The Last Mountain Theatre Company (LMTC) is a thriving, not-for-profit community group dedicated to the continuation and preservation of amateur theatre. With over 20 full-time members, LMTC runs, on average, two productions a year – a fall production and a full-length dinner theatre in the spring. Every second year, the fall production is replaced with a highly successful haunted house; the basement of the Strasbourg Memorial Hall is transformed into a highly-detailed, gruesome masterpiece, resulting in one terrifying experience.
The LMTC mentors and shares resources with the William Derby School Drama Club and has performed joint productions with them as well. LMTC has hosted the provincial Theatre Saskatchewan One-Act Theatre Festival, a well-attended weekend event where amateur theatre groups from across Saskatchewan showcase their one-act productions, complete with adjudication, various theatre workshops, and lively Green Rooms.
The LMTC holds regular meetings, which are advertised in the community calendar. Anyone who is interested in any aspect of theatre, whether it is acting, directing, stage managing, technical, set construction and design, or make-up and costuming is invited to attend.