As Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts’ community theatre branch, Center Street Community Theatre is dedicated to stimulating local interest in the theatre arts by providing adults in our community with the opportunity to participate in theatrical productions as non-professional volunteers.

We seek to encourage members of our community to learn new skills, test their wings, and share their talents with others—onstage and off. Through multiple plays each season of a caliber worthy of the Wagon Wheel name, we aim to foster an appreciation for the theatrical arts and an opportunity for people to get involved!

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Improv Comedy Classes Starting September 22nd, 2018 at Wagon Wheel Theatre

Everyone’s Tiffany, the house improv team for Center Street Community Theatre is offering adult improv classes in the Warsaw area beginning Saturday September 22nd.

Improv is a form of comedic theatre in which participants perform unscripted scenes, such as in the hit show “Whose Line is it Anyway?” Improv classes and training are also offered across the country not only to strengthen performers, but to develop communication and job skills.

Members of Everyone’s Tiffany, the Center Street Community Theatre improv house team, will instruct classes.  Foundational skills taught in the course include: ‘yes, and’, character development, spontaneity, and team-work. You can find out more information about Everyone’s Tiffany on Facebook.

Improv classes will run from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts. Registration is $35 and participants will receive a copy of “Improvise: Scenes from the Inside Out” written by Mick Napier.

Students must be 18 years or older to enroll.

For more information or to enroll, email Joe Harmon at