• November 21-December 21, 2014

    Davis Theatre I

    Co-Producer: Fasken Oil and Ranch, Ltd.

    Rating: the whole family

    One of America’s all-time favorite Christmas movies makes its way to the stage. Add a dash of catchy music and you have a holiday masterpiece the whole family will love. Reminisce with Ralphie as he tells a Christmas tale fi lled with anticipation, joy, and eventual disaster. A Red Rider B.B. gun, a major award, and broken spectacles are all part of this delightful and uniquely honest musical about family, friends, and the stressfulness of the holidays.

  • December 12-December 13, 2014

    Yucca Theatre

    Co-Producer: Texas Farm Bureau, WTAMU Dance Program, & Arts Council Midland

    Rating: the whole family

    YULETIDE AT THE YUCCA “Dancing In Celebration Of The Season.” Friday, December 12 at 7:30pm Saturday, December 13 at 2:00pm At the Yucca Theatre, 208 N Colorado St Performances by: Absolute Dance Studio, Aloha O’ Hawaii Dance Group, Ballet Folklorico, MCT’s Pickwick Players, West Texas A & M Dancers

  • January 30-February 21, 2015

    Davis Theatre I

    Co-Producer: Lissa Noel Wagner and Frances & Jack Brown

    Rating: the whole family

    America’s favorite ghoulish family is coming to the Davis stage as MCT presents The Addams Family Musical. This tale of star-crossed lovers begins in Central Park when Wednesday Addams meets Lucas Beineke while she is crossbow hunting. Chaos follows when an introduction between Wednesday’s whimsical clan and Lucas’s ordinary family is arranged. They’re crazy and they’re kooky, but you’re going to love them!

  • February 27-March 21, 2015

    Mabee Theatre II

    Co-Producer: Concho Resources Inc.

    Rating: the whole family

    The Tuna franchise has always been popular at MCT, and we’re bringing back the original. Greater Tuna explores the lives of the eccentric characters in this small fictitious Texas town. Visit Texas’ third smallest town where oddball characters, played by a cast of two, move the plot in this fast-paced and witty comedy. This hilarious satire depicts Texas life in a way that is ridiculous and endearing and sure to have you in stitches.

  • March 27-April 4, 2015

    Davis Theatre I

    Rating: the whole family

    Join the Pickwick Players as they present an adaption of the 1905 childhood classic tale by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Sara Crewe, nicknamed the little princess by her boarding school classmates, is respected and loved. However, when Sara’s father goes missing while trying to secure a diamond mine in the jungle Sara’s headmistress, Miss Minchin, considers her an orphan and begins to treat her cruelly.

  • April 17-April 25, 2015

    Yucca Theatre

    Rating: those 8 and up due to subject matter

    Join Midland Community Theatre and Midland College as they present the musical classic, West Side Story. This modern musical adaptation of Romeo and Juliet set in an ethnically diverse neighborhood on the upper west side of NYC follows two rival gangs, The Jets and The Sharks. When Tony, a member of the Jets, falls for Maria, the sister of the Sharks’ leader, they must keep the love secret or face retribution. The Yucca Special is not an official part of MCT's 2015 Season. However, members do get discounted tickets and are not subject to ticketing fees.

  • July 10-July 18, 2015

    Davis Theatre I

    Rating: the whole family

    The Pickwick Players present this jukebox musical featuring the hits of Elvis Presley. All Shook Up follows Chad, the guitar-playing roustabout as he rolls into a sleepy Midwestern town. Ride along with this “Hound Dog” turned “Teddy Bear” and join the rebellion when the town rallies against the mayor to confront her with their disapproval of her tyrannical rule. You “Can’t Help Falling in Love” with the show.

  • September 4-September 26, 2015

    Mabee Theatre II

    Co-Producer: Concho Resources Inc.

    Rating: the whole family

    Singing nuns… what could be more fun! Enjoy the pandemonium in this hilarious and satirical musical comedy. After a mishap in the kitchen kills off 52 of the nuns in a small New Jersey convent, the 19 remaining sisters plan a variety show to pay for the sisters’ burial. Laugh along with Sister Amnesia, Mother Superior and the rest of the wacky and witty sisters of Hoboken. Nunsense is habit-forming!

  • October 2-October 10, 2015

    Davis Theatre I

    Rating: the whole family

    Based on the novella The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, this Pickwick Players’ production explores the darker side of our human psyche when an English prosecutor learns an old friend of his is somehow associated with a sinister fellow named Edward Hyde. This strange detective thriller first released in 1886 has frightened and enthralled us for years.

  • October 16-November 7, 2015

    Mabee Theatre II

    Co-Producer: Concho Resources Inc.

    Rating: those age 12 and up due to subject matter and language

    Experience the wit and charm of Becky’s New Car. This dramatic offering follows a disenfranchise wife named Becky who makes several missteps that eventually lead to an unintended affair. Becky allows a recent widower to believe she too has lost her spouse. She begins to lie to her husband who remains clueless of the affair until a mistaken identity leaves everyone in Becky’s life believing she is dead.

  • November 13-December 19, 2015

    Davis Theatre I

    Co-Producer: Fasken Oil & Ranch, Ltd.

    Rating: the whole family

    Take a trip with us to Neverland a magical place of fairies, pirates, and giant crocodiles as we present Peter Pan. When Peter Pan finds his lost shadow in the room of Darling children, he promises to take them with him to his enchanted home as a reward for their kindness. This timeless musical explores a magical world where childhood is eternal. Relive your youth and enjoy the show with your entire family.