Events

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AGM – Save the Date

The Annual General Meeting for Lindsay Little Theatre will be held on Thursday June, 20th at 7pm. Details to be announced – stay tuned!!

Join us to celebrate the highlights of last year, and participate in the election for the 2024 / 2025 Board.

Are you interested in joining the board? Yay! Please read on for more information or reach out to us at info@lindsaylittletheatre.com.

Election Call!
LLT Board of Directors for ’24 / ’25

Every year at the AGM, Lindsay Little Theatre holds an election for the upcoming year’s Board of Directors. All positions are open, save for President and Past President. Click here to view a list of Board positions. Nominations will be taken from the floor of the AGM or via email at lindsaylittletheatre@gmail.com. All members in good standing are eligable to cast a vote for each Board position.

As per the LLT Constitution, all board members shall serve a term of one (1) year, commencing on the election date (the date of the AGM) and shall expire when the Board is dissolved at the AGM the following year. Exceptions are the Vice-President, President and Past President, which are each 2 year terms.


A New and Improved LLT

Our dear little theatre will be closing temporarily. In the fall we shall reopen in our new, improved and expanded space! With the generous help of the Lindsay Legacy Chest Fund, Lindsay Little Theatre is planning to undergo structural changes to the theatre, by expanding and updating the stage and seating areas. Wow!

Lindsay Little Theatre would like to sincerely thank the Lindsay Legacy Chest Fund for making this possible. 


Coming up at LLT

Tickets for upcoming shows will be available approximately 2 months before opening night.
Watch this space for updates.
Tickets sales will be announced in future newsletters.


A Tomb with a View by Norman Robbins
directed by Rob Powell

Show dates are Sept 6, 7, 13, 14 at 7:30 p.m and Sept 8, 15 at 2:00 p.m.

About this play: A Tomb With A View is set in as sinister an old library as one is likely to come across presided over by a portrait of a grim faced, mad eyed old man. There a lawyer reads a will (involving some millions of pounds) to an equally sinister family, one member of which has werewolf tendencies, another wanders around in a toga of Julius Caesar and a third member is a gentle old lady who plants more than seeds in her flower beds. By the third act, there are more corpses than live members left in the cast and what about the sympathetic nurse and the author of romantic novels are they all, or more than, they seem to be? All is revealed as the plot twists and turns to its surprising conclusion.

Presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals.


Nursery Crimes – The Catnap Kidnap Caper
by Damian Trasler, David Lovesy and Steve Clark (TLC Creative)

An LLT Youth Production
Directed by Tarina Koty

Show Dates: October 17, 18, 24, 25 – 7 pm & October 19, 26 – 2 pm

About this play: When a trio of bears go missing in Fairytale land, Private Investigator, Puss in Boots is hired to track them down. But as other groups of three animal start to disappear, it seems that the case could be just the start of something much more sinister! Puss, and his assistant Mary Quite Contrary, try to unpack the mystery, meeting Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks, Woodsmen, Trolls, Wolves, Soldiers and even Royalty along the way…

By arrangement with Lazy Bee Scripts


Polls Apart
Written and Directed by Anthony Jackson

Show Dates: Nov 22, 23, 29, 30 – 7 pm & Nov 24, Dec 1 at 2 pm

About this play: Phil Johnson, the long term MP from a small rural riding in Ontario, now in Opposition, has suddenly died during a committee meeting. In the hopes of securing the seat for the government the Prime Minister parachutes in a high profile candidate – Violette Gascoigne. Her campaign team is lead by Graehme (‘Griff’) Griffith; a high flying, extravagant and very successful professional campaign manager. Phil’s replacement candidate is to be local business owner and council member Marvin Milton, who has been coerced into running by the fiery Rebekah Barker. Things become complicated when Griff and Rebekah begin to suspect that Violette and Marvin may be having an affair. Clashes and misunderstandings abound as the two managers try to prevent scandal from ruining their campaigns, while managing assistants of enthusiastic, but varying, competency. Who thought rural politics were boring? Did I mention Griff’s nemesis, a cat named Imhotep?


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