• October 22-October 22, 2016

    Yucca Theatre

    Rating: an adult audience

    Improv is returning to the Yucca for a special fall performance. Join us for some fast-paced comedy, cheap drinks, and some raunchy fun. Doors open when the bar opens at 7:00 PM and the show starts at 8:00PM.

  • October 29-October 29, 2016

    Yucca Theatre

    Rating: an adult audience

    The HamHock Howl is back! Save the date! Tickets go on sale October 5 at Midnight. More information to come...

  • September 30-October 9, 2016

    Davis Theatre I

    Rating: the whole family

    This familiar story about a small wooden puppet who longs to become real was originally conceived by Italian writer Carlo Collodi in his novel, The Adventures of Pinocchio. Adapted for our stage by Bill Williams for the Pickwick Players, observe this tale of calamity and misfortune. Pinocchio leaves his home and creator, Geppetto, to explore an unfamiliar world finding mostly trouble. The little wooden rascal encounters a series of dubious characters, including a fox and cat that have nothing but bad intentions. Cut those strings and join in on the excitement.

  • October 14-November 5, 2016

    Mabee Theatre II

    Co-Producer: Concho Resources, Inc.

    Rating: those 8 and up due to subject matter

    Join the Futrelle Sisters as they attempt to save their small Texas town from extinction. As president of the Fayro Chamber of Commerce, Honey Raye has promised a city celebration in hopes of wooing a Texas salsa maker into moving production to their little town. She has alluded to a weekend of events ranging from a pet parade to a Civil War reenactment. However, there is one small hitch, such promises will be hard to keep with a population of only 15. This jubilant presentation is sure to have you laughing in the aisles.

  • November 11-December 17, 2016

    Davis Theatre I

    Co-Producer: Fasken Oil & Ranch, Ltd.

    Rating: the whole family

    MCT presents our 25th production of A Christmas Carol. This beloved Christmas Musical has become a holiday tradition at MCT and for the Permian Basin. This enduring holiday tale is sure to melt the heart of even the stingiest of Scrooges. Join us for Charles Dickens’ timeless classic, when Ebenezer finds himself host to a variety of unexpected and otherworldly visitors. Over the course of a single night, the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future will teach Scrooge the importance of family, charity, and friendship.