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LDTC Mini-Series Episode 1: The Rehearsal Process

Have you ever been curious about how we put up a show? Or what things are important for actors and directors in a rehearsal process? Want to learn more about theatre in general? Introducing the Lake Dillon Theatre Company Mini-Series, where we take you behind the curtain to learn...

Meet the Cast of The Cake: Kenneth Wayne Bradley

The Cake opens March 15, 2019, at the Lake Dillon Theatre Company. We sat down with the cast to learn more about why they are excited about the show! Today we feature Kenneth Wayne Bradley. The Cake is Kenneth’s LDTC debut! What excites you about your first show in...

Meet The Cast Of The Cake: Claire Kennedy

The Cake by Bekah Brunstetter opens March 15, 2019, at the Lake Dillon Theatre Company. We sat down with each of the cast members to learn more about their characters and what excites them about the Show. Today we caught up with past LDTC performer Claire Kennedy who will take...

Tech Week – CONSTELLATIONS

The cast and crew of CONSTELLATIONS are hard at work putting the finishing touches on the show. Here are a few photos of Joshua and Claire on set. The show opens Friday, November 23 and runs through December 16. Purchase tickets here! 

An interview Jasmine Eileen Coles and Larissa Lury

Currently playing at the Lake Dillon Theatre Company is Mr. Joy! We sat down with Director Larissa Lury and Jasmine Eileen Coles to learn more about their process of bringing the characters of Mr. Joy to life.

Opening Tonight! THE ABSOLUTE BRIGHTNESS OF LEONARD PELKEY.

The Absolute Brightness Of Leonard Pelkey is the first production of the Lake Dillon Theatre Company’s 2018 summer season. This season, we want to share with the community what it means “to be human” and to celebrate humanity. The play follows Chuck DeSantis, a small Jersey Town Cop, who...

Meet New Staff Member Jen Schwartz

1.  What are you most excited about working at the LDTC? How do I choose?  I suppose having a degree in Theatre, getting back to my roots in the Arts is what I look forward to the most. Even if I am not back on stage, just being in...