West Hartford Community Theater, Inc. ("WHCT") opened its doors in the fall of 2008 with an eye toward providing the highest quality live musical theater experience for West Hartford residents and the greater Hartford community. The brain child of Conard High School graduates, Bruce LaRoche and Maria Librio Judge, WHCT draws upon the unique and richly diverse pool of talent that exists right here in West Hartford and the surrounding area. Bruce is a Vice President & Associate General Counsel for an international insurance company, and Maria is a CPA at Frank J. Librio, CPA.
Brigadoon in the fall of 2010.
WHCT is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the development of live musical theater in West Hartford, as well as conducting related educational programs for adults and children.
- Produce high quality, live musical theater in Hartford County;
- Provide a safe and open environment for all members;
- Create a diverse membership of all ages, specifically encouraging and promoting the participation of:
b. Minority youth and children, as well as
c. The economically disadvantaged,
in live musical theater including, production, stage direction, lighting, choreography and acting.
At WHCT, advancement of the highest quality live musical theater depends solely upon ability, performance and contribution from our board and our members without regard to education, age, gender, race, ethnic origins, physical abilities, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity and other perceived differences. WHCT values diversity and provides an environment where shared goals, performance standards and a common vision of the future guide the efforts of everyone.
This program enhances WHCT's ability to present the highest quality production, while creating an environment that fosters cross generational interaction, cooperation and collaboration. In addition, this program acts as a safe haven for youth and seniors interested in participating in the arts. It also provides students with an opportunity to get vital experience in theater, and allows seniors to take their skills and provide guidance to the theater community, at large.For more information, contact West Hartford Community Theater at firstname.lastname@example.org , or call 860-967-7026.