• Baskerville Audience Guide

    By: Megan McCasland Baskerville opens two weeks from today! Everyone has been working really hard, and we can’t wait for you to see it! To get us in the mood to fight crime one case at a time, I […]

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  • Megan’s Musical Melodies

    It’s no surprise that I love musical theatre; I am an intern at Waco Civic Theatre, after all. But what kind of music does a college student listen to? Take a listen to this playlist of just a few songs (okay, […]

  • To Film or Not to Film

    By: Megan McCasland Whether or not live theatre should be filmed has been the topic of many discussions in the theatre industry. These conversations have often turned into spirited debates, as everyone has strong opinions on the subject. Personally, […]

  • 7 Secrets Every Rocky Horror Picture Show Watcher Must Know

    By: Hannah Lemieux Hot patootie, bless my soul! The biggest mind flip of the year is finally upon us: Waco Civic Theatre’s “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” Shadow Cast will grace the Waco Hippodrome’s stage in just one day! For […]

    by Eric Shephard
  • Celebrities and Adaptations and Revivals, Oh My!

    The New Direction of Theatre By: Megan McCasland If you’ve kept up with what shows are currently on or heading to Broadway, you’ll notice that a lot of them are a retelling of other popular works. In fact, 14 […]

    by Eric Shephard
  • Top Ten Shows WCT Should Definitely Do

    (Not That They Asked Me) By: Megan McCasland Over the course of my life, I have seen a lot of musicals, listened to even more cast recordings, and read a good number of plays. I have a running list […]

    by Eric Shephard
  • The Marvelous Opening Weekend

    By: Megan McCasland “Marvelous, hilarious, and entertaining,” and “incredible, funny, and fabulous,” are just a few words that audiences used to describe opening weekend performances of The Marvelous Wonderettes: Dream On. Tickets are still available, so call our Box […]

  • The History of the Girl Group

    By: Megan McCasland Hit classics from the sixties and seventies are floating through the theatre this week as we work on the final preparations for The Marvelous Wonderettes: Dream On, opening tonight. After sitting in on last night’s dress […]

  • What We Do

    By: Megan McCasland Have you ever been to a show that you only liked because you had friends or family in it? Did the costumes and set seem to be haphazardly thrown together? Were the actors (with the exception […]

  • And So She Plays His Part

    By: Megan McCasland Women have been marginalized in the professional world; the theatre industry, unfortunately, is no exception. While it has become widely accepted for women to play male roles, like Hamlet or Peter Pan, it is rare to […]

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