Theatre at Its Finest
Theatre is about connections, experiences, storytelling, self-discovery, laughter, joy, tears, empathy, and togetherness. You can experience theatre as an audience member, participant, donor, volunteer, or student. This fall marks the Chippewa Valley Theatre Guild’s 40th Anniversary serving the community! And our Grand Theatre celebrates 15 years as a place to entertain, educate and experience quality theatre. Together, Let’s Celebrate 40/15!
We are excited to celebrate our 40th Anniversary of the Theatre Guild and our 15th Anniversary of the Grand Theatre as we look forward to resuming live performances in 2021. But we need your help! Please consider a donation of $15 or $40 or $400 or whatever you can afford to give. Thank you. Donate Here!
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Classes and workshops have been canceled for June. We will provide further updates as we learn them.
The Grand Theatre is part of CVTG’s office and rehearsal space. Free parking is available on nearby streets and lots.
Pablo Arts Center
Pablo Arts Center is across the footbridge from the Grand Theatre. It contains two performance spaces, the RCU Theatre and the JAMF Theatre. Free parking is available in some lots and on the streets (look carefully for parking signs). There is paid parking available in one of the nearby Eau Claire ramps, or you may choose valet parking right in front of the center.
Board & Staff
Board of Directors
nJohn Murphy, President
Talk-Show Host/Promotions – Mid-West Family
David Hirsch, Vice President
Physician – Marshfield Clinic
Kim Shult, Treasurer
CPA, Partner – Baker Tilly
Becky Mattson, Secretary
Retired Teacher – ECASD
Russell Slack, Past President
Event Support – Mayo Clinic Health Systems
Training Manager – Xcel Energy
Bob Carr, CVTG Founder
Contract Analyst – City of Eau Claire
Attorney – Ruderware
Retired Librarian – LE Phillips Memorial Library
Youth Development Director – YMCA
Ann Sessions, Executive Director
Tim Menebroeker, Tech Director
Angie Alexander, Volunteer Coordinator
The Chippewa Valley Theatre Guild develops, encourages, and promotes opportunities for community members in the Chippewa Valley community to experience quality theatre, whether on the stage, in the audience, behind the scenes, or in a classroom.
The mission of the Chippewa Valley Theatre Guild is to produce a broad spectrum of high-quality theatrical presentations, to delight and challenge our audiences, to provide hands-on learning experiences in all aspects of the theatre for children and adults, and to nurture and celebrate the achievements of our volunteers.
Theatre for Kids’ Mission
The Theatre Guild’s children’s programming develops, encourages, and promotes quality theatre experiences that delight and challenge our participants and audiences.
The mission of Theatre for Kids is to nurture an appreciation for theatre in children, to celebrate theatrical achievements of participants, and to provide affordable, accessible, and educational hands-on experiences to the youth in our community in all aspects of theatre.
Code of Conduct
We believe that honesty, respect, and fairness are essential to everything we do.
We promote the expression of ideas, foster individual creativity and effort, and embrace the acceptance of others.
We believe collaboration, inclusiveness, and teamwork are vital for a quality organization and a vibrant arts community.
We are committed to the acknowledgment and open appreciation of all our volunteers.
Our success is dependent on an atmosphere which is fun, friendly, comfortable, and positive for everyone.
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