Springfield Theatre Centre
Where the Community and the Arts Come Together
About Our Theatre
The Springfield Theatre Guild incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in 1947.
From that time on — through performances in many Springfield venues before the construction of our building at 101 E. Lawrence, to our name change to Springfield Theatre Centre and our new location at the Hoogland Center for the Arts — our goal has been the same.
We bring our community and the performing arts together. We strive to provide Central Illinois with quality theatre, educational opportunities, and a creative outlet for live theatrical arts.
Our White Rabbit Family series, PAVE arts camp, and our affiliation with the Active & Creative Teen Theatre offer young people an opportunity to learn the skills necessary to build confidence not only in performance, but in all aspects of theatre. As we celebrate over 60 years of bringing our community and the performing arts together, we welcome your participation. Whether you are a member of the SRO Club, actor, director, support staff, volunteer or a member of our audience, we sincerely appreciate your support for more than 70 years!