Pontiac Theatre IV is an independent community theatre group presenting live theatre to Pontiac and Oakland County since 1969. Theatre IV presents four or five shows per season including a musical, a straight show, a children’s show and a musical review. The 2019-20 Season shows include, the hilarious horror spoof Curse of the Werewolf; the family favorite Anne of Avonlea; our children’s show Disney’s The Lion King, Jr, a Musical Review performed by our teenage members; and one of the all time classics of the dramatic stage, William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. We will also be announcing a major musical once the rights have been awarded. Watch the site and Facebook for more information!
Member and Friends,
This year due to Covid-19 complications we will be holding our general membership meeting online. So if you are a member come join us on zoom as we talk about what the future hold for the theatre and to hear election results.
The meeting will be held on line via Zoom conferencing on Saturday, August 1, 2020 at 3:00 pm. The link to the meeting is below. IF you are planning on attending, please enter the “Going” tab on our Facebook page so we can know approximately how many people will attend.
On Thursday April 16, the Pontiac Theatre IV Board of Directors met via Messenger for our monthly Meeting. The main focus of the meeting was to determine how to proceed during the Covid-19 pandemic. We finished our last production Grease
Pontiac Theatre IV want to update the status of our production Grease. As of Saturday, March 14 we still plan to go ahead with our Saturday and Sunday productions at the scheduled time. As of now, the board feels with
Pontiac Theatre IV is pleased to announce the schedule for Carl Tenuta Scholarship applications. This is the second annual Scholarship Theatre IV is presenting to a graduating High School senior. Applications Available January 15, 2020 Applications will be emailed to
ONLY ONE PERFORMANCE LEFT Pontiac Theatre IV is pleased to announce tickets are on sale now for its upcoming family show, Anne of Avonlea from the novel by L. M. Montgomery written by Joseph Robinette,” directed by John Tonner with