Community Theatre Productions

Collingwood, Ontario

NEW COVID – 19 UPDATE. July, 2021

At our June board meeting, the directors made the disappointing decision to cancel our Fall Tour once again. Regrettably, there are still several “unknowns” that prevent us from moving forward. Our five plays will remain locked in the vault until October 2022.

In the meantime, Gaslight Community Theatre Productions has some intriguing new offerings. We will be holding an outdoor event called Cemetery Stories. The dates for this event are October 23rd and 24th, 2021. Stay tuned for the July Gaslight Greetings Newsletter when we will reveal the details of this event…as well as some other interesting plans.

As always, we thank you for your continued support and flexibility.

About Us

Gaslight Community Theatre Productions is a not-for-profit amateur theatre enterprise that got its start in 2010, with The Gaslight Tour. Originally founded by Arlene Noble, the company continues to encourage and support amateur community theatre in Collingwood, under the leadership of Executive Producer, Laurie May, and a dedicated team of volunteers.

About Us

Gaslight Community Theatre Productions is a not-for-profit amateur theatre enterprise that got its start in 2010, with The Gaslight Tour. Originally founded by Arlene Noble, the company continues to encourage and support amateur community theatre in Collingwood, under the leadership of Executive Producer, Monica Wilson, and a dedicated team of volunteers.

Gaslight Tour

Founded in 2010, Gaslight Tour features local history as theatre. Each year an historic theme is selected to tell the story of a particular aspect of Collingwood’s history. Tour participants visit 4 of the town’s historic sites selected to host the year’s productions. 

Gaslight Tour

Founded in 2010, Gaslight Tour features local history as theatre. Each year an historic theme is selected to tell the story of a particular aspect of Collingwood’s history. Tour participants visit 4 of the town’s historic sites selected to host the year’s productions. 

We’re Social

“Amateur community theatre is one of the last places in our culture where we can get together and make something out of nothing, just for the fun of it. It’s an experience that opens our minds, forges great friendships and sure makes a Canadian winter go by faster. We’ve been doing live theatre in various halls and churches in the Collingwood neighbourhood since first settlement.”

– Dan Needles

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