A story that is unassuming yet profound. A work of unparalleled imagination and heart. A stunning theatrical achievement that captures the experience of living in the moment. These are just a few reasons why Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning OUR TOWN is America's most acclaimed and produced play. The humble setting of small town Grover’s Corners becomes the backdrop to a poignant portrayal of how relationships and seemingly simple moments can provide the deepest echoes throughout our lives. “One of the finest achievements of the stage” – The New York Times (Rated G) This production has been generously underwritten by Carol Ann Shepherd.
Our Next Event - Tickets On Sale Now!
Oct. 31st, 2015 - 7:30pm
Texas Public Radio & Freddyburg Youth Theater present
This 1959 campy horror movie starring Vincent Price is about a human parasite that feeds on fear. Shown in "Percepto!" - the audience actually becomes part of the movie. The Tingler will be loose in the theater! (Rated PG - Adult $10 / 17 & under $7)
Two Great Events - On Sale Oct. 12th!
Nov. 14th, 2015 - 7:30pm
FTC's 2nd Annual Fundraiser:
A Night at the Opry
A live, old-fashioned Opry show featuring classic country music songs, all you can eat BBQ, a Classic Car show, Silent Auction, and music from Llano Opryhouse favorites
Ben Watson and The Hired Guns.
(Rated G - All tickets $40)
Nov. 15th & Dec. 6th, 2015 - 2:00pm
Fredericksburg Dance Company and FTC present:
The Nutcracker & The 12 Days of Christmas
Celebrate the holiday season with the Fredericksburg Dance company as they present The Nutcracker and an original production of The Twelve Days of Christmas. (Rated G - Adults $30 / 17 & under $15)
The mission of the Fredericksburg Theater Company (FTC) is “to provide superior theatrical programs for regional participation which entertain, educate, enrich and inspire.” Founded in 1997 by Jeryl Hoover, FTC has grown to an audience of over 10,000 annually.
All performances are held at the Steve W. Shepherd Theater, an intimate and comfortable venue with 250 individual seats.
The Scene Shop, made possible by a donation from Ed and Trudy Brune, was added to the FTC complex in the summer of 2009.
FTC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Your donations are tax deductible and are typically accepted by company gift match programs and community service hours.