Thalian Association Community Theatre Production Elton John & Tim Rice’s Aida, Disney’s Freaky Friday, and The Producers Cancelled

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Main Stage Thalian Hall

Kenan Auditorium UNCW Stage Performances

June 11 – 20, 2021

Youth Stage Performances


Eggs-citing Easter Weekend Run to Benefit Youth Theatre!

Eggs-citing Easter Weekend Run to Benefit Youth Theatre!

Date: April 3, 2021

Mayfaire Town Center

5K Run 8:00 am

1K Fun Walk/Run 8:15 am


Orange Street Artsfest





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Exciting New Flex Ticket Packages With More Great Theatre! Thalian Association Community Theatre has been enriching the cultural landscape of Wilmington for 232 years thanks to the loyal support of our members. This season for the first time we are presenting five productions on the Main Stage of Historic Thalian Hall with the season finale at Kenan Auditorium. Four major musical theatre productions and two award-winning plays; Cole Porter’s classic Anything Goes, the modern holiday favorite Elf the Musical, Alfred Uhry’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Driving Miss Daisy, the jukebox musical All Shook Up featuring the songs of Elvis Presley, the Wilmington Premiere of Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Arthur Miller’s The Crucible The Youth Theatre season on the 2nd Street Stage at the Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center is equally exciting; Peter Pan Jr., Disney’s Descendants the Musical, Original Beatles Revue, Pinkalicious, and Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Revenue from ticket sales alone funds only a portion of our operating costs. Like most non-profit organizations, Thalian Association Community Theatre depends on the generosity of patrons like you to bridge that crucial gap. We invite you to get involved today and let the community know that you support local theatre in the Port City. The difference begins with you……




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