norwich theater company, Inc

…one act at a time


A Toast To Broadway – A Cabaret
Saturday, June 8th, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm at the Colonia Theater Ballroom – Norwich Colonia Theater 35 South Broad Street, Norwich.
A Toast To Broadway V represents our fifth annual fundraising event, and is a celebration of the music and stories of Broadway – both of today and yesteryear.  Featuring talented local artists, this event is sponsored by Nina’s Pizzeria & Restaurant and is a 21+ event.  Guests will be treated to light desserts, quality entertainment, and a complimentary champagne toast.  A cash bar, door prizes, raffles, and more round out the evening, which is held in the beautiful Colonia Theater Ballroom. 
Tickets are $25 per person
Performances from: Rent, The King & I, Little Shop of Horrors, In The Heights, Oliver!, Avenue Q, Calamity Jane, Porgy & Bess, Chicago, The Prom, and many more!!!


Tickets are available at The Chenango Arts Council Office, or, Service Pharmacy in Norwich, New Berlin, and Sherburne. You can also purchase tickets online here.

Reservations required by June 1st. 










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In addition to stage plays and performance events, NTCI is available to hire for musical performances, murder mysteries, game shows, and more… 

Music Makers

The NTCI Music Makers is a group of singers who just love to entertain.  The Music Makers are the core of our Annual Toast To Broadway, and we also sing for hire!  We would love to come entertain you!

Our Location

Most of our live performances take place in the Martin W. Kappel Theater, located at 27 West Main Street, Norwich, NY.  Our offices are currently located in Room 103 of that building.  We would like to thank the Chenango Arts Council for their support.