The Covid-19 pandemic unfolded quickly, drastically shifting every aspect of our lives. As we continue to
adjust to the aftermath created by the virus, we wish to express our gratitude to the first responders,
medical personnel, and others, who have kept our community going through these challenging times. At the
Terrace Little Theatre we remain “physically distant” but stand together in our resolve to overcome this
challenge. We are collaboratively looking for innovative ways to conduct our business in the future.
While we have always been able to rely on support from our community members, businesses, and
government in the past, we gratefully acknowledge that our organization is leaning more heavily on our
community for support at this time. While not being able to create our own cash flow through our
regular season production schedule, we have instead tightened our belts and rolled up our sleeves to
dive deep into some much needed theatre building improvements and maintenance projects.
These projects would not have been possible without the amazing support we have received in the form of volunteer labour, grants, and donations. We have received help over the years from many, many businesses, groups, and government agencies, and the following list is not an exhaustive one.
On behalf of our President Robin MacLeod and our 2021 TLT Board of Directors, we offer our
heartfelt gratitude and appreciation.
|Bear Creek Contracting|
|Betty Barton Construction|
|City of Terrace|
|Dr. Rebecca L. Counts Optometric Corporation|
|E. B. Horsman|
|Gopher Mini Services|
|Government of Canada|
|Greater Terrace Beautification Society|
|Ideal Office Supplies|
|Northern Development Trust|
|Northern Savings Credit union|
|Sight and Sound|
|Skeena Valley Golf and Country Club|
|Terrace and District Arts Council|
|Terrace Community Foundation|