To enrich the lives of youth through participation in dance, music, visual arts, theatre workshops and main stage productions;
To facilitate youth’s development of life skills such as problem solving, decision-making and team work;
To offer high quality theatrical productions to the community.
 Children with special needs are also included as equals in MCYT programs and productions.  Unlike most programs that audition and accept only the most talented children, MCYT accepts all children and guides them toward becoming creative and talented leaders who advance to adult theatre programs and other professions. 

Motor City Youth Theatre 

Mission Statement



MOTOR CITY ADULT PLAYERS

Past Productions


The Mouse Trap, 2012

Lady Pirates of Captain Bree, 2013​

Sleepy Hollow, 2014

Dirty Work at the Crossroads, 2015

The Great Ghost Chase. 2015

​The Ghosts of Spoon River, 2016

The Redford Cemetery Walk, 2016

Poe and Friends, 2016


celebrating 26 years!

Motor City Youth Theatre

Presents

Lionel Bart's

OLIVER!

Book, Music and Lyrics by Lionel Bart

Directed by Nancy Florkowski
7:00 PM  December 8, 9, 15, 16
2:00 PM   December 10 and 17

Tickets $12
$10 seniors and children under 18    

Tickets may be purchased on line at  https://www.eventbrite.com/o/motor-city-theatre-7582547873

or in person at

Motor City Theatre

Available on Saturdays 9 AM to 3:00 PM

Also at the door when available

Motor City Theatre

27555 Grantland, Livonia, 48150

motorcityoutheatre@gmail.com
                                                     
Presented through special arrangement with

Music Theatre International                                               Motor City Youth Theatre, since 1990, is a 501 (C ) (3) educational youth theatre

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CURRENT ACTIVITIES

Motor City Youth Theatre

MOTOR CITY YOUTH THEATRE BARD BUMS


Motor City Youth Theatre Bard Bums will begin its Shakespeare academy this year!


For students who want to know more about William Shakespeare, his life and plays


Students will watch and discuss Shakespeare film productions, read scenes, perform scenes, cook, and do crafts of Shakespeare's time period.


Classes will meet one day a week. More information will follow.



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in 2018 MCYT Bard Bums will present:

Romeo and Juliet Meet

the Hatfield's and the McCoy's