Ann Arbor Civic Theatre is a community theatre group. We exist to provide opportunities for the members of the community to participate in theatre. Ann Arbor Civic Theatre values and promotes creative excellence and personal artistic growth.
The group has used a wide variety of locations for its shows
- Various homes - 1929
- Burns Park Log Cabin / Michigan Union "Rumpus Room" - 1947
- Ellsworth and Wagner Rd School house - 1950
- 305 S. Main St and Jim’s Candy Store on Prospect – 1952-3
- Mulholland Drive (803 W. Washington) – Purchased in 1962. Built out in the 60’s
- 338 S. Main (The Elks Club) - 1979
- 1035/1039 S. Main Street (American Legion Hall)- 1988
- 2275 Platt Road - 1992
- 408 W. Washington - 2001
- 322 Ann Street - 2003
- Towsley Auditorium - 2014
- Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre - 2015
In the news
What: The Civic's Studio Series - smaller productions presented at the group's home base - presents Will Kern’s episodic drama about a day in the life of a Chicago cabbie.