The Little Theater on the Bay is the second longest running community theater in Oregon, next to Eugene’s Very Little Theatre. LTOB, being a community theater, revolves around the community. In fact, we wouldn’t exist if ten members of our community hadn’t banded together and created a charter for the theater in Eleanor Shank’s living room in 1948.
Anyone and everyone can get involved with the theater, from directing a show or acting in one, getting involved with show preparation, donating to the restoration fund and fundraising throughout the community, or simply coming to a show or two.
If you haven’t seen us, Little Theatre on the Bay makes its home in the historic Liberty Theatre, located on the corner of Sherman Avenue and Washington Street in downtown North Bend, Oregon on Highway 101, headed south.