Community Theatre League

100 West Third Street
Williamsport, PA 17701


 The Community Theatre League (CTL) was formed in 1976 with the vision of creating a true community-driven organization focused on making, promoting and supporting the performing arts. To encourage local participation it was decided that there would be no membership dues or annual meetings, and that auditions would be open to anyone, whether or not they had previous performing experience. Today, the organization is made up primarily of volunteers who help organize, direct, perform, market, sell and work behind the scenes of numerous annual productions. We are considered a non-profit, 501 (C)(3) corporation.

In its beginning, the CTL operated out of various community auditoriums and parish halls, including Harmonia Hall, the Genetti ballroom, Annunciation Parish Center, Divine Providence Hospital auditorium and St. Boniface School auditorium. In 1979, the CTL leased a portion of the Trinity Episcopal Church's Parish House. It then moved to the refurbished Kingdom Hall on Washington Boulevard in Williamsport, where it operated for nearly 20 years.

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