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Announcing: 75th Anniversary Gala

Save the Date! Help KCT celebrate its 75th Anniversary with a fundraising Gala on September 14th at Elite Banquet and Conference Center. The evening will feature dinner, a cash bar, awards from last season, a silent auction and entertainment from Un5Gettable,...

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“Silent Sky” – National AACTFest Company

Kokomo Civic Theatre’s production of Silent Sky, about astronomer Henrietta Leavitt, was one of 12 productions from throughout the US to qualify for the American Association of Community Theatre’s National Festival in Louisville in June.  To get to the...

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Awards – 2022-23 Season

Kokomo Civic Theatre’s annual “Emma” Awards were presented for our 2022-23 season at the annual KCT Awards Dinner at the Elliot House on July 13th. Tech Awards (presented by the director of each show): Anita Burkhead for block painting, etc. for MATILDA Amanda Duncan...

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Warehouse Addition

Last season we completed an addition to our warehouse (rehearsal/storage building) thanks to a bequest from long time KCT actor James Craig. In November 2022 we replaced the heating system and added air conditioning to the existing rehearsal space. We still need to...

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Our Next Show – “May We All”

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Our opening show of the 2024-25 season is the brand new country musical, May We All on August 9, 10, 11 at Havens Auditorium. Amanda Duncan is the director. Note: there will be an extra matinee performance of May We All on Saturday, August 10 at 2:00 p.m.

Harmony, Tennessee used to be called “the town that sings”, but music and joy are seldom heard on its streets these days. Singer Jenna Coates left Harmony years ago to chase fame in Nashville – only to return disillusioned and discouraged. Now Jenna will need to face the music, reconnect with the people she left behind, and make peace with her past to save herself and the small town she loves. May We All features hit songs from both modern and classic country stars, paying tribute to the legends and trailblazers that have made the music what it is today. Some of the songs are: “Born To Fly,” “Who Says You Can’t Go Home,” “Play Something Country,” “Unbelievable,”  “Can’t Go Back,” “Why Haven’t I Heard From You,” “Broken Halos,” “Achy Breaky Heart,” “May We All,” “Same Boat,” “Thank God I’m A Country Boy,” “Wide Open Spaces,” “Back To My Boots,” “Jolene,” and “One Big Country Song.”

Performances are at Havens Auditorium, IU Kokomo. Show times are Friday, August 9 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, August 10 at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, August 11, at 2:00 p.m. Season tickets are now on sale. Single tickets will go on sale on July 8.


Community Response

  • dustin huddleston Avatar dustin huddleston

    Enjoyable casual evening with KCT singers performing. There is great talent in our community.

    Keith Whitford Avatar Keith Whitford

    Kokomo Civic Theatre has been a landmark here in Kokomo for quite some time now.I am glad to have been in audience.All around a fantastic place to visit with your... read more

    Steven McAloon Avatar Steven McAloon
  • The movie Wonder was great the movie Wonder was great very good movie

    Cathleen Robertson Avatar Cathleen Robertson

    Clean and friendly staff.

    Todd Lanning Avatar Todd Lanning

The Kokomo Civic Theatre would like to thank the following agencies for their support

National Endowment for the Arts
City of Kokomo
Community Foundation of Howard County
Howard County Indiana
Indiana Arts Commission
Tippecanoe Arts Federation

The Kokomo Civic Theatre is a proud member of:



American Association of Community Theatre
Greater Kokomo Chamber of Commerce