Celebrating 60 years of live community theatre, the Longmont Theatre Company began in 1967 as a fundraising committee for the then-new Longmont United Hospital. The fundraising complete, the volunteers continued to perform as a community theater in venues throughout town and became known as Longmont’s Potpourri Players.

In 1991, longing for a permanent home, they purchased the Trojan Theater, a movie house at 513 Main Street, and changed their name to Longmont Theatre Company.

Currently, LTC presents seven to nine live productions each season, runs a summer theater program for children ages five through eighteen, and offers free Shakespeare in the Park each summer through the outreach group A Taste of Shakespeare.

Auditions for this volunteer-supported organization are open to all. Community members are also invited to participate with sound, lights, set construction, concession sales, fundraising, and box office.

Longmont Theatre Company has enjoyed success and great community support over the past 60 years, and we look forward to the next 60 years! Thank you to the many volunteer and patrons for your continued commitment to live theater in Longmont.

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