We are extremely excited to announce that we have returned with a bang after a two-year pause! Our first show of 2022, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” sold out every performance of the entire run. Thank you all for your support – it looked like you were as happy that we were back as we were to be back. Now, on with the show – next up is New Works Weekend.
We have strict COVID protocols in place for audience and house staff.
Please review our current protocols here before coming to the theater. We would hate for these protocols to surprise you at the theater entrance on the day of the performance.
If you have any questions, please contact us by email or phone. We hope to see you at the theater soon!
MCT Presents The CZU Fire In Their Own Words
The CZU Fire In Their Own Words – Fighting Fires, Losing Homes, and Rebuilding Community is a new powerful and moving 90-minute film produced by Mountain Community Theater, created by Peter Gelblum.
In the spring of 2021, in response to the August 2020 CZU Fires, we interviewed people who fought the fires and people who lost their homes about their experiences, which many of us shared – evacuating, losing homes and possessions to the fire, and getting support from the community. Using only the words from those interviews, we created a script, cast actors to play the interviewees, and used both the characters’ family photographs and images donated by several generous local photographers to create this film. The film is a document of that extraordinary time and a gift from MCT to the community.
We hope you’ll join us and other community members at the first public screening of the film on July 9 at 7 pm at the Boulder Creek Rec Center, 13333 Middleton Avenue, at 7 pm on July 9. The director and others associated with the film will be there to answer questions. Admission is free, with a suggested donation of $10. All proceeds will go to the Boulder Creek Fire Department and the Community Foundation’s Fire Recovery Fund. Popcorn will be served. Masks are recommended.
MCT’s Ghost Light Theater Presents A Tribute to Stephen Sondheim
Mountain Community Theater is proud to present a tribute to the great playwright Stephen Sondheim, who died at age 91 this past November. Rita Wadsworth narrates an overview of Stephen’s body of work, with seasoned MCT singers performing some of their favorite songs.