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.
The Christmas tradition is back. Yuletide at the Yucca is Friday, December 9 at 7:00 PM and Saturday, December 10 at 1:30 PM. Participants include: Absolute Dance, Aloha O Hawaii Dance Group, Ballet Folklorico, and the Pickwick Players. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, November 16.
Back in January with two performances! Join us for some cheap drinks and great laughs.
Quasimodo, a misshapen bell ringer for the Cathedral of Notre Dame, has spent his life in hiding. However, the draw of the local festival, the Feast of Fools, pulls him from his sanctuary. Festival patrons torment Quasimodo, but he is freed by Esmeralda, a gypsy woman new to Paris. Bring the whole family to this retelling of the animated Disney classic and Victor Hugo Gothic Novel.
Simon Mostyn has recently married Kay Ridgeway, a woman of wealth. While honeymooning on a steamship down the Nile, Simon’s ex-girlfriend, Jacqueline, finds and wounds him with a gunshot to the knee. Moments later, Kay is found murdered in her bunk making Jacqueline the most likely suspect. Take a trip as we sail the Nile and try to solve this Agatha Christie classic.
In a house on Egypt Street, there once lived a rabbit named Edward Tulane. Gifted to a girl named Abilene, he was treated well and loved beyond belief. As a result, Edward became vain and cold. One day; however, he was separated from Abilene and his world was turned upside down. Adapted from the 2006 children’s book, the whole family can enjoy Edward’s epic adventure.
Characters from your favorite '80s movies are at Wanaget High’s Senior Prom. The Football Team Captain, the Exchange Student, the Geek, and the Head Cheerleader are all competing for Prom King and Queen. And just like on reality television, the audience decides who wins! Come back in time with us to breakdance or just to sit back and watch the '80s drama unfold.
Grandma has a business that is booming, slightly risqué, and possibly illegal. When Bridget moves to New York to spend the summer with her Nana, she finds herself in an uncomfortable yet unforgettable situation – Grandma is selling handmade underwear to area seniors from their shared apartment! Enjoy this faced-paced modern comedy that is sure to have you in stitches.
Removed from his rock band, Dewey Finn is out of options. However, by answering a phone call intended for his roommate Ned, he thinks he has found a solution to his many problems. Using Ned’s identity, Dewey becomes a substitute teacher at a local prep school. Rally behind Dewey through mishaps and triumph when he uses his skills as a musician to connect with the students.
Aaron and Casey’s first date is also a blind one. Set up by a mutual friend, the two spend an evening at an upscale New York restaurant. Aaron and Casey are interrupted throughout dinner by friends, other guests from the restaurant, and even images from their own imagination. At times charming and other times awkward, this modern musical comedy is sure to amuse and entertain.
An original production workshopped by Bill Williams with our Pickwick Players, Project 398.2 is a modern fairy tale. A young teenage girl uses her local library and especially the fairy tale section, as a means of escape from her troubled life. With live music, dance and traditional storytelling, join the Pickwick Players in this production that moves seamlessly from reality to fantasy.
Fred Gailey tries to woo Doris Walker by gaining the affection of her daughter. Fred takes Susan to see Santa Claus at Macy's, where Doris works, but this bearded man is not your ordinary department store Kris Kringle. Love and happiness take over Manhattan in this musical adaptation of a Christmas favorite. Enjoy this holiday classic with the entire family.
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Summer Mummers of MCT has dedicated 65 years to producing a summer-long fundraising event for the Operating Fund of Midland.
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The Legacy Society raises funds to support our endowment and keep our building vibrant.