About Us


PO Box 112
Richland, WA 99352
Office Hours
by Appointment

Costume & Prop Rental

Mid-Columbia Musical Theatre has a wide variety of costumes and props that can be rented out. Please contact us to see what is available.

Get Involved


You can become involved! Besides audience members, we are always looking for volunteers for all aspects of producing a musical performance. Volunteers may include:
  • Actors, singers, dancers (on-stage performers)
  • Instrumentalist
  • Backstage set building or tech crew
  • Enthusiast!

Support us Financially

Donations and sponsorships are always needed and very welcome. Without the generous support of our community, MCMT could not produce shows. Please consider becoming a member or a sponsor today. Visit our sponsor page for more details.

Other Ways to Contribute

  • There are countless other ways to help our organization. Here are a few!
  • Follow us / Subscribe across our Social Media pressences
    Facebook: MidColumbiaMusicalTheatre
    Instagram: @MCMTShow
    Twitter: @MCMTShow
    YouTube: MCMT Channel
  • Use https://smile.amazon.com (and select Mid-Columbia Musical Theatre as your charity)
  • Take pictures of our posters and at our events, then share them
  • Thank our sponsors and advertisers when you see them in the community

Board of Directors

Mid-Columbia Musical Theatre’s Board of Trustees meet monthly to review MCMT’s finances, approve productions and production staff, direct the organization’s plan of operation, and to set policy for the group.

Katie White

Past President
Tyler Bowerly

Jess Howard

Business Manager/Treasurer
Margaret Dunn

Trustee Emeritus
Mary Lou Gnoza

Alli Syverson
Ben Chambers
Katie Clark
Robert John Hanson
Marella McGreal
Paul Nelson
Sam Carterby
Victoria Moses


Mid-Columbia Musical Theatre (MCMT) is a nonprofit corporation whose mission is to produce and stage amateur theatrical productions and related recreational, educational, and public service activities. The company began as Richland Light Opera Company in 1948 with the dream of Jack Quinn, Mina and Blake Miller, and Jeanne Bowen to bring a production of The Mikado and No, No, Nanette to Richland. The company transitioned from light opera to musical theatre with its 1953 production of No, No, Nanette. As MCMT continues to grow, we have selected more modern shows to add to our repertoire while keeping musical theatre classics and light opera in our show rotation.

Due to increases in royalties, theatre rental, and all of the production elements you see on stage, each show produced by MCMT now costs from $40,000 to $60,000. This cannot be accomplished through ticket sales alone. We depend on the support of the community for the necessary resources to produce quality theatre. In addition, grants and donations have allowed us to provide discounted tickets to students, veterans, and senior citizens. There are always at least as many people behind the scenes as you see when the curtains open, and countless individuals have been trained in the theatre arts through participation in production activities. Please continue to support MCMT as we introduce more participants and audience members to the thrill of live theatre and nurture a love of the arts.

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