Founded in the spring of 1933 during the depths of the Great Depression, the Toledo Repertoire Theatre has been Northwest Ohio's premier community theatre for over 85 years! Our first production was Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, performed at Collingwood Presbyterian Church in what is now the Old West End. With that first production, The Rep became Toledo’s first community theatre. The Rep moved into its current location at 16 10th Street in 1934 after the building was renovated. The 10th Street stage was originally a church belonging to the First Alliance Congregation; it was constructed in 1906. When the church’s membership grew too large, the building was sold to the founding members of The Rep in 1933.The Toledo Rep's mission is to educate, entertain, and serve Toledo and the surrounding region through live theatre. As Toledo’s longest-operating community theatre, we offer a wide variety of live theatre programming, including classic plays, comedies, dramas, musicals, Special Events, Edgy Rep Readings and the holiday favorite, "A Christmas Carol". Our education branch provides educational and theatrical opportunities for both young and old alike. The Toledo Repertoire Theatre is a vibrant and vital performing arts organization in our area making it 'Toledo's Community Theatre'.
16 10th Street Toledo, OH 43604 419-243-9277 (phone)
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