Season 51
October 1996:  Same Time, Next Year (director: Bill Johnson)
December 1996:
  Cinderella (director: Wanda Christy)
February 1997:
  Side by Side by Sondheim (director: Shelly Spataro)
April 1997:
  Hair (director: Larry Tempo)
May 1997:
  The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 (director: Jeff Daugherty)

Season 52
October 1997:  Veronica's Room (director: Cyndi Debor)
December 1997:
  It's a Wonderful Life (director: Lonnie Stein)
January 1998:
  Broadway and Beyond* (director: Larry Tempo)
February 1998:
  Laughter on the 23rd Floor (director: Chris Pastrick)
May 1998:
  You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (director: Tom Bekavac)

Season 53
October 1998:  Madam¹s Been Murdered, Tea Will Be Late (director: Jeff
Daugherty)
December 1998:
  Scrooge (director: Barbara Day)
January 1999:
  The Show Must Go On* (director: Larry Tempo)
March 1999:
  Godspell (director: Mandi Lege)
May 1999:
  On Golden Pond (director: Jeff Grabigel)

Season 54
October 1999:  The Woman in Black (director: Tom Bekavac)
December 1999:
  Charlotte¹s Web (director: Louise Ziccarelli)
March 2000:
  Sylvia (director: Ron Ferrara)
Our 200th Show: May 2000: Into the Woods (director: Larry Tempo)

Season 55
October 2000:  The Queen of Bingo (director: Eric Bitar)
December 2000:
  Hansel and Gretel (director: Mandy Porter)
January 2001:
  Starting Here, Starting Now (director: Dennis Earney)
March 2001:
  Beau Jest (director: Shelly Spataro)
May 2001:
  The Sound of Music (director: Jeff Daughterty)

Season 56
October 2001: The Odd Couple (director: Sylvia Garzotto)
December 2001:
 Let Your Hair Down, Rapuzel (director: Galyn Mitas)
January 2002:
 The Children's Hour (director: Colleen Clark Sulava)
March 2002:
 The Last Night of Ballyhoo (director: Cyndi Debor)
May 2002:
 The King and I (director: Chris Pastrick)

Season 57
October 2002: Perfect Wedding (director: Eric Bitar)
November 2002:
 Cabaret  (director: Larry Tempo)
February 2003:
 The Runner Stumbles (director: Cyndi Debor)
March 2003:
 The Emporer's New Clothes (director: Shelly Spataro)
May 2003:
 Moon Over Buffalo (director: Sylvia Garzotto)

Season 58 
September 2003:  Nightwatch (Director: Nick Armocida) 
November 2003: Dirty Work at the Crossroads(Director: Jen DiBlasio) 
March 2004: Love, Sex, and the I.R.S (Director: Colleen Clark-Sulava) 
May 2004: I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (Director: Larry Tempo)

Season 59
October 2004: George M! 
(
Director: Colleen Clark-Sulava)
December 2004: The Best Christmas Pageant Ever 
(
Director: Jennifer DiBlasio)
March 2005: Witness for the Prosecution 
(
Director: Sylvia Garzotto, asst. Brian Krugle)
May 2005: Dearly Departed 
(
Director: Ron Ferarra, asst. Kelly Debor)

Season 60 
August 2005: Proposals  (Director: Brian Krugle)
December 2005:
 The 1940's Radio Hour (Director: William Mitas)
March 2006:
 The Miracle Worker (Director: Colleen Clark Sulava)
May 2006:
 The (female) Odd Couple (Director: Mary Ann Justham)

NKCT - 64 Seasons and Counting

 

The New Kensington Civic Theatre (NKCT) is one of the countries oldest, continuously performing, all volunteer community theatres. It has been in continuous operation for 64 years. The organization was originally incorporated as a non-profit corporation by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as the New Kensington Little Theatre in 1945.



In its mission statement the NKCT desires to serve the area as a center for anyone interested in theatre activity; to offer opportunities to advance knowledge and skills in the theatre crafts; and to enhance the recreational, educational and cultural advantages of the community.



