509 1/2 Main Street

Genoa, OH  43430

419-855-3103 for Reservations

© 2019 by Genoa Civic Theatre

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ABOUT GCT

Genoa Civic Theatre is housed on the second floor of Genoa’s Historic Town Hall.  This once condemned facility was refurbished and stands as a tribute to the village’s civic pride and rich history.

The opera house was completed on January 2, 1883.  “The Three Wise Owls by A.O. Miller was the first production performed on our stage.   

With the hard work and effort of many of our thespians, Genoa Civic Theatre has been providing entertainment to our local community for the past 38 years.   

We offer three shows each season. Box office opens 45 minutes prior to a performance.   The curtain time is 7:30 p.m. with Sunday matinee performances starting at 2:00 p.m. For your comfort and convenience, we have padded seats, elevator access, and wheelchair accessible seating.  We provide an intermission in which you can enjoy snacks and drinks for a small donation.   

Our ticket price is $12.00 for adults.  Seniors and students are $ 10.00. We also offer season tickets. 

 

If you would like to support GCT we have several levels of sponsorship available as well.  We are a very friendly small group that is always looking for volunteers.   If you have ever been bitten by the theatre bug, we have many jobs available.   We are always in need of actors, directors, stagehands and lighting and sound technicians.  We are willing to train anyone for any position.  

If you would like to step back in time and take a historical theatrical visit, come out to Genoa Civic Theatre and enjoy an evening of quality family entertainment.

Meet Our Board Officers

Donna Wollenslegel

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President

Vicki Niefer

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Vice President

Denise Lowry

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Treasurer

Chelsea Lowry

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Secretary

Our Board Members

Trustees: Jim Vaughn, Joel Mann, and Barb Markley

Members at Large: Adam Schumacher, Brenda Clough, and Tom Kepler