McCoy Theatre


Theatre Production

The McCoy Theatre opened in 1982 with a production of Candide. The sixty-by-sixty-foot black-box theatre is versatile enough to accommodate almost infinite possibilities for stage and seating configurations. Productions in the McCoy have ranged from the intimate Fifth of July to the spectacular Nicholas Nickleby. Renovations in 2005 doubled the McCoy Theatre in size, adding a second black-box theatre, set construction, wardrobe design and storage space, classrooms and theatre faculty offices.

Annual subscriptions to the McCoy season are available at a variety of levels and include benefits such as discounted admission, easy ticket exchange and early reservations. For more information, contact the McCoy Theatre.