As Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts’ community theatre branch, Center Street Community Theatre is dedicated to stimulating local interest in the theatre arts by providing adults in our community with the opportunity to participate in theatrical productions as non-professional volunteers.

We seek to encourage members of our community to learn new skills, test their wings, and share their talents with others—onstage and off. Through multiple plays each season of a caliber worthy of the Wagon Wheel name, we aim to foster an appreciation for the theatrical arts and an opportunity for people to get involved!

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Auditions

Audition Dates: Monday, July 17 and Tuesday, July 18. Callbacks, if needed, Wednesday, July 19.

Time:  Auditions and tentative callbacks will take place from 6:30 to 8pm Auditions are come and go as you please.

Location: First United Methodist Church, 179 South Indiana Street, Warsaw

Cast Information:  The cast of Steel Magnolias is composed of 6 women of varying ages. Other backstage roles available include Assistant Director, Stage Manager, and lighting help. This show could also utilize the expertise of volunteers interested in doing hair, make-up, and costuming. For more information, contact director, Madisson Heinl at madissonheinl@gmail.com.


1) Improv House Team Auditions. Center Street Community Theatre is excited to announce auditions for its first improv team! The team will practice and perform regularly and represent the community theater during its 2017-2018 season. Team leaders are looking for 5-7 members who are excited and enthusiastic about learning and doing comedy. No prior experience necessary.

Date: Wednesday, August 9, 7-8:30 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, downtown Warsaw and Saturday, August 12, 10-12 a.m. at Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts

Contact: Joe Harmon joe.harmon@gmail.com


2) 2017 Fall Improv Classes. Center Street Community Theatre is offering adult improv classes in the Warsaw area beginning Saturday, September 16. Improv classes will be relevant to both beginner and advanced improvisers. Classes will run for eight weeks and focus on character development, consistency, spontaneity, team-work and world-building so as to build each student in confidence and the understanding of improv. Classes are weekly September 16-November 4 from 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. at Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts. Students must be 18 years or older to enroll and will be required to pay a $20 registration fee upon attendance to the first class. 

Contact: Joe Harmon joe.harmon@gmail.com