miss last night’s opening of Bye Bye Birdie? Well, here’s a preview of what you’re going to see when you come check out this fantastic production tonight, tomorrow night, or in the next …Read More →
Are you nostalgic for the good ‘ol days of the 1950s? I, for one, miss a simpler time when Elvis was king, children wore propellor-hats, men wore cardigans, and for some reason, teenage girls were …Read More →
We’ve been really busy at OLT lately wrapping up a hugely successful run of the Importance of Being Earnest (not to mention finishing all of the left over cucumber sandwiches) and preparing for OPENING …Read More →
Are you interested in helping decide what shows are done here at OLT? If you are a member of OLT and are interested in becoming a member of the Play Advisory Committee please email the …Read More →
Upset that you have yet to see OLT’s production of the Importance of Being Earnest? Let us comfort you with the knowledge that Earnest has ONE WEEK LEFT. Yes, that’s right, Thursday through Saturday (October …Read More →
Have you bought tickets to “The Importance of Being Earnest” yet? Have you seen “The Importance of Being Earnest” yet? If you’ve answered “no” to either of those two questions (and, well, if you answered “no” to question one, I suppose you should have just skipped question two), well then, here’s a taste of what you’re missing.
Oh, and thanks to the incomparable Raph Nogal of Raph Nogal Photography (http://raphnogal.com/) for these incredible photos!Read More →
You want ’em? We got ’em? Print them, share them, post them, like them, tweet them, turn them into trading cards and catch ’em all in your own OLT version of Pokemon.
Ok. I promise I’ll …Read More →
Our second show of the season, Bye Bye Birdie, has been cast, however we are in need of both adult men and women to play key ensemble roles.
If any member or someone you know is interested please contact …Read More →
Do you have a dramatic credenza? Is that old sofa of yours a ham? Yes your household items can also volunteer at OLT!
Cathy Partridge, Director of Membership for Oshawa Little Theatre, is decorating the set …Read More →
For those of you frightened by change, even though our website is brand new (and much improved), be comforted by the fact that our facebook page, twitter page, and newsletter remain the same.
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