Currently, the NKCT reaches a large cross-section of the community through an average of three (3) main stage productions during each regular season and sometimes a Children's Workshop in the summer, utilizing a variety of area venues.



The NKCT service area includes the entire Alle-Kiski Valley, with its home base in New Kensington, Pennsylvania.


The NKCT is a tax-exempt organization as outlined in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and requires no licenses to operate.


 

Please peruse our rich history of play productions

 

Seasons 1 - 10

Seasons 11 - 20

Seasons 21 - 30

Seasons 31 - 40

Seasons 41 - 50

Seasons 51 - 60

Seasons 61 - 64

 

 

Seasons 51 - 60
1996 - 2006


Season 51
October 1996:  Same Time, Next Year (director: Bill Johnson)
December 1996:
  Cinderella (director: Wanda Christy)
February 1997:
  Side by Side by Sondheim (director: Shelly Spataro)
April 1997:
  Hair (director: Larry Tempo)
May 1997:
  The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 (director: Jeff Daugherty)

Season 52
October 1997:  Veronica's Room (director: Cyndi Debor)
December 1997:
  It's a Wonderful Life (director: Lonnie Stein)
January 1998:
  Broadway and Beyond* (director: Larry Tempo)
February 1998:
  Laughter on the 23rd Floor (director: Chris Pastrick)
May 1998:
  You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (director: Tom Bekavac)

Season 53
October 1998:  Madam¹s Been Murdered, Tea Will Be Late (director: Jeff
Daugherty)
December 1998:
  Scrooge (director: Barbara Day)
January 1999:
  The Show Must Go On* (director: Larry Tempo)
March 1999:
  Godspell (director: Mandi Lege)
May 1999:
  On Golden Pond (director: Jeff Grabigel)

Season 54
October 1999:  The Woman in Black (director: Tom Bekavac)
December 1999:
  Charlotte¹s Web (director: Louise Ziccarelli)
March 2000:
  Sylvia (director: Ron Ferrara)
Our 200th Show: May 2000: Into the Woods (director: Larry Tempo)

Season 55
October 2000:  The Queen of Bingo (director: Eric Bitar)
December 2000:
  Hansel and Gretel (director: Mandy Porter)
January 2001:
  Starting Here, Starting Now (director: Dennis Earney)
March 2001:
  Beau Jest (director: Shelly Spataro)
May 2001:
  The Sound of Music (director: Jeff Daughterty)

Season 56
October 2001: The Odd Couple (director: Sylvia Garzotto)
December 2001:
 Let Your Hair Down, Rapuzel (director: Galyn Mitas)
January 2002:
 The Children's Hour (director: Colleen Clark Sulava)
March 2002:
 The Last Night of Ballyhoo (director: Cyndi Debor)
May 2002:
 The King and I (director: Chris Pastrick)

Season 57
October 2002: Perfect Wedding (director: Eric Bitar)
November 2002:
 Cabaret  (director: Larry Tempo)
February 2003:
 The Runner Stumbles (director: Cyndi Debor)
March 2003:
 The Emporer's New Clothes (director: Shelly Spataro)
May 2003:
 Moon Over Buffalo (director: Sylvia Garzotto)

Season 58 
September 2003:  Nightwatch (Director: Nick Armocida) 
November 2003: Dirty Work at the Crossroads(Director: Jen DiBlasio) 
March 2004: Love, Sex, and the I.R.S (Director: Colleen Clark-Sulava) 
May 2004: I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (Director: Larry Tempo)

Season 59
October 2004: George M! 
(
Director: Colleen Clark-Sulava)
December 2004: The Best Christmas Pageant Ever 
(
Director: Jennifer DiBlasio)
March 2005: Witness for the Prosecution 
(
Director: Sylvia Garzotto, asst. Brian Krugle)
May 2005: Dearly Departed 
(
Director: Ron Ferarra, asst. Kelly Debor)

