How to Become a Member

If you have an e-mail address:

  1. If you are not already on the newsletter e-mail list please add your name here.
  2. Complete and send a scanned copy of the Membership form (below) or otherwise provide similar information in an  e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. specifying how you would like to pay for your membership.
    • In cash at the boxoffice or otherwise in person
    • make a phone payment to the boxoffice
    • by an e-mail transfer
  3. Make your payment by the arranged method when you receive confirmation of receipt.

If you don't have an e-mail address please visit the box office or sign up in person at the annual open house or when joining a production.

Membership Form

Membership season starts on July 1 and ends on June 30 of the following year.  There is no restriction on when a individual may join the BTG.

Memberhsip fees are as follows:

  • Individual:  $20
  • Student: $10
  • Family: $35

As a thank you for choosing to become a member and being involved in the Guild, each member will receive a compimentary ticket for the first Friday or Saturday performance of all regular season productions to which they contribute.  (A member's contribution is determined by being listed by name in as production team, cast or crew in the programme.)  This complimentary ticket may be used by anyone the member designates including themselves if not otherwise active in the performance. 

Why Be A BTG Member?

The Belleville Theatre Guild is an all volunteer, amateur community theatre organization that takes pride in producing top-quality comedies, dramas and musicals chosen to appeal to a wide range of audience tastes, and to provide exciting creative opportunities for local actors, playwrights, technicians and theatre lovers.

The Guild actively promotes participation, interest in, and enjoyment of live theatre through the performance of theatrical productions for the community at large. To do so, the Guild provides:

  • annual programs and schedules of theatrical productions, including securing of performance rights.
  • a production team (directors, producers, stage managers, etc.) for each production,
  • a technically supported venue for performance,
  • set construction materials and constructed and painted sets,
  • rehearsal space,
  • costumes and props,
  • instruction, education and coaching to participants in all of the theatre arts as required, in a mutually supportive environment,
  • promotion of each production,
  • a ticket sales system,
  • administrative and financial management of all of the above.

Becoming a BTG member both acknowledgesthe support which Guild provides for your participation, and gives you an opportunity to positively influence its operation by:

  • being involved in productions as production team, cast or crew,

  • serving on committees,

  • communicating opportunites or concerns to the Board of Directors,

  • running for positions on the Board of Directors, and/or

  • voting to choose members for the Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting in June each year.