To help keep our spirits lifted during these challenging times, we're reminiscing about Cottage Theatre's Top Ten Shows, revealing a new show in our countdown each Friday. These shows were your favorites, judging by the number of you who attended. Click on the image below to read the newsletter that reveals our 10th most popular show of all time.
Our 2020 season opens on Friday, January 31 with Arsenic and Old Lace, Joseph Kesselring's 1939 comedy. Read all about it -- along with other CT news -- in the latest issue of our newsletter.
There's lots happening at Cottage Theatre! Romeo and Juliet opens February 1. Our cast for The Sound of Music has just been announced. Rhythm & Blues Revue is coming soon. And we're hard at work on our ACT III Remodeling Project. Read all about it in the current issue of the CT newsletter.
2019 will be a year to remember at Cottage Theatre, with a wonderful season of shows AND a big remodeling project in the summer to make your CT experience even more wonderful. Read all about it in this issue of our newsletter.
We're excited to open our 2018 season on February 2 with the outrageous, door-slamming, backstage farce Noises Off. Read all about it, and other Cottage Theatre news, in the current edition of our newsletter.
Due to the overwhelming popularity of our summer camps we are expanding our program for this coming summer. Read all about this year's summer camp offerings in the current issue of our newsletter.
We are excited to welcome our newest cast of bold, seafaring adventurers -- plus a few pirates. You can read about this and other news in the latest issue of our newsletter.
We're thrilled to announce or 35th season of plays and musicals, which will open with Peter and the Starcatcher in February 2017. Read the latest issue of our newsletter to learn more.
This past weekend, we held our bi-annual Spotlight Awards to honor cast, crew, and shows from our 2014 and 2015 seasons. See who won in this issue of our newsletter and join us in celebrating this terrific volunteers!
The cast of A Chorus Line was announced Monday morning . . . and vocal rehearsals began Monday evening. Read all about it (and other news) in the current issue of our newsletter.
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