Season 60 
August 2005: Proposals  (Director: Brian Krugle)
December 2005:
 The 1940's Radio Hour (Director: William Mitas)
March 2006:
 The Miracle Worker (Director: Colleen Clark Sulava)
May 2006:
 The (female) Odd Couple (Director: Mary Ann Justham)



 

 


Season 51
October 1996:  Same Time, Next Year (director: Bill Johnson)
December 1996:
  Cinderella (director: Wanda Christy)
February 1997:
  Side by Side by Sondheim (director: Shelly Spataro)
April 1997:
  Hair (director: Larry Tempo)
May 1997:
  The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 (director: Jeff Daugherty)

Season 52
October 1997:  Veronica's Room (director: Cyndi Debor)
December 1997:
  It's a Wonderful Life (director: Lonnie Stein)
January 1998:
  Broadway and Beyond* (director: Larry Tempo)
February 1998:
  Laughter on the 23rd Floor (director: Chris Pastrick)
May 1998:
  You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (director: Tom Bekavac)

Season 53
October 1998:  Madam¹s Been Murdered, Tea Will Be Late (director: Jeff
Daugherty)
December 1998:
  Scrooge (director: Barbara Day)
January 1999:
  The Show Must Go On* (director: Larry Tempo)
March 1999:
  Godspell (director: Mandi Lege)
May 1999:
  On Golden Pond (director: Jeff Grabigel)

Season 54
October 1999:  The Woman in Black (director: Tom Bekavac)
December 1999:
  Charlotte¹s Web (director: Louise Ziccarelli)
March 2000:
  Sylvia (director: Ron Ferrara)
Our 200th Show: May 2000: Into the Woods (director: Larry Tempo)

Season 55
October 2000:  The Queen of Bingo (director: Eric Bitar)
December 2000:
  Hansel and Gretel (director: Mandy Porter)
January 2001:
  Starting Here, Starting Now (director: Dennis Earney)
March 2001:
  Beau Jest (director: Shelly Spataro)
May 2001:
  The Sound of Music (director: Jeff Daughterty)

Season 56
October 2001: The Odd Couple (director: Sylvia Garzotto)
December 2001:
 Let Your Hair Down, Rapuzel (director: Galyn Mitas)
January 2002:
 The Children's Hour (director: Colleen Clark Sulava)
March 2002:
 The Last Night of Ballyhoo (director: Cyndi Debor)
May 2002:
 The King and I (director: Chris Pastrick)

Season 57
October 2002: Perfect Wedding (director: Eric Bitar)
November 2002:
 Cabaret  (director: Larry Tempo)
February 2003:
 The Runner Stumbles (director: Cyndi Debor)
March 2003:
 The Emporer's New Clothes (director: Shelly Spataro)
May 2003:
 Moon Over Buffalo (director: Sylvia Garzotto)

Season 58 
September 2003:  Nightwatch (Director: Nick Armocida) 
November 2003: Dirty Work at the Crossroads(Director: Jen DiBlasio) 
March 2004: Love, Sex, and the I.R.S (Director: Colleen Clark-Sulava) 
May 2004: I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (Director: Larry Tempo)

Season 59
October 2004: George M! 
(
Director: Colleen Clark-Sulava)
December 2004: The Best Christmas Pageant Ever 
(
Director: Jennifer DiBlasio)
March 2005: Witness for the Prosecution 
(
Director: Sylvia Garzotto, asst. Brian Krugle)
May 2005: Dearly Departed 
(
Director: Ron Ferarra, asst. Kelly Debor)

Season 60 
August 2005: Proposals  (Director: Brian Krugle)
December 2005:
 The 1940's Radio Hour (Director: William Mitas)
March 2006:
 The Miracle Worker (Director: Colleen Clark Sulava)
May 2006:
 The (female) Odd Couple (Director: Mary Ann Justham)

 

"Art imitates life far more
than life imitates art."  

                    Oscar Wild

 

 

 

 

 

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