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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.

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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.


Show: Twelve Angry Men - Opens April 27th, 2018

Show: On a First Name Basis - Opens February 2nd, 2018





This delightful play tells the story of a successful but egocentric novelist with writer’s block and his witty housekeeper of twenty-eight years. He has received some devastating news and she has her own secret. In a ploy to avoid being alone David invites her to stay and have a drink. With revelations that are surprising, funny and extremely moving he comes to the realization that he knows nothing about her, while she knows absolutely everything about him! It’s a love story, a social commentary and a mystery all wrapped up in snappy dialogue.




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A young man is on trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. He doesn’t stand a chance. It looks like an open-and-shut case until one of the 12 jurors begins opening the others’ eyes to the facts. “This is a remarkable thing about democracy,” says a juror, “when deciding the fate of a man. We should not make the verdict a personal thing.” But personal it becomes as each juror reveals his character! Tempers get short, arguments grow heated. In tense, electrifying scenes, the final verdict is revealed. A superb, mature piece of dramatic literature

36 years