Upcoming Performances

Welcome to the Willits Community Theatre

 

Come enjoy outstanding live performances in our intimate venue!

 

(Pssssssst! keep reading for news about the 2017 Season Lineup!)

 

The News We All Have Been Waiting For: (drum roll)

 Here it is! The WCT 2017 Mainstage Season.

 

NEXT UP:

 

“Grace and Glorie” — by Tom Ziegler.

A heart-warming drama on aging…

An elderly woman, living alone in a remote cabin, is facing death. Her hospice worker, who knows everything there is to know about everything, or thinks she does, comes to visit. As our story unfolds, the elder woman teaches the younger the most important lesson of all.

Directed by Jim Williams, plays June 2 – 18.

Grace and Glorie’s First Thursday performance will be a benefit for Soroptimist International of Willits.

 

Advance Tickets for all Performances at WCT will be available for purchase online through

www.BrownPaperTickets.com

BPT Ticket Sales Close 2 Hours Before the Show Begins, so get your tickets early, or at the door!

Tickets also available:

In Person at Mazahar,

by phone any time 1-800-838-3006.

Also at the door until sold out.

Ticket prices are $20 for Friday and Saturday performances and $15 for Thursday and Sunday performances for main stage productions.

Advance tickets online, by 800# phone and at Mazahar close 2 hours before the show opens, so get your seats early or show up at the door to claim any unsold seats.

This series is all Reserved Seating.  If you wish to have Accessible Seating in “Row A” ~ no stairs ~ please make sure to select Row A seats when making your purchase.

For more information at any time, phone WCT at 707-459-0895 (leave a message) or email wct@willitsonline.com

Thank you to our Season Underwriters

Les Schwab Tire Center of Willits

Willits Furniture/La Bodega

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“Picasso at the Lapin Agile” – by Steve Martin.

Martin’s febrile imagination runs rampant in this humorous yet semi-serious contemplation of Twentieth Century art, philosophy and science. Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein meet in a Paris café in 1904 to talk about their work. Towards the end of the play, they are joined by a special guest from their future – and our past – who is very good at saying, “Thanyouvermuch.” No one knows exactly what it means, and the atmosphere of the play ranges somewhere between the hilariously absurd and the absurdly hilarious. Directed by Jim Mastin, plays Sept. 8 through 24.

Ticket prices are $20 for Friday and Saturday performances and $15 for Thursday and Sunday performances for main stage productions.

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“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” — by Edward Albee.

Angry young gay playwright (Albee) looks at (heterosexual) love and marriage. Every illusion is incinerated and the only truth that is left standing is, “Love Conquers All.” A pentathalon for four actors, look for this 1962 classic drama to offer some of the best acting and directing you will ever see. Don’t miss it.

Directed by Jason Davis, plays November 3 – 19.

 

Tickets for all Performances at WCT will be available for purchase online through Brown Paper Tickets.

BPT Ticket Sales Close 2 Hours Before the Show Begins, so get your tickets early, or at the door!

Tickets also available:

In Person at Mazahar,

by phone any time 1-800-838-3006.

Also at the door if not sold out.

Ticket prices are $20 for Friday and Saturday performances and $15 for Thursday and Sunday performances for main stage productions.

Advance tickets online, by 800# phone and at Mazahar close 2 hours before the show opens, so get your seats early or show up at the door to claim any unsold seats.

This series is all Reserved Seating.  If you wish to have Accessible Seating in “Row A” ~ no stairs ~ please make sure to select Row A seats when making your purchase.

For more information at any time, phone WCT at 707-459-0895 (leave a message) or email wct@willitsonline.com

You may also send a message via the Contact Form on this site, and Webmaster will direct it to the appropriate party.