Theatre at the Mount

What’s Next at Theatre at the Mount


UPDATED COVID-19 PROTOCOLS – effective April 14, 2022

Based on current regional theatre practices, proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test will not be required to attend Theatre at the Mount’s production of Something Rotten.  Masks must be worn at all times while attending Something Rotten. In accordance with MWCC policies, masks will become optional after May 20, 2022. Decisions about subsequent productions will be made within two weeks of show dates and will continue to be based on CDC guidelines and recommendations.


  • During this time, if you are unable to comply with our safety protocols, we are willing to refund tickets prior to the show or on the day of the performance. Unfortunately, tickets cannot be refunded after the performance.

If you are experiencing COVID symptoms on the day of the performance, please STAY HOME and notify the Box Office as soon as possible before the show.

Recent Productions

young man jumping in air with hat in his hand The Drowsy Chaperone 2020
Singin’ in the Rain The Drowsy Chaperone
A-Christmas-Story-Elves Don't Dress for Dinner Oct 2019
A Christmas Story  Don’t Dress for Dinner
Winter Wonderettes 2021
Something Rotten Winter Wonderettes