About Midcoast Theater Company

Our History

Midcoast Theater Company began in 2012 under the name of Midcoast Actors Studio. Midcoast Theater Company is a registered 501c3 non-profit resident theater company in Belfast, Maine.

Mission Statement
The mission of the Midcoast Theater Company to bring people together to celebrate and explore the human spirit.

Company Vision
Through the production of quality shows and readings, as well as the operation of high-quality classes and workshops, we are working hard to become a valuable member of the region’s arts community. Midcoast Theater Company strives to provide directors, writers, designers, and actors with a safe environment to enhance their creative abilities and explore their talents, through the creation of live theatre. Through all of this, Midcoast Theater Company aims to be recognized in the midcoast and around the state as an example of a thriving performing arts organization.

Company Values
As theatre is a collaborative art, we are looking for individuals who are not only well-rounded but interested in learning about new aspects of the art form. Our company members will each be expected to take roles in various facets of each season.

 

Our Theatre 

In 2021, Midcoast Theatre Company moved into the Old Courthouse at
137 Church Street

Belfast, ME 04915.

Our Team

Jason Bannister (Managing Artistic Director) has lived in Maine all his life. He has a theater degree from The University of Southern Maine. He teaches theater and directs plays and musicals for the Belfast school system.

MIDCOAST THEATRE COMPANY

BELFAST, MAINE

JASON BANISTER
MANAGING ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

INFO@MIDCOASTTHEATER.COM

207-370-7592

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MIDCOAST THEATER COMPANY

BELFAST MAINE. 

PUBLIC HEALTH UPDATE
The Midcoast Theater Company is staying informed about the events surrounding the global outbreak of the coronavirus. The health and safety of our audiences and performers is of the utmost importance. We are closely monitoring developments around Coronavirus (COVID-19), and we will look to the Maine Center for Disease Control for recommendations, guidance, and direction.