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To Kill A Mockingbird - Oct 28 - Nov 13

Based on the novel by Harper Lee, this is the classic story of an African American man falsely accused of rape in Depression-era Alabama, seen through the eyes of young Scout Finch. To Kill A Mockingbird is an enduring American classic.

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We have a day for giving thanks. We have two for getting deals. Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. On Tuesday, November 29, 2016, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.

A Night Of Comedy With Fred Klett - Nov 1

The Waukesha Civic Theatre welcomes local comedian Fred Klett for a night of stand-up comedy and good clean fun. This one-night-only special performance to benefit WCT is a can’t-miss event!

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Our 60th Season Is Here!

Our 60th season is truly A Hidden Gem in Waukesha. Take a detailed look here at all of the productions in this amazing season. Tickets for all of our performances are on-sale now. Click here to As always, you can call (262-547-0708) or stop by the box office to purchase tickets as well.

Ex Fabula StorySlam - Nov 3

At this FREE StorySlam presented by Ex Fabula and Waukesha Reads, we'll hear true, personal stories inspired by this year's book. Come just to listen - or, if you have a 5-minutes story, throw your name in the hat. Ages 13+.

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Mr. Smith Goes To Washington - 11/7

We are bringing the Silver Screen back to the PIX!
Once a month, for only $5, come see a movie in our historic building! All movies will begin at 6:30 pm.

When idealistic Jefferson smith is appointed to a Senate seat, he comes up against powerful corruption. Get your or call or stop by the box office (262-547-0708).

Attention Shoppers!

If you shop through and select Waukesha Civic Theatre as your charity of choice, the theatre will receive 0.5% of the purchase price with no extra charge to you! And while you’re at it, check out our Amazon wish list as well.

Volunteer Of The Production Award

for Annie Get Your Gun

The Waukesha Civic Theatre is pleased to present the Carl Thomas Memorial Volunteer of the Production Award for Annie Get Your Gun to Nicole Allee. Go to our Featured Volunteers page to see the details of Nicole’s nomination along with photos of recent volunteer award winners.

ACT Writers' Workshop

Join top-selling national author Reji Laberje, a Baltimore Playwright’s Festival featured playwright, as she takes writers through three intense playwriting sessions, including character study and scriptable moments, to create monologue, dialogue journaling, and play formatting to create scenes.

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Production Staff Opportunities

WCT is looking for qualified candidates for our theatrical production staff including scenic design, costume design, lighting design, sound design, properties design, master carpenters, and set decorators. If you are interested in being considered for any of these positions, please contact John Cramer at 262-547-4911, ext. 13, or

Don't Forget About the WCT Blog!

In an effort to keep our patrons, friends, and fans better informed about what is happening at the theatre, we have a blog. This is a great place to find more information about the events happening at WCT as well as give you a little peek behind the curtain with our productions.

Donate Your Vehicle to Support the Theatre

You can support the Waukesha Civic Theatre by donating your used vehicle—car, truck, RV, boat, or motorcycle—and enjoy a tax deduction as long as your vehicle is worth more than $500. It's easy, convenient, and pick-up is free.

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Donate Now

You can now make your donations to Waukesha Civic Theatre online. We accept all major credit cards. We have two options available for your convenience. You can make a single donation of any amount or you can schedule a recurring donation. Go to our Donate Now page for more information.

Loop System for the Hearing Impaired

WCT now has a Loop System for patrons with hearing loss. A Loop System works by interacting with a telecoil in a hearing aid that transmits sounds directly to the ear. Users will be better able to understand the dialogue, punch lines, and lyrics.

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