The Tradition of Entertainment Continues...Since 1967!

Winfield Community Theatre began in 1967 as a creative outlet and an entertainment resource for residents of Cowley County. Through over 50 years of productions, at The Barn Theatre and now at Meyer Hall, WCT continues that tradition of entertainment and creativity today. 

WCT is a non-profit community organization led by a volunteer Board of Directors. Besides funds from ticket sales, our organization is funded by the generosity of our sponsors. 

We are always looking for people to join the fun!  If you are interested in acting, directing, or working backstage, we want to hear from you. No experience is necessary, just willingness to pitch in and have a great time! 

News & Announcements

2020-2021 Season Announced!

2020-2021 Season Announced!

We are pleased to announce our new season for 2020-2021 (with possible changes due to Corona Virus). Look for season tickets on sale later this Summer. “The Little Mermaid”, Directed by Melody Melody Kim Krueger Aug 6, 7, 8, and 13, 14, 2020 “Southern Fried Funeral”, Directed by Kyle Brandon Smith Nov 6, 7, 8, […]

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WCT Joins AACT!

WCT Joins AACT!

We are proud to say that the Winfield Community Theatre is a member of the American Association of Community Theatres! AACT is the national community theatre organization, whose chief goal is to enable community theatres across the country to become the cornerstones of the creative life of their communities—to provide quality entertainment, intellectual stimulation, challenge […]

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COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information

WINFIELD COMMUNITY THEATRE IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED. At this time, our final show for the 2019-2020 Season “The Werewolf’s Curse” is postponed until early June. We will then continue the season for 2020-2021 as announced with “The Little Mermaid” being the Musical for this summer in August. IF THE CORONA VIRUS DELAYS BOTH SHOWS FURTHER THAN […]

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