We need YOUR help!


This is a very difficult time for families, business, and community organizations.

The Little Theater of Gastonia, your community theater for 70 years, needs your help if we are to bring great community theater to the next generation of Gaston County residents.


Help LTG Now
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We need YOUR help!


This is a very difficult time for families, business, and community organizations.

The Little Theater of Gastonia, your community theater for 70 years, needs your help if we are to bring great community theater to the next generation of Gaston County residents.


Help LTG Now
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Overview

Little Theater & COVID-19


Here's the short and sweet version of why LTG needs your help, how we got here, and ways you can support your community theater.

Our Current Situation

LTG relies on income from our productions, including summer programs, to fund our operating budget. We have postponed and canceled these activities for the safety of our artists, volunteers, and patrons, as well as to comply with State orders. This leaves us in a situation where we have no revenue, but our expenses continue unabated.

How can I help?

  1. If you can, make a tax-deductible contribution online to LTG today! Other ways to donate.
  2. Share this plea on social media. Include your own favorite memories of YOUR community theater in a simple video.
  3. Write your North Carolina and Congressional representatives and ask them to provide funding to community arts programs like LTG.

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Why is LTG in this position?

Community theater has never been financially independent. Even in our best-attended seasons, LTG needs additional financial assistance. With our doors shuttered for months on end, our situation is even more difficult. Theaters across the region and the nation are making similar pleas to their communities.

I have more questions

Please take a moment to contact us through email or Facebook. You can also learn more about our situation, where the theater was headed prior to the COVID-19 closures, and what the Board of Directors is doing to keep LTG going.