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Please note that with potentially reduced seating options for the 20/21 season, subscribers will be seated first, and will receive priority as we navigate any changes throughout the season.

MCT intentionally chose PASSING STRANGE as the first production of MCT’s new era under the leadership of Artistic Director Brent Hazelton and Managing Director Amy Esposito as a demonstration of MCT’s firm commitment to expand its mission of supporting local artists, nurturing the next generation, and providing a platform for unique voices under an overall umbrella of representation and equity of access as we work to create an artistic home for all Milwaukeeans.  Among all of the changes brought by COVID-19, these values remain unshifting—as a result, we are thrilled to announce in place of PASSING STRANGE the first annual Milwaukee Black Theater Festival.

News & Highlights

Milwaukee Black Theater Festival Presents KILL MOVE PARADISE, STEW, and HOME

August 3, 2020

Milwaukee Black Theater Festival Presents KILL MOVE PARADISE, STEW, and HOME

Milwaukee Chamber Theatre (MCT) is thrilled to announce the titles for the three plays at the center of the upcoming Milwaukee Black Theater Festival: KILL MOVE PARADISE by James Ijames, STEW by Zora Howard, and HOME by Samm-Art Williams. The virtual festival will take place on Milwaukee Chamber Theatre’s website August 23 – September 12, 2020.

Season Update Coming Soon

May 20, 2020

Season Update Coming Soon

Staff and leadership are working to create the most comprehensive plan possible to share with you soon.

WISN Arts Avenue

June 27, 2020

WISN Arts Avenue

Amy Esposito highlighted on Arts Avenue "Artists don't simply disappear because there's a pandemic, MCT no intention of doing so either"

Removing Social Barriers to Grow the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre Family

May 22, 2020

Removing Social Barriers to Grow the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre Family

We are thrilled to announce Amy Esposito as MCT's new Managing Director. Her tenure will begin June 1st and she will serve as a co-leader alongside Brent Hazelton.

Black Lives Matter

June 3, 2020

Black Lives Matter

Read our initial statement on Black Lives Matter. We look forward to sharing more company policies, procedures, and programming that reflects our anti-racist stance in the arts community.

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"All one has to do is spend an afternoon with a child to understand that they each have their own story and a deep desire to tell it.  To have such a powerful platform to allow their voices to be heard is deeply moving and cherished for the special gift that it is."

- Partner Classroom Teacher

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Milwaukee Chamber Theatre
Broadway Theatre Center
158 N. Broadway, 5th Floor
Milwaukee, WI 53202

(414) 250-8041

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

MCT recognizes that we gather on traditional homeland of the Kickapoo, Menominee, Peoria, Potawatomi, and Sioux people, and serve a community where members of Wisconsin's sovereign Anishinabe, Ho-Chunk, Menominee, Oneida, and Mohican nations remain present.

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Milwaukee Chamber Theatre is a proud member group of the United Performing Arts Fund.

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