565 W. Tuscarawas Ave, Barberton, Ohio
Magical Theatre Company is Northeast Ohio's only professional resident and touring Theatre for Young Audiences. Dedicated to bringing the finest quality theatre to the young and young at heart, we’ve brought Theatre Magic to thousands of families for 40 years. So bring your family to Magical Theatre Company and create memories that will last a lifetime!
We use the magic of live theatre to encourage children to read, develop critical and creative thinking, and to be curious about the world around them. We are dedicated to bringing the finest quality theatre to young people. At MTC we take stories from page to stage and make curriculum connections with theatrical experiences your students will talk about for years to come.
MTC provides quality, Professional Theatre for Young Audiences right here in Northeast Ohio, so come on and take advantage of it! Bring your Church, Scouts or Club to a performance at Magical Theatre Company, or have us come to you. Let the Magic begin!
Trivia Night is back with a $500 Grand Prize!
Magical Theatre Company will hold its annual Trivia Night Fundraiser on April 18, 2017.
Hosted by Sporcle Live, tickets are $30.00 per person, up to 6 people per team.
Pizza, salad, pop, beer, wine and a ton of laughs are included.
The winning team will walk away with a Grand Prize of $500!
Plus, have even more fun with our Raffle for chances to win gift baskets, gift cards and more!
Magical Theatre Company’s Trivia Night is April 18, 2017 from 6pm – 9pm.
The fun can be found at Zwisler Hall located at 500 Mull Avenue (next to St. Sebastian School) Akron, Ohio 44320.
The Fundraiser is Sponsored by Papa-Roni’s Pizza.
All tickets are advance sale only. The deadline for reservations is April 13th.
For tickets and/or questions, please call: 330-848-3708.
All proceeds benefit Magical Theatre Company.
Thank you and congratulations to our dear friend - and fairy godmother - Sophie Albrecht. She, and her work with Magical Theatre, is featured in the 2016-2017 Spirit of Philanthropy.