Call for Directors 2020-21 Season

Celebrating 60 Years of Classic Storytelling!

Georgetown Little Theatre Productions Inc.

Presents its 2020-2021 60th Season line up of shows.

If you are interested in DIRECTING one of these fantastic shows, please submit your resume to Taylor Grist (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Sweeney Todd: On the Razor’s Edge  Adapted by Michael Bigelow Dixon and Jon Jory        A Dark Comedy

November 6-8, 12-15, 2020

Sweeney Todd is a fictional character who first appeared as the villain of the Victorian penny dreadful serial The String of Pearls (1846–47). The original tale became a staple of Victorian melodrama and London urban legend possibly based on dubious pie-fillings. A barber from Fleet Street, Todd murders his customers and turns their bodies over to Mrs. Lovett, his partner in crime, who bakes their flesh into meat pies. Todd has since been the focus of British-American media like films, plays, and novels.

The Diary of Anne Frank   By Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett        Drama

January 29-31, February 4-7, 2021

The Diary of a Young Girl, also known as The Diary of Anne Frank, is a book of the writings from the Dutch language diary kept by Anne Frank during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. The play is of the time the Frank family was in hiding for two years in the sealed-off upper rooms of the annex at the back of Otto's company building in Amsterdam. They were later joined by Otto's business partner, Hermann van Pels and his family. In August 1944, they were discovered and deported to Nazi concentration camps. The diary was retrieved by Miep Gies, who gave it to Anne's father, Otto Frank, the family's only known survivor, just after the war was over. The diary has since been published in more than 60 languages.

The 39 Steps  Adapted by Patrick Barlow from the novel by John Buchan; from the movie of Alfred Hitchcock; licensed by ITV Global Entertainment Ltd.; and an original concept by Simon Corble & Nobby Dimo    Comedy 

April 9-11, 15-18, 2021

Take a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python, a touch of romance and you have a fast-paced whodunit. You may remember the movie by Alfred Hitchcock. 1935 London, Richard Hannay, bored with life meets a beautiful spy and is caught up in a secret society. Running for his life, Richard travels by train and on foot through England and Scotland encountering various dubious characters as he searches for what the thirty-nine steps refers to.


Dash Cloudrider Premiere

GLT Film Club Presents: The adventures of Dash Cloudrider - In Galdar's Grip


Landing at Georgetown Little Theatre this August 10th is the premier of our first film "The Adventures of Dash Cloudrider - in Galdar’s grip"!

Join us for the Gala premire of this science fiction epic this August 10th. Doors open at 5:30pm.

Be sure to book your tickets in advance as this is a special event and we expect it will sell out!

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About the film:

The year is 2020. Humanity has reached out beyond the stars and formed a prosperous civilization lead by the United Galactic Council, a unification of all human controlled planets in the Galaxy.

Unfortunately, peace is ending. The UGC has been stuck in a seemingly endless stalemate with the evil Lord Galdar, Commander on the Keltian armies, and leader of the Keltan system.

As Galdar continues to terrify and strike at the peaceful UGC, only one man can be called upon to stop them.

 Not able to make the premiere? Check out these alternate dates for screening opportunities for The Adventures of Dash Cloudrider - In Galdar's Grip.

Glen Williams Duck Race 2019

This year Georgetown Little Theatre (GLT) was approached by the organizers of the Glen Williams Canada Day Celebration Committee to host and organize the Glen Williams Duck Race.

The duck race has been a long time Glen Williams tradition on Canada Day, where upwards of 3000 rubber ducks are tagged and dumped into the credit river. Racing down the river the first few ducks to reach the shoot in the fence gets a predetermined prize. This year, GLT has a group of dedicated volunteers that have stepped up to the plate to keep the tradition alive!

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As September rolls around and school begins, the GLT Studio is a hive of activity. It is that time of year when the (GLTYC) Youth Company opens its doors to new members as well as welcoming back old ones.

Registration for youth ages 10 -18 yrs who are interested in learning all aspects of theatre will be on Saturday September 8th at 12 noon at the Studio, 33 Stewarttown Rd. The annual fee is $20.

The General Meeting will be at 1:00 p.m. Meet the Directors of the main stage production to be performed in May 2019 and hear a synopsis. We encourage parents and supporters to attend to ask any questions they may have.

For more information, call the Studio 905-877-3422, leave a message and your call will be returned. Follow us on

GLT 2018 - 2019 Season

3. GLT Hamish


Kelli books a trip for her overworked husband, Gordon and herself to his ancestor's former homestead in the Scottish Highlands. She plans to announce some big news but something bigger is afoot as they discover a deceased ancestor has not yet left the highlands. As the first Hamish causes havoc both in the cottage and out, Gordon comes to realize there is more to life than work. Hamish is a heart-warming comedy about family and love.

On Stage:

April 5-7, April 11-14, 2019 

At the John Elliott Theatre, 9 Church Street, Georgetown, ON  L7G 2A3

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Our Patrons

  • Catken Productions
  • Kathy & Bill Sanford
  • Al & Lois Fraser
  • Geraldine Kavanagh
  • Sharon Vandenberg
  • Walker Wood Foundation
  • Carol Archinoff
  • Fred & Rose Anna Helson
  • Vera Macdonald
  • Peter & Patricia McCarthy
  • The Moulton Family
  • Carolyn & Alan Ryall


  • Brenda & Larry Sisnett
  • Virginia Bancur
  • The d'Entremont Family
  • Fr. Robert Hétu
  • Dorothy & Jackie Hunt
  • Linda & Bob Leask
  • Sandra Massey
  • Dianne & Doug Penrice
  • Michael Halsall
  • In Memory of Gordon Hunt