MCT is dedicated to producing a broad range of theatrical presentations of the highest possible quality.
We strive for accessibility, inclusion and diversity in all areas of our operations. We want to provide an outlet for creative community involvement in the arts, as well as making an essential contribution to the quality of life in our community.
Marty is originally from East Central Indiana near Muncie. He attended Ball State University where he studied Theatre direction and production. After college he was the Auditorium director at Highland High School and was there from 1992 until 2003. He then moved back to his hometown and became the Education and Artistic Director at Muncie Civic Theatre.
Being back home was a great time in his life and he loved working in the community where he grew up. In 2010 Marty returned to Chicago and changed careers a bit when he became a recruiter for a Recruitment Processing Outsource organization. Since his return to this part of the Midwest he’s had the honor to direct a couple of productions at the Towle Theatre located in Hammond. Marty has a simple philosophy about theatre and life in general; If it’s not fun, and you don’t enjoy it, then don’t do it! He hopes you have fun tonight. If you laugh, cry, or have an emotional reaction then he’s done his job. Thanks for coming! “Most folks are about as happy as they make up their mind to be.”- Abraham Lincoln
Jennifer has strong ties to the Miller area having grown up just south of here in Lake Station. Her and her family frequented Lake Street growing up and her parents met while ice skating on the lagoon. She has been an educator for five years working in the Portage School District and now virtually with Indiana Digital Learning School.
Jen has been a volunteer with the MBACD and has helped with several fundraisers. She is a passionate supporter of the arts and has a deep desire to bring more performing art to the Miller Community which she loves dearly.