Our 2019-2020 Season


directed by Peter Lloyd

April 24th and 25th

May 1st, 2nd, 3rd*, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th*.

evenings 8 p.m.

*Sunday Matinee 2 p.m.

Twists and turns from the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie, are guaranteed in this ethical melodrama.  A lesser known 1958 play that abandons the usual Christie formula to reveal the struggle between right and wrong.  Christie herself considered this to be her finest effort written for the stage.

*please note

The Dundas Little Theatre is a volunteer-driven organization operating out of the Garstin Centre For The Arts at 37 Market St. S. in Dundas, Ontario.  We provide Community Theatre, three shows per season during the fall, winter and spring months.  We are usually open Wednesday evenings 7-9 p.m.  Single memberships are $15.00 per year.  Family memberships are $20.00 per year.  Please send a cheque to Dundas Little Theatre, P.O. Box 65605, Dundas, Ontario, L9H 6Y6 with your email address if you would like to receive our newsletters and notice of our Annual General Meeting.  We do not respond to unsolicited joint business ventures.  We do consider rentals of the theatre and lobby during the off season according to our rates.

Dundas Little Theatre Inc.

​               Where Theatre Comes to Play

Over the River and Through the Woods

directed by Tamara Kamermans

January 24th, 25th,

January 31st, February 1st, 2nd*, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th*.

evenings 8 p.m.

*Sunday Matinee 2 p.m.

Written by Joe DiPietro an Italian-American comedy of a young man rising up the corporate ladder in New York City while faithfully visiting his quirky grandparents

every Sunday for dinner.  When he is offered a promotion across the continent in Seattle, Washington, his grandparents rebel at the thought.

Einstein's Gift

directed by Ryan Trepanier

October 25th and 26th

November 1st, 2nd, 3rd* 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th*.

Evenings 8 p.m.

*Sunday Matinee 2 p.m.

Canadian playwright Vern Thessien explores the relationship between two Nobel Prize winning scientists Fritz Haber and Albert Einstein, whose discoveries transformed the world as we knew it.  Using Einstein as the narrator, Mr. Thessien brings forth arguments that both champion and check the advances of modern science.