We provide individuals of marginalized groups and races the opportunity for arts education, preparation and performance by: Engaging local resources, increasing accessibility, and creating more diversity within the regional arts community.
For 60 seasons, Missouri State University’s Tent Theatre has captivated generations of fans with stories and songs that reflect our biggest dreams — love, success and happiness — presented in a one-of-a-kind setting. This unique, shared experience transcends entertainment, touching the hearts and imaginations of performers and audiences alike, and creating a bond through music and laughter.
Contemporary campus showcase for touring Broadway shows, symphonies, dance & other performances.
Springfield Contemporary Theatre, a non-profit corporation, presents a wide variety of year round productions. SCT is dedicated to the production of contemporary works and works that can be re-energized through a contemporary view and through an intimate staging while using outstanding directors, local actors and guest professionals. Special emphasis is given in programming to works by voices under-represented in our community and works that address issues facing our Springfield community and the world around us.
Improv is a form of live theatre in which the plot, characters and dialogue of a game, scene or story are made up in the moment. Watch local Springfield-ians take the stage through improv. You’re sure to be entertained and get in a few laughs.
The Springfield Little Theatre Education Department began with a handful of troupers and a few classes and has grown into it’s own facility, complete with 80+ classes in acting, voice, dance, film, comedy, writing, and theatre production each week, a school touring program, a robust education series of productions, youth performing troupes for elementary through high school-aged students, and so much more!
Springfield Little Theatre is a nonprofit, community theatre located in downtown Springfield, Missouri. SLT began in 1934 with the production of The Importance of Being Ernest and has grown tremendously each year since. We produce roughly eight mainstage shows on our home stage at The Landers Theatre.
For over four decades the Ozarks Lyric Opera has been entertaining and educating the Ozarks through our commitment to bringing this life-changing art form to our community.
The Historic Gillioz Theatre was established in 1926 with the dawning of film and the creation of route 66, referred to as the mother road, that would connect travelers across the united states. Restored as a 501c-3 not-for-profit in 2006, the Gillioz center for arts & entertainment is committed to preserving the past, celebrating community, and making memories through arts, education, and entertainment.