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(Formerly LCT's Youth artist guild)

LCT's Youth Artist Guild is rebranding to LCT's Stages

and is enrolling now!

LCT Stages is a student driven youth program that enables students ages 8 - 18 to learn about and experience all areas of theatre both onstage and behind the scenes.

The program is segmented into two age groups for monthly theatre workshops

but will work together on Stages productions. 

Our Discovery group (ages 8-11) meet from 6-8pm on the second Tuesday of every month 

while our Compass group (ages 12-18) meets from 6-8pm on the third Tuesday of every month.

Stages members are given the opportunity to take part in all aspects of theatre such as the Youth Committee administration, meetings, workshops and education, acting, behind the scenes work including onstage production, tech crew, make up and costumes and even front of house operations. Participation in the Stages program provides youths with hands-on experience that can assist them in adult endeavors all while building a love for the arts.

Join us and see what this program is all about! 

First meetings

Discovery (age 8-11) Tuesday, September 13  6-8pm

Compass (age 12-18) Tuesday, September 20  6-8pm

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Discovery (ages 8-11) meets 6-8pm the 2nd Tuesday of each month

First meeting September 13

Compass (ages 12-18) meets 6-8pm the 3rd Tuesday of each month

First meeting September 20

at Lubbock Community Theatre (3101 35th St) in the Kollman Family Children's Studio next door to the main LCT building.

Tuition is $60 for the year and includes T-shirt as well as discounts on all camps, workshops and special events, and discount tickets for all LCT productions

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Current production


Special Thanks to this season's sponsors of Youth Theatre at LCT:
Spoil Me Rotten Party & Event Rentals
Civic Lubbock Inc., Community Foundation of West Texas
Rae Charitable Trust, The Texas Commission on the Arts, Chicken Express
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November 4, 5 & 6, 2022
Written by Joshua Mikel
Directed by KeAsia Bogus
Published by Playscripts

It's a typical afternoon in Bumblewood when the weekly meeting of the Monster, Ghost, Goblin, Demon, Dragon, Evil Wizard Hunters Club (whose members have never caught, seen or even tried to hunt a monster) is interrupted by a troublesome announcement: a real-live monster has been sighted in a nearby cemetery. The mismatched friends anxiously set out on their first hunt ever, only to find that they have been duped by the Girls Who Like to Make Bracelets Club. In the end, though, it is the Monster Hunters who will have the last laugh.

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