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These classic power ballads will transport you back to the 1980s. Rock of Ages is a tale of a Kansas girl seeking stardom in L.A., finding plenty of trouble and a rocker love interest along the way. A brash, energetic tribute to the 80s Hair Bands and gritty glamour of the Sunset Strip.


Back by popular demand, Red, White, and Broadway is an outdoor extravaganza that will have you tapping your toes and singing along to Broadway tunes and patriotic songs. Artistic Director Brian J. Marcum creates an all-new original show for 2023! Come sit under the stars and enjoy selected fireworks displays.


This tale as old as time is both whimsical and profound, transporting the whole family to an enchanted French castle. Larger than life production numbers and beloved songs dazzle audiences, while reminding us all that kindness is the essence of beauty. Be Our Guest at this spectacular production! Ages 5 and older, with exception of July 27th Matinee where ages 3 and older are permitted.


Join us for StarNight, an intimate cabaret-style concert experience featuring members of the Music Theatre Wichita 2023 Resident Ensemble. Laugh, cry, and get to know our fabulous company members a little bit better as they share songs and stories from their college lives and early careers. See these emerging artists before their big break – you’ll get to say you “knew them when!” General admission tickets are available for only $20, or upgrade your experience to VIP for $50, which includes appetizers and a meet-and-greet with the Resident Ensemble members before the show!


Ragtime is a sweeping musical portrait of early 20th century America, telling the story of three families. The characters are dreamers who want a better life for themselves - learning that we are more alike than different in their pursuit of the American Dream. With a soaring score by Ahrens and Flaherty, this story both enlightens and uplifts.


Andrew Lloyd Webber's international megahit Cats won seven Tony Awards including Best Musical. Based on T.S. Eliot's book of poetry about - well, cats, this worldwide phenomenon features glorious dancing and songs like "Jellicle Ball" and "Memory".

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