The mission of the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre is to produce intimate, high-quality, professional theatrical works of literary merit that engage and challenge the audience, while employing and nurturing principally local theatre artists.
Committed to Local Artistry
MCT fulfills its mission through a five-play subscription season, the Montgomery Davis Play Development Series, the Young Playwrights Festival, and Here2Play.
MCT believes that theater's unique value lives in connecting us more deeply to our common humanity in the service of inspiring new connections. Our goal is to create a desegregated, intersectional space built around the shared experience of live theater in which every one who feels a connection to Milwaukee know they are not only welcome but essential to the ongoing conversation about how our community can be its best self for all who call it home.
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's home is the Broadway Theatre Center (BTC) located at 158 N. Broadway in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward. The Broadway Theatre Center opened in 1993 and houses two theatre spaces, the 360-seat Cabot Theatre and the 99-seat Studio Theatre.
The Broadway Theatre Center is also home to Skylight Music Theatre.