What’s New

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We hope to see you at the theatre very soon!

NEW: Read Jeff Mahoney’s rave review of Myth of the Ostrich, courtesy of the Hamilton Spectator

NEW: You’ll want to read this profile of Mary Rose, the director of Myth of the Ostrich.

NEW: Read a preview of Myth of the Ostrich by Jeff Mahoney in the Hamilton Spectator.

NEW: Read a preview of Myth of the Ostrich by Tamara Kamermans in View magazine.

NEW: Check out this profile of Kelly Kimpton, playing Holly in Myth of the Ostrich, opening Friday January 20.

NEW: Read a profile of Christine Marchetti, who plays Pam in our upcoming production of Myth of the Ostrich.

NEW: Read a preview of Myth of the Ostrich by Amanda Cosby-Nesbitt, courtesy of Steel City Girl

NEW: Check out the profile of Kimberly Jonasson, playing Cheryl in our upcoming production of Myth of the Ostrich.

NEW: Tickets for our next production, Myth of the Ostrich by Matt Murray, are now on sale!

NEW: DLT is sad to report the recent deaths of long-time supporters Anne Redish and Doreen Oxland. Please click on the links to read obituaries of these two ladies.

Read our October 2022 Newsletter here!

Download a copy of our 2022-23 Season Brochure.

Read our August 2022 Newsletter here!

Dundas Little Theatre is accepting applications for a Bar Manager. Duties include ensuring the theatre has a valid alcohol permit, purchasing wine and beer, and supervising bartending operations. Possession of a Smart Serve Certificate or willingness to apply for one would be an asset. This is an unpaid position; a true community theatre, DLT is entirely run by volunteers. Please use the Send Us a Message box at the foot of this page to apply or to find out further information.

Here are the performance details of the three plays in our upcoming 2022-23 season:

Play #1 (October-November 2022): The Humans by Stephen Karam

Directed by Matt Willson

Breaking with tradition, Erik Blake has brought his Pennsylvania family to celebrate Thanksgiving at his daughter’s apartment in lower Manhattan. As darkness falls outside the ramshackle pre-war duplex, eerie things start to go bump in the night and the heart and horrors of the Blake clan are exposed.

  • Friday October 28
  • Saturday October 29
  • Friday November 4
  • Saturday November 5
  • Sunday November 6 (matinee)
  • Thursday November 10
  • Friday November 11
  • Saturday November 12
  • Sunday November 13 (matinee)

Evening performances at 8:00 pm; matinees at 2:00 pm.

Play #2 (January-February 2023): Myth of the Ostrich by Matt Murray

Directed by Mary Rose


Holly……Kelly Kimpton
Pam……Christine Marchetti
Cheryl……Kimberly Jonasson

Tickets for Myth of the Ostrich are now on sale!

After Pam finds a letter that she deems inappropriate from her teenage son to his mystery girlfriend, she arrives unannounced at other mother Holly’s house to discuss matters. From a small town and new to the big city, Pam also sees the letter as an excuse to get out of the house and meet new people. Holly, a severely blocked self-help writer, naturally welcomes the distraction with open arms. What starts as a pleasant visit, quickly becomes a complicated, bizarre and hilarious roller-coaster ride of misunderstandings …

  • Friday January 20
  • Saturday January 21
  • Friday January 27
  • Saturday January 28
  • Sunday January 29 (matinee)
  • Thursday February 2
  • Friday February 3
  • Saturday February 4
  • Sunday February 5 (matinee)

Evening performances at 8:00 pm; matinees at 2:00 pm.

Play #3 (April-May 2023): An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley

Directed by George Thomas


Edna……Joy Fournier / Julie Gross

Mrs Birling……Tamara Kamermans

Mr Birling……Nicholas Ruddick

Sheila Birling……Rebecca Durance Hine

Eric Birling……Gareth Finnigan

Gerald Croft……Mike Wierenga

Inspector Goole……Tim Hevesi

The action of the play occurs in an English industrial city, where a young girl commits suicide and an eminently respectable British family is subject to a routine inquiry in connection with the death. An inspector calls to interrogate the family, and during the course of his questioning, all members of the group are implicated lightly or deeply in the girl’s undoing …

  • Friday April 21
  • Saturday April 22
  • Friday April 28
  • Saturday April 29
  • Sunday April 30 (matinee)
  • Thursday May 4
  • Friday May 5
  • Saturday May 6
  • Sunday May 7 (matinee)

Evening performances at 8:00 pm; matinees at 2:00 pm.
Please watch this space for more information about our new season coming soon!

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Dundas Little Theatre, 37 Market Street South, Dundas, Ontario L9H 3B3

For information/queries, call: 905-627-1620
For tickets, call: 905-627-5266

For rentals or other facilities questions, please email DLT Facilities Coordinator Daniel Van Amelsvoort at danilian@gmail.com

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