Community Theatre

Battle Creek pros and KCC student Amber Isaacson work together onstage in 'Bus Stop'.

Teri Noaeill, Donna Daines and KCC Student Amber Isaacson in ‘Bus Stop’.

Kellogg Community College and KCC Theatre offer several opportunities for community members interested in the arts to participate in creating theatre in Battle Creek. The college hosts two MainStage Productions each academic year, one during the fall semester and one during the spring semester; community members as well as KCC students are welcome to audition for onstage roles or inquire about technical assignments. MainStage Productions typically run for two weekends each semester and are open to the public for a minimal admissions fee.

In addition to community involvement in some KCC student independent film making, community members are invited to attend Mich-Mash, KCC Theatre’s showcase event held at the end of each semester. ¬†Additionally, a new production is put on by the student-led Encore Theatre Company. If you are interested in volunteering time to work on a KCC Theatre production, contact Brad Poer at

2013-14 CulturalCalendar

Upcoming KCC Theatre events

Spring 2014 show: “Bus Stop,” by William Inge

Feb. 14-15, 20-22 and 28 and March 1
What A Do Theatre
4071 W. Dickman Road, Springfield

Spring Mich-Mash

7:30 p.m. Friday, May 9
KCC’s Davidson Auditorium
450 North Ave., Battle Creek