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Our 2013 challenge grant, through the generosity of the Wyncote Foundation, is $7,500!
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Commonwealth Classic Theatre Company
P.O. Box 971
Media, PA 19063-0971
CCTC is a 501(c) (3) organization.
Your donation is tax deductible.
Photo Credit: Andrew Hazeline
with Andrew Gorell as Puck in 2009's Free Theatre in the Parks production of
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM by William Shakespeare
CCTC has your theatre needs covered!
Indoor or Outdoor, Comedy or Tragedy, Classic or Contemporary, City or Suburbs (heck, we are even in a Vineyard!), FREE or really, really inexpensive! It is our intention, always, to artistically serve the common good. We hope you will join us.
Dedicated to the principle that Theatre is a vital component in a civil society, it is the mission of Commonwealth Classic Theatre Company to produce professional theatre with classic and contemporary works that bear witness to the rich variety and commonality of human experience, and to enhance the appreciation of theatre as a humanizing art form through live performances.
While the heart of CCTC will be classic plays, we will also look to produce contemporary and new works that emphasize the power of language, delivering characters and stories that lead our audience on a compelling journey into the now of the play. Our goal is to create a theatrical experience that encourages our audience to celebrate individuality while recognizing and understanding the universality of the human condition. Most importantly, we wish to entertain, to engage and to inspire through the theatrical experience.
Photo Credit: Jacque-jean JJ Tiziou
with Cyndi Janzen Rose and David Sweeny
in 2006's Free Theatre in the Park production of
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING