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Get both those birds with one stone! ETC welcomes sponsorship from businesses or individuals. While you are helping to grow and develop our program, we help spread awareness about your company through a variety of methods. Learn More >
As a not-for-profit group, Elmira Theatre Company relies on the support of its patrons, community, and most of all, its volunteers. There are 3 easy ways that you are able to support us, besides attending our performances.
Canadian maritimer Luke Fraser and prairie-girl Sarah Frank share a love of folk songs and fiddle tunes. Drawing from the Canadian, American, and Celtic traditions, the two pour the spirit of story-telling and kitchen parties into their own writing. Luke brings guitar, mandolin and home-grown east coast vocals in harmony with Sarah’s singing, lyrical fiddle playing and claw-hammer banjo. They will be joined at Elmira Theatre on Sept. 8, 2016 by New York cellist Kaitlyn Raitz.
The theatre is an extremely fun place to be, regardless of age. There are many volunteer opportunities available and experience is not necessary. Learn More >
Elmira Theatre Company (ETC), as a vibrant community group, exists to promote diverse theatrical opportunities through a commitment to skills development and artistic excellence. Currently producing 3 shows, including 1 dinner theatre a year, we have been a centre for excitement and entertainment for 36 years.
It's a he said/she said comedy! When a wife misinterprets what she sees her husband doing, she runs to her best friend to cry on her shoulder. Her friend's best husband just happens to be the brother of the supposed miscreant so he's sent to ask what's going on. This hilarious, tennis-match-like-play addresses the age old questions of wives wondering why men do what they do, while husbands wonder how to get away with doing what they did!
Our small town theatre wouldn't be possible if it weren't for the growing list of patrons who have donated to keep our venue of entertainment running. Learn More >