A stage for tomorrow's leaders!

Artistic Director: Michele McNally

Musical Director: Karen Kastner

Executive Director: Dana Gisana

Technical Director: Dan Bousfield

Mailing Address:
4195 15th Sideroad

King City, Ontario




NCTC's mission is to provide children the chance to explore, discover and grow through dramatic arts. Cooperation, self-expression and confidence building are just a few of the benefits that can be found through theatre productions. Studies have shown that children who partake in dramatic arts have increased academic performance, as well as higher degrees of empathy and broadened social skills.


We create original scripts and songbooks which are composed specifically for local community events. You may have seen us at the opening of Tasca Park, performing Playing Around; or our stage performance at Laskay Hall, A Very Nobleton Christmas.


Watch for a new performance celebrating Canada's 150th Birthday!



Special thanks to current sponsors:
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King Auto Repair Service

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Township of King

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Music 21

Nobleton TD Canada Trust

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We are currently researching and writing a new original musical which is to be performed on July 1st – Canada’s 150th Birthday – in the Village of Kettleby at their annual Canada Day celebration.

It will feature songs, dances and dramatics depicting the history of King Township.

A casting call, (auditions), will be held in late March 2017 with rehearsals beginning in April. Stay tuned to this website and our Facebook page “Nobleton Children’s Theatre Co.” for upcoming details.

We were pleased to participate in the Nobleton Tree Lighting Ceremony in December 2016. Paige Kelly and Cristian Morretto sang a hilarious version of “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus”, followed by the cute and sassy “Santa Girls” – Tia and Allie Suomela, Emma and Madeline Pilon, Saskia Walter, Grace Godfrey and Paige Kelly – performing “Santa Baby”. Saskia stayed on stage to give the audience goosebumps with her rendition of “Little Drummer Boy”. She was then joined by the entire cast who sang “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and “Sleigh Bells”. What a night! Don’t miss it this year!

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The inaugural production of our mini-musical “Playing Around” which was staged on the actual playground structure in Tasca Park in Nobleton at the park’s official opening on Saturday, September 10th, 2016 was a great success!

It’s seems, not only the town, but the entire Township of King was there to watch our 22 actors aged six to 14 perform the “West Side Story-esq”  show about two gangs who are both vying for the park as their “turf”. The show was specifically written for the park opening. The music for the Broadway-style songs were written by Nobleton pianist and piano instructor, Karen Kastner of Keys to Music Joy and the hip hop/rap Phat beats by drummer Adam Perzia.

Check out our photos below to see how much fun everyone had!

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Auditions March 2017 TBA

For auditions contact with your:

Preferred audition time
Availability - i.e. what nights/weekend days and times are you not available for rehearsal

You may contact us through this website or via email.

Where Little Stars Come to Shine

Nobleton Children's Theatre Company is a non-profit organization, relying on a core staff of volunteers who dedicate their time and talents to making each show a success.

Our funding comes from our generous supporters, through donations, fundraisers and ticket sales. No fees are charged to cast members. A good attitude and willing spirit are the only admission requirements.


Artistic Director:  Michele Siebler-McNally

Michele comes to NCTC after years of education and experience on stage and in film and television. Michele studied at Ryerson Theatre School under the tutelage of the wonderful instructors there, as well as, Equity instructors and the great Ivana Chubbuck among many private teachers. Michele has studied with voice coaches Peggy Redmond and Elaine Overholt who was the voice coach on Rob Marshall’s “Chicago”. Her credits are exciting and varied, from community theatre to Hollywood productions. She is very excited to have been asked to support NCTC to the best of her ability.