There's no place like home!
There's no place like home!
303 EAST MAIN STREET
FORT WAYNE, IN  
46802

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If you have ever been involved with the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre, either on-stage or off, then you are a member of the Civic Alumni!  We want to connect with our friends from the past and give you the opportunity to do the same.

By filling out the form via the link below you will:

  • Receive VIP notification of all of the Civic's shows and special events!
  • Receive the Civic's newsletter which will include profiles of alumni members!
  • Receive special offers and discounts via email!
  • Receive invitations for all Civic Alumni events!

It's an easy way to see what's new at the Civic!

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Questions about the Civic Alumni program can be sent to: Alumni@fwcivic.org

 

HISTORY
Fort Wayne Civic Theatre entertains, enlightens, inspires, educates and enriches the community through quality live theatre.
1927-28Fort Wayne Community Theatre Guild established. The two productions were Seven Keys to Baldpate and The Charm School.
1931Majestic TheatreName changes to “Old Fort Players” and seven or eight productions were presented in 1931.  Old Fort Players then move into the Majestic Theatre with its large 80' x 40' stage for the next 231 productions.  Ben Hur had live horses in chariot race on a treadmill!
1940Name changes to “Fort Wayne Civic Theatre” and tax-exempt status is awarded.  Orchestra formed to play an overture prior to each performance.
1953First Anthony Awards presented in recognition of outstanding performances in several categories.
1955Women's Guild formed.  Through volunteers and financial assistance, the Guild continues its support to this day.
1957Palace TheatreCivic Theatre moves into the Palace Theatre.
1973Performing Arts Center (owned by Arts United) is the new home for the Civic Theatre.
2003-04Civic Theatre elebrates 75 years and is the second largest community theatre in Indiana.
2004-05Entrance to the Arts United Center Sign outside Arts United Center circa 1970'sPerforming Arts Center is renamed ARTS UNITED CENTER.
2006-07Civic Theatre opens its second stage series named "Civic Off-Main."
2008-09Phillip H. Colglazier and Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry80th Anniversary: Celebrating 8 Dramatic Decades!
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