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A Magical Theatre Experience!

Our Mission

The Mooresville Community Children’s Theatre (MCCT) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing theatre, performance, education, production and viewing experiences for Mooresville, Lake Norman region and surrounding communities with an emphasis on including children ages 6-18.

We believe that theatre can help a child grow in the following ways:
  • Improves communication skills
  • Encourages use of imagination
  • Gives an opportunity to express oneself
  • Enhances the ability to think critically
  • Inspires cooperation with others
  • Teamwork development in achieving joint goals
  • Helps develop moral values
  • Nourishes sensitivity
  • Fosters understanding of others feelings
  • Provides a safe and welcoming environment
  • Supports peer acceptance and self-worth
Congratulations to our 2019 Clayton Miller Scholarship Recipients!

Our youth scholarship is named after Clayton Miller, the original founder of the Mooresville Community Theater, who gave his time, talent and treasure to bring theater to our town.  Clayton’s passion for theater will be carried on through this scholarship program.  You’re invited to help secure the longevity of this scholarship program.  With each production, our cast members and crew collect charitable donations at each concession table and all of our profits from concessions are 100% for our scholarships.  We believe the gift of theater for our students will benefit the community beyond the performance sector.  Our award recipients will take their dedication to theater,  and apply the same dedication and passion for the rest of their lives.

MASTERCLASS WITH ISAAC JOSEPHTHAL

OCTOBER 12-13

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CLICK HERE to see the NCTC 2017 AWARD WINNERS! 

Upcoming Shows
Almost, Maine

October 3-6

Footloose

November 13-16 at the Community School of Davidson

November 21-24 at the Charles Mack Citizen Center

Frozen Jr.

October 23-26

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