Denton Community Theatre’s mission is to contribute to the cultural life of the community through theatrical experiences. Denton Community Theatre, Inc. shall promote education and interest in theatre and the performing arts; and manage and operate the Campus Theatre owned by the Greater Denton Arts Council. This mission includes, but is not limited to the following:
1. Promoting education in the theatre and performing arts by producing high quality plays and musicals;
2. Encouraging and educating children, youth and adults in all aspects of theatre arts and related fields;
3. Providing North Texas region residents with opportunities to gain a greater appreciation of the performing arts;
4. Providing North Texas area residents with opportunities to participate with the performing arts.
5. Contributing to the quality of life in the North Texas region.
Denton Community Theatre, Inc. is housed in Campus Theatre, the most iconic theatre in Denton, TX. DCT is one of the oldest arts groups in Denton and has provided over forty continuous years of theatrical experiences for the Denton area. Denton Community Theatre, Inc. was charted as a non-profit educational organization under 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code in August, 1969.
DCT presents 14-20 different productions throughout the year including Traveling and Competition Shows, Theatre School classes, Children’s Theatre, Special Events and fundraisers, Showcase Productions, Denton Festivals, Beaujolais and More Wine and Food Tasting, and manages the Campus Theatre for the community and the Greater Denton Arts Council (over 50 different events each year).
DCT Governing Board
Doreen Collin, President
Roni Beasley, President-elect
Rudy Menn, Treasurer
Nina Nichols Austin, Secretary
Danny Armitage, Jeremy Brand, Kim Campbell, Rob Houdek, Stacey Irish-Keffer, Nanci Kimmey, Kay Lamb, Angie Herring Matthews, Joanne Moses, Dena Reecer, Janet Shelton, Melissa Sims, Jeff Springer, Donna Trammell, Suzanne Weaver
DCT Production Board
Caleb Norris, President
Nicole Probst, Vice President
Kerri Peters, Secretary
Jeannene Abney, Elsie Barrow, Melanie Barth, Johnny Bryant, Kim Campbell, Sean Frith, Erin Gern, Tonya Harrison-Mueller, Bill Kirkley, Bryan Patrick, Ash Robbins, John Rodgers.