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Xenia Area Community Theater

Xenia Area Community Theater
45 East Second Street

About Us:

Xenia Area Community Theater was born on February 19, 2005 with the intention of providing an arts presence in the city of Xenia. There had been no live theater in Xenia since the 'Xenia Players' disbanded in 1974 after the Xenia Tornado destroyed their performance venue.

Orion Monroe, a Xenia native, began discussing the proposition of forming a true community theater with former Mayor John Saraga, former Publisher of the Greene County Dailies Fred Gibson, and former City manager Bill Barlow in Early December 2004. Orion had successfully managed several community and equity enterprises for over 15 years. He agreed to meet with area citizens at a town meeting at the Holiday Inn of Xenia. He was met with enthusiasm, support and advice from Xenia residents and business owners.

Today, X*ACT is growing. We have secured a permanent venue and a dedicated audience. We are far from our goal of self sufficiency, however we have never operated in the red. Money, time and resources that are donated to X*ACT are used for growth, not for repayment of past debt or obligations.

We are very thankful for the time, talent, and enthusiasm that Greene County and surrounding area residents have provided and continue to provide. X*ACT is a true community theater, owned by and built for our patrons, supporters and Arts enthusiasts.

We are a family. This is what we are most proud of and what we strive to preserve by every action, event and production that we offer. Xenia is the City of Hospitality: X*ACT embraces this attitude and we will continue to strive to be a quality and valuable asset to the community. Our theater is your theater!

Xenia Area Community Theater is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media


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