We call it the Jewel Box...
The Robert Lee Brault Playhouse has had many nicknames. This century-old church, located in Green Bay's historic Broadway district, features an acoustically perfect theater with 193 seats. That means you're always close to the action on our stage.
It's been called The Old Church, The Old Castle, GBCT, and Community Theater. We call it The Jewel Box. We also call it home and love having you visit.
GBCT was founded in 1936 and we moved into this beautiful space in 1967. It's been our pleasure in all those decades to serve the community we live in. We have produced over 394 shows that, hopefully, have delighted and entertained you.
Whether you’ve been a season ticket holder for years or want to start a new tradition with friends, we welcome you to the Jewel Box!
Funny Little Thing Called Love
Farce of Habit
With this Ring...
Green Bay Community Theater is a nonprofit organization that engages with talented community members to provide quality theatrical productions that entertain and enrich our community.
GBCT will accomplish its mission by:
Producing four amateur theatrical productions of artistic merit each season.
Encouraging all members of the Greater Green Bay community to participate in our productions at their level of comfort.
Creating a culture of inclusivity to support a diversity of theater lovers for generations to come.
Being of service to the community by sharing our resources.
Maintaining and improving the Robert Lee Brault Playhouse.
Fundraising in the interest of supporting our mission and growing our impact for the community.
Green Bay Community Theater is governed by a nine-member Board of Directors. They each volunteer their time and expertise to make the ongoing decisions on theater policy.
President: Dave Zochert
Vice President: Sylvia Pratt
Secretary: Sara Ramaker
Treasurer: Sherrill Revolinski
Members at Large: