• Our Next Production of the 2019-20 Season

    by  • November 29, 2019

    Mr. Rickey Calls a Meeting, by Ed Schmidt
    Directed by Rick Flynn
    Production dates: 1/24 – 2/09/2020

    In a NYC hotel room, in the spring of 1947, Branch Rickey, owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers, meets with four prominent African-Americans to discuss breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball. He wants support from their community to help with the controversy he knows will ensue. Jackie Robinson, Joe Louis, Paul Robeson, and Bill Robinson, aka Mr. Bojangles, attend the meeting – but it isn’t an easy fix. Concern about loss of jobs, as well as suspicion about Branch Rickey’s motives, come into play. The 2012 revival was nominated for three Jeff Awards for Play Production, Direction, and Ensemble.

    Runtime: 90 Minutes – No Intermission


    Donate Your Cookies

    by  • July 28, 2019

    Are you a baker?

    Do you love to bake cookies or other delicious sweets?

    We’re always looking for volunteers to help provide the homemade cookies and treats, for intermission, The Dayton Theatre Guild is know for.

    If you’re not on the list, but would like to be added to our list of bakers, please click on the cookies to submit your contact information.  One of our cookie coordinators will give you a call and arrange a date you can whip up a batch of your famous treats to share at intermission.


    Have a question?

    by  • November 30, 2017

    We have the answer.

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    The answers to many of the most frequently asked questions are there.  The FAQs link is near the top of all of our web pages on our menu bar.

     


     

    Announcing Our 2020-2021 Season

    by  • January 21, 2020

    DAYTON THEATRE GUILD

    ANNOUNCES ITS

    20202021 SEASON


    Hedda Gabler, by Ibsen, adapted by Christopher Shinn
    Production dates: 08/21 – 09/06/2020
    Audition dates:  TBD
    Directed by TBD


    Women in Jeopardy!, by Wendy MacLeod
    Production dates: 10/09 – 10/25/2020
    Audition dates:  08/24 – 08/25/2020
    Directed by Margie Strader


    The Road to Mecca, by Athol Fugard
    Production dates: 12/04 – 12/20/2020
    Audition dates:  10/12 – 10/13/2020
    Directed by Scott Madden


    For the Loyal, by Lee Blessing
    Production dates: 02/05 – 02/21/2021
    Audition dates:  12/07 – 12/08/2020
    Directed by Doug Lloyd


    The Price, by Arthur Miller
    Production dates: 03/26 – 04/11/2021
    Audition dates:  02/08 – 02/09/2021
    Directed by Debra Kent


    The Norwegians, by C. Denby Swanson
    Production dates: 05/21 – 06/06/2021
    Audition dates:  03/29 – 03/30/2021
    Directed by Chris Harmon


     

    Shop and Give

    by  • August 7, 2017

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    Congratulations to the cast of…

    by  • February 5, 2020

    Mornings at Seven by Paul Osborn

    Theodore Swanson – Dave Nickel
    Cora Swanson – Dee Berdine
    Aaronetta Gibbs – Tori Tuccillo
    Ida Bolton – Margie Strader
    Carl Bolton – Richard Young
    Homer Bolton – Matthew Smith
    Myrtle Brown – Susie Gutierrez
    Esther Crampton – Barbara Jorgensen
    David Crampton – Charles Larkowski

    CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!

     

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