Thanks to you, we accomplished all of this!

Organizations like Community Theatre of Greensboro are more important now than ever.  The arts have always brought people together and have given community members of all backgrounds a positive outlet for expression and restorative community fellowship. Every day at CTG, we strive to achieve our goal of including everyone as we share in the excitement of participating in theatre—as actors, backstage crew, or audience members. Your contribution to CTG will give aspiring performers wings and help build a community of confident and compassionate artists.

Some highlights from this year:

  • CTG brought socially conscious and thought –provoking productions of West Side Story and The Diary of Anne Frank to life at the Starr Theatre. Both shows received fantastic reviews, sold-out many performances, and generated fantastic post-show conversations among theatre-goers.
  • CTG’s award-winning Centerstage Youth performing once again brought home the most coveted award: Best Overall Performance at the prestigious International Junior Theatre Festival in Atlanta, and they were featured on the cover of Musical Theatre International’s magazine! The kids also won the community service award for gathering and delivering supplies to families devastating by flooding in South Carolina. We are so proud of these kids!
  • Onstage and Inclusive, our unique special needs theatre program continues to grow. This year its 42 participants explored and developed a performance showcase that was entirely their own.  The production was inspiring and delightful and was a featured story on the front page of the Greensboro News & Record’s Life section on July 10th, 2016.
  • CTG was the very first theatre group in the Triad to bring Broadway’s Sister Act to the stage. The toe-tapping, feel-good musical brought brand new, talented performers out to audition and wowed sold-out audiences with a fun and uplifting show.
  • Our 22nd annual production of The Wizard of Oz once again brought joy and merriment to audiences and volunteers alike.  The all-volunteer production was a true celebration of diversity.  Everyone involved connected to the virtues of hard work, the sharing of talents, and giving back to the community.  Thanks to a grant from GCAVB, plans for the future include new sets with added features to be unveiled at the 25th anniversary production in 2019.

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