OUR MISSION STATEMENT

 

 

Community Little Theatre is a volunteer​ driven, non-profit organization.

Our goal is to provide affordable, professional quality entertainment in the

performing arts while at the same time fulfilling our civic responsibility

to contribute to the education, training and experience of those wishing

to pursue activities in live theater.

OUR BLACK LIVES MATTER 

 STATEMENT

Lewiston-Auburn’s  Community Little Theatre has been a proud member of this community for over 80 years.  We strive to represent ALL of our members and to

serve as a safe place for all that participate with us.

 

As such, we stand by the Black Community – and indeed all communities of color – against oppression and violence. 

We also stand against any and all acts of racism and prejudice. 

 

Sadly, our doors are currently closed – but our hearts are open and we wish to add our voices to those calling for the need for change.   Open or closed, we will continue to do our part – particularly in raising awareness – to ensure that racism is not tolerated and that all members of society are treated equally with the expectation of justice for all.  

 

#BlackLivesMatter

OUR DIVERSITY AND INCLUSIVITY STATEMENT

 

Community Little Theater (CLT) is proud to be actively committed to cultivating a diverse and inclusive environment for all patrons and members. CLT is dedicated to include involvement from all without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, or age. We have created a safe space for everyone who joins us, where we foster a sense of belonging and where people can be their authentic selves without fear of retaliation or harassment from anyone. We believe that art can only be created in a safe space and that diversity and inclusivity are an integral part of making theater and to this end, we are committed to being inclusive to all in our community.

 

OUR ANTI-HARASSMENT POLICY

 

We recognize that to achieve our mission to provide professional quality entertainment in the performing arts, we must operate in a climate of mutual respect and in an environment that enables everyone to perform to their best potential. Therefore, it is Community Little Theatre’s policy to strictly prohibit harassment, as well as inappropriate or unwelcomed behavior.

 

COMMUNITY LITTLE THEATRE HAS ZERO TOLERANCE FOR HARASSING CONDUCT. THIS EXTENDS TO PATRONS, MEMBERS, AND ANYONE PRESENT ON PROPERTY PERTAINING TO CLT BUSINESS.

 

Our theater is a safe place for EVERYONE.

 

Harassing conduct includes, but is not limited to:

∙ Bullying

∙ Slurs

∙ Derogatory or disrespectful remarks

∙ Spreading rumors

∙ Swearing at an individual outside of the scope of the show

∙ Unwanted Jokes

∙ Obscenities

∙ Incessant unwanted teasing

∙ Expressing or insinuating threats

∙ Threatened assault

∙ Hitting, punching, and any other unwanted touching

∙ Malicious or insulting gestures

 

Sexual Harassment:

Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that involves any unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and any other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when:

∙ Submission to or rejection of such conduct is made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of a person’s status or

∙ Submission to or rejection of such conduct by a person is used as a basis for decisions affecting that person, or

∙ Such conduct interferes with an individual’s performance or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive environment.

 

This policy applies to:

∙ Any member of the production team: contractors, musicians, patrons and visitors;

∙ Any person on the property of CLT who volunteers including but not limited to ushers, box office, committee members and Board members

2020 - 2021

CLT BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

John Blanchette - President

Brandon Chaloux - Vice-President

Jane Mitchell - Secretary

Dawn Rancourt - Treasurer

 

Tim Cowan

Emily Flynn - Education / Development

Robert Gardner - Development

William Hamilton - Building / Development

Dan Kane - Building

Jackie McDonald - Production Board

Chip Morrison - City Liaison / Finance

John B. Nutting - Box Office / Web

Jason Potter - Building

Andrea Quaid - Governance / Development

Ashleigh Maegan St. Pierre - Inclusion / Diversity

Gerry Therrien

Becca Tinkham - Marketing

Sean Wallace - Development

STAFF

Penny Drumm - Business Manager

 

2020 - 2021 CLT PRODUCTION BOARD

Eileen Messina - Co-Executive Director

Jennifer McClure Groover - Co-Executive Director

Lynn O'Donnell - Production Board Chair

Christopher Hodgkin - Artistic Director

Karen McClure Richard - Costume Chair

 

WHATS NEW AT CLT
CONTACT US

Mailing Address: P.O.Box 262, Auburn, ME 04210

Physical Address: 30 Academy St, Auburn, ME 04210

(207) 783-0958

Email: info@laclt.com

Box Office: boxoffice@laclt.com

 

 

BOX OFFICE HOURS

At this time, the physical Box Office will not be open until further notice.  You may, however, call us at the above number at any time and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Mondays 

4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

The Box Office will be open one hour before the start of the show on performance days.



boxoffice@laclt.com

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