G.K. Chesterton Theatre Company brings to families, plays that explore issues of conscience, faith and heroism with a special emphasis on the men and women who stood against the current tide of their time. Great plays can shape character in positive ways; our Company feels a special obligation to produce inspiring works, based on true stories.
Thank you for visiting the G.K. Chesterton Theatre Company's website. Our mission is to produce great literary and historical works with special emphasis on the struggle between faith and culture.
We believe dramas about heroic figures have universal appeal. People are drawn to characters who stand for some principle or belief at great personal cost. We also owe it to the youth of today to stage inspiring and edifying works.
Our first two productions, "Malcolm and Teresa" in the Fall of 2009 and "An Act of Reparation" in the Spring of 2010 were based on the above mentioned criteria and received with great fanfare. We're happy to report that both opened and closed to sold out audiences. We look forward to many more to come.
Please take a minute to view our past productions, our upcoming shows, join our mailing list, and if you feel so inclined, to make a donation to help us continue to bring these great stories to life here in Southern California.
Thank you for your time and generosity, and now...on with the show!
President & Co-Founder
The G.K. Chesterton Theatre Co.
Viva Cristo Rey coming to GKC Theatre in late Spring & early Summer of 2011. A true story of 1920's Mexico.
Our first two productions, "Malcolm and Teresa" in the Fall of 2009 and "An Act of Reparation" in the Spring of 2010 were based on the above mentioned criteria and received with great fanfare.