At La Crosse Community Theatre, our mission is to honor and celebrate our rich theatrical heritage while establishing a sustainable foundation for the years to come. With collaboration as a cornerstone, we are a dynamic, educational, and visionary force shaping the destiny of our community by adapting to the ever-changing arts landscape and showcasing excellence in local community entertainment.
La Crosse Community Theatre aspires to be the exemplary model for what community theatre can achieve. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of accountability for the greater education of LCT and our community as a whole.
Our path forward is marked by collaboration and accountability, where our staff, dedicated volunteers, and community partners work hand in hand to create a welcoming and dynamic space where creativity knows no bounds.
We envision a place where the stage becomes a symbol of unity, reflecting the diversity and strength of our community, and where the theatre is an essential part of our shared identity.
We pledge to expand how we educate all who engage with us, offering accessible and adaptable theatrical experiences that cater to the ever-changing needs of our dynamic population.
La Crosse Community Theatre's vision is a continuum, bridging our heritage with our ever-evolving future, where the magic of the theater continues to resonate and illuminate the hearts and minds of our community.
Who We Are
La Crosse Community Theatre has been the Coulee Region's premiere arts institution since 1963 and is currently the primary resident of the state-of-the-art Weber Center for the Performing Arts which is nestled on the beautiful banks of the Mississippi River. Entertaining thousands of patrons each year, LCT now produces four main stage shows in the 450-seat Lyche Theatre, three black box shows in the 100-seat Veterans Studio Theatre, three staged readings, and a theatre for young audiences touring production. We also offer youth performance and education opportunities through our Star Academy, which provides tuition free classes and camps to socioeconomically disadvantaged youth, and The Penguin Project, which invites youth with disabilities to appear in a musical with the support of a peer mentor. LCT is a member of the American Association of Community Theatre and the Wisconsin Association of Community Theatre.