An exciting weekend coming up at KWLT!

We know we just closed down a fantastic production, but it's time for more theatre!

Kick off your Thanksgiving Weekend with the return of Battle of the Bards: Octobards on Friday October 9th!  Our talented and charming host Josh Hoey will present six-ish performers, who'll show their stuff in front of our patent-pending Wonderful Audience. (Spoiler alert: the Wonderful Audience is you!).  Then you get to vote! The show starts at 8pm, with doors open at 7:30pm; admission is by donation.

Tickets now available for Cinderella: A Pantomine!

Tickets are now on sale for our next show "Cinderella: A Pantomime" which opens on November 19th!

There will be a total of 12 shows for Cinderella; the usual evening shows at 8 PM and 2 PM matinees each Saturday that are perfect for children that would not be able to attend the evening showings!

You can find tickets right here


It's the final week for "Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"

There are still seats available for the final three shows of our 80th season opener, Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

The show examines the breakdown of the marriage of a middle-aged couple, Martha and George. Late one evening, after a university faculty party, they receive an unwitting younger couple, Nick and Honey, as guests, and draw them into their bitter and frustrated relationship.


Volunteer Call: Haunted House Director

Hi Everyone! Fall is upon us: the days are growing shorter, the leaves have begun to change and Pumpkin Spice is being added to everything. It also means that Halloween is coming and how better to celebrate than at the KWLT Haunted House? 

We are currently looking for applications for this year's Haunted House Director, also known as the King or Queen of Halloween! The Director is responsible for creating and running the Haunted House with support from the Social Chair. 

Duties Include:



Curious about the #woolfsecrets you've been seeing on Facebook and Twitter?

Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolfe? is a masterclass in secrets and lies. The site Postsecrets is also about secrets (and possibly lies). So we've combined the two into #woolfsecrets. Secrets from the characters in our play, secrets from our cast and crew, secrets from some characters you've seen on stage, and some from our board members have already gone up. Now it's your turn. Tell us a secret and we’ll tell the world.

It can be your secret. It can be a secret from the best (or worst) character you’ve ever played. It can be about you, or your relationship, or about your best friend’s terrible Oedipus complex. It can be truth. It can be a lie.

Just tell us a secret.