Plan a night out to the theater and visit one of the oldest playhouses in the State of Texas.

The roots of the Waco Civic Theatre date back to the 1920’s when the work of many enlightened citizens combined to form the Waco Little Theatre (WLT), which operated from 1925 to 1936. In 1945, Baylor University Drama Department  and a team of WLT participants worked to reform the organization that would take the shape of Waco Civic Theatre (WCT) .

Today, WCT produces six Main Stage Productions, ranging from works by Shakespeare to Neil Simon. Additionally, aspiring local artists and youth work in partnership to produce Studio Shows that are scheduled between Main Stage Productions and other events.