It is La Crosse Community Theatre's mission to create productions and projects that enhance the theatrical literacy of our audience members, volunteers, students, and staff. Therefore we provide opportunities for creativity and personal growth through a variety of programs designed to appeal to a wide range of interests and talents. Our goal is to learn theatre by seeing and doing theatre in a fun, collaborative environment.
Our theatre for youth program is a gentle introduction to the world of theatre and includes opportunities to experience live theatre as an audience member, to perform on stage, and to expand your skills in our classes and camps.
The Penguin Project was created by Dr. Andrew Morgan and provides children with special needs an opportunity to develop creative skills, partner and network with others, and participate in a fully realized musical production.
Each season’s touring show is geared toward elementary school students and features a set design that is simple to set up and take down in a variety of spaces—a gym, a stage, a lunchroom, or even a classroom! With each show running under an hour, it is a great fit for any school schedule.
La Crosse Community Theatre leads trips to cities full of history, theatre, and memories. Tours are a combination of shows, guided group events, and free time. With each tour, LCT strives to offer a different opportunity to understand the world of professional theatre.