summer showcase

summer showcase

MCCT FREE JUNE 6! SHALL WE MAKE THE WELKIN DANCE INDEED? On June 6, from 7 to 8 pm, Monroe County Civic Theater will have an hour of songs and speech! A satyre of Lear, songs from Twelfth Night, and mysterious and pertinent announcements for interested parties! We’ll be in the Library Auditorium downtown, and if …

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Join us this weekend for Twelfth Night

Join us this weekend for Twelfth Night

Our first Shakespeare show of 2019 is May 17-19 at the Windfall Dance Studio. Check out what director Eric P. Van Gucht has to say about the show and get your tickets today at mcct.yapsody.com! Twelfth Night was my first Shakespearean show as an actor, playing Fabian at Bloomington North as a senior in high …

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Making Magic Behind the Scenes – Meet Stage Manager Dorothy Granger!

Making Magic Behind the Scenes – Meet Stage Manager Dorothy Granger!

There’s a good chance you’ve seen Dorothy at an MCCT show. She’s usually dressed all in black and she’s making sure the show happens from behind the curtain. As a seasoned Stage Manager, Dorothy is someone everyone in MCCT has come to rely on! Read on to hear why she volunteers with us and what …

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Meet Mr. Peach – Steve Scott

Meet Mr. Peach – Steve Scott

As we get closer to our Farndale Macbeth opening, we want to introduce you to some of our cast and crew. First up is Steve Scott. Steve has been a fixture in the MCCT and BPP worlds for years, but his role in Farndale is unlike anything he’s ever done before! What brought you to MCCT in …

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Meet the Cast of Twelfth Night

Meet the Cast of Twelfth Night

MCCT has two shows in the works right now! Look for Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at Windfall Dance Studio this May. Here is a peek at the cast! Viola – Robin Pyle Sebastian – Micheal Harrison Orsino – Jason Howard Olivia – Katie Benson Feste – Zilia Balkansky-Selles Sir Toby Belch – Thom Kirk Sir Andrew Aguecheek – Jason Lopez Malvolio – Roy …

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Farndale Macbeth Tickets On Sale Now!

Farndale Macbeth Tickets On Sale Now!

Join us April 12-14 for this hilarious comedy! What happens when an all-women’s dramatic society tries to put on Macbeth? Craziness, that’s what. Add in missing cast members, a special audience member, and more, and you have a recipe for hilarity!

Farndale Macbeth kicks off our 2019 Mainstage Shows!

Farndale Macbeth kicks off our 2019 Mainstage Shows!

Our first spring show this year is a lively and hilarious farce by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jnr – “The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s production of Macbeth!” Our director for this adventure is Bill Goveia. AND we have an incredible cast that includes: Mr. Peach, the critic – Steve Scott …

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2019 Annual Meeting! Join Us!

2019 Annual Meeting! Join Us!

Monroe County Civic Theater will be holding its annual member’s meeting to discuss the past season and the coming year. Look back on our great 2018 season and forward to our ambitious 2019 season plan. Board elections will also be held at the meeting. We will have five seats open this year as the two year terms of …

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Actor Profile: All Hail the King (Lear). Roy Sillings has never been better as King Lear

Actor Profile: All Hail the King (Lear). Roy Sillings has never been better as King Lear

Roy Sillings has been a part of MCCT for years, playing many roles and challenging the actors that work with him to be better than they have ever been before. As Lear, Roy is every bit the mad king, bringing every part of Lear’s personality to the stage. What made you audition for Lear? I …

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Actor Profile: Marty Cusato joins MCCT as the Fool in King Lear!

Actor Profile: Marty Cusato joins MCCT as the Fool in King Lear!

Marty Cusato makes his MCCT debut in King Lear this weekend! We asked him why he joined MCCT and why Lear matters today. What made you audition for Lear? I wanted to get involved with a non-profit community-oriented arts organization. Why do you think this story matters for today’s audiences? It reflects the disintegration of …

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