Current Season

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September 15-17 & 21-25, 2022

Join us for Neil Simon's farcical play set in 1988 residential New York. Ken and his wife Chris arrive at Ken's best friend Charlie's house for an anniversary party to find Charlie passed out with a bullet hole in his ear and his wife missing. Other guest's start to arrive! Can Ken and Chris cover for Charlie until they know what exactly happened? Come and find out!

(15, 16, 21, 22, & 23; 7:30pm)

(17, 24, & 25; 4pm)

November 10-12 & 16-20, 2022

Based on real life events we follow Catherine throughout her career at the Westclox Radium Dial Company in Ottawa, near Chicago, Illinois in the 1920's and 30's. The job is everything she could dream of, until time changes things. This beautifully crafted play by playwright Melanie Marnich evokes both imagination as well as the heart.

(10, 11, 16, 17, & 18; 7:30pm)

(12, 19, & 20; 4pm)

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February 16-18 & 22-26, 2023

Harold “Harry” Kent and Paul Riggs have been mystery crime writing partners for the last ten years. Harold wants to branch off in a new direction, so he tells Paul. Paul doesn’t take the news well and threatens to blackmail and/ or murder Harold, if he dissolves the partnership. The only way for Harold to get out is to murder Paul. Will everyone survive? Come see this dramatic thriller to find out!

(16, 17, 22, 23, & 24; 7:30pm)

(18, 25, & 26; 4pm)

April 20-22 & 26-30  2023

Olivia and Gabe are moving into their first apartment together. heir moving day doesn’t go exactly as planned though, when both pairs of very different parents, who’ve driven across the U.S., show up to help. Surprise! Can a two-bedroom apartment contain all the love, laughs, worry and wisdom? What’s about to happen?

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(20, 21, 26, 27, & 28; 7:30pm)

(22, 29, & 30; 4pm)

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Current Health & Safety Guidelines

Please review our safety guidelines before purchasing tickets.

To offer the safest environment possible for our patrons, artists, employees, volunteers and community, we have implemented the following requirements for everyone who enters the building.

Mask requirement for The Gentleman Clothier: We highly suggest that you wear a face mask that covers nose and mouth throughout the building, except when actively eating or drinking. This policy will be reviewed before The Red Velvet Cake War.

 

Green Bay Community Theater follows the guidelines set by the CDC, the State of Wisconsin, Brown County, and the City of Green Bay. As you are aware these are ever-changing, contact the box office for up-to-the-minute information: This information is published as of December 29, 2021.

 

If you are feeling ill, even just a little bit, please stay at home. The Box Office will help you exchange your tickets, convert the value into a donation or provide a refund.

Seating: GBCT is selling tickets at full capacity. If you would like to change your seats once you arrive, visit the box office and we will do our best to accommodate the change. Patrons will be asked to leave the theater from back to front.

Masks: Masks will be highly recommended to attend a performance The Gentleman Clothier at Green Bay Community Theater.  We ask patrons for responsible and respectful cooperation of this policy. Our goal is to continue to provide a safe environment for everyone. We will have masks available for anyone who did not bring one.

Hand Sanitizers. Stations will be available near all entryways to the theater, restrooms, and in other strategic locations. 

Actors, Crew and Staff Safety: Everyone working on the show has been vaccinated. For the safety of all, we will not be hosting our usual "Meet the Actors" after our performances. If you would like to congratulate those involved please post on our Facebook Page.

Cleaning: Staff will sanitize high traffic and high touch areas throughout the performance and sanitize the theater after every performance.

Although Green Bay Community Theater follows CDC guidelines to disinfect our facility, GBCT cannot guarantee you will not be exposed to COVID-19. By entering Green Bay Community Theater, visitors accept all responsibility for the medical risk associated with their presence in a public space for themselves and for those for whom they act as legal guardians. The Green Bay Community Theater is not liable for illness or injury beyond what may be prevented through reasonable accommodations. Please follow the city ordinance on masks, avoid touching surfaces, wash your hands or use hand sanitizers frequently, and please follow all signage posted to provide you with an up-to-date safe experience.

 

If you missed our 2020-2021 Off-Stage Season see below for links to our webinars.

Scenic Design with April Beiswenger

September 17, 2020:  Click here to watch recording

Costume Design with April Beiswenger

September 24, 2020:  Click here to watch recording

PostIts, Pencils & Paperwork!

The Basics of Stage Management

with Erin Gerard & Chad Bishop

October 1, 2020: Click here to watch recording

Director's Panel Conversation with

Craig Berken, Kristi Skrinska & Dave Zochert

October 8, 2020: Click here to watch recording.

Lighting Design for the Stage with April Beiswenger

October 15, 2020: Click here to watch recording. 

Actor's Panel Conversation with Lyle Becker, Lina Green, Bill Sergott,  Jami Thompson & Eric Westphal

October 22, 2020, Click here to watch recording. 

Death and Beauty  with April Beiswenger

October 29, 2020 Click here to watch recording.

Post-Its Talkback with actors and director

November 19, 2020 Click here to watch recording.

The A, B, C's of Makeup for the Stage with Christopher Russo

December 3, 2020 Click here to watch recording.

Cornered by Robert Patrick Talkback with actors; Kathryn Schroeder and Eric Westphal and director Sandy Zochert

January 28, 2021: Click Here to watch recording. 

With This Ring Talkback with actors and director

February 18, 2021 Click here to watch recording.