Carlsbad Community Theater is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality live theater events, utilizing very talented local performers.
This group of dedicated and enthusiastic, directors, thespians and stage hands volunteer their time and efforts to perform four stage plays and one musical every season.
Productions range from the wackiest comedies to the most poignant drama's, the classics and perhaps even an occasional murder mystery.
Our season begins in September with other plays to follow in November, February and April, with a summer musical in late July.
Tickets are $12 Adults, $6 Students and Season Tickets are available at a discount price of $40. For details please give us a call 575-887-3157 or speak with our box office attendant at one of our frequent performances.
The theater can comfortably accommodate an audience of up to 150. The venue is small and intimate and provides theater patrons the opportunity to get close to the on-stage action. When we say there isn't a bad seat in the house, we really mean it!
Each performance will have a 15 to 20 minute intermission, including refreshments that may be purchased for a small donation.
Carlsbad Community Theater is handicap accessible. One of our friendly ushers will be happy to assist you with any special needs.
Carlsbad Community Theater
Experience the Magic of Live Theater !!!
4801 National Parks Highway, Carlsbad, New Mexico
CCT is located just north of the Cavern City Air Terminal on National Parks Highway (US 62/180) and 2.5 miles south of downtown Carlsbad.
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"I regard theater as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being."
- Thornton Wilder
Next Performance April 17th - 7:30 PM
Having been exempted from military service in World War I, Horace Robedeaux is back home in Harrison, Texas. He and his wife, Elizabeth, along with their infant daughter, are now settled in a new house built for them by Elizabeth's father, Mr. Vaughn.
While their fortunes have improved, the nation reels from a spreading flu epidemic that soon reaches Harrison and infects Mr. Vaughn and Horace. During Horace's illness his daughter also contracts the flu and dies bringing to the young parents a sadness that even the armistice can do little to allay.
In time Elizabeth becomes pregnant again, and the play ends with brightening prospects for all: The nation is finally at peace; Horace and Elizabeth are blessed with a healthy baby boy; and even Elizabeth's wayward younger brother, who had been of deep concern for Mr. Vaughn, shows signs of finally coming to terms with the responsibilities of adulthood.
For more information about performance dates, showtimes and tickets visit out Schedule Page.