Summit Theatre Group

Summit Theatre Group located in Lees Summit MO



Join us as we celebrate our 10th anniversary season! The mission of Summit Theatre Group is to provide Lee’s Summit and surrounding areas with enjoyable live theatre opportunities and experiences through community involvement and education in a vibrant, dynamic organization.

Summit Theatre Group is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which welcomes and values all forms of diversity as we strive to better represent the performing arts community. We are committed to fostering and working in an

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Presented by Summit Theatre Group at MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center

Oct 7 - Oct 16, 2022


Our Response to COVID-19:

Summit Theatre Group is committed to the continued safety of our patrons, participants, volunteers and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. The following guidelines will be adhered to during productions, rehearsals, special events, and educational programming. These guidelines and recommendations may change following guidance from local health experts. CDC and Jackson County MO Health Department guidelines will be followed.


STG staff, volunteers, and board members will ensure cleaning of all spaces utilized by staff, volunteers, participants, and patrons during rehearsals, performances, and educational programming.

Increased cleaning attention to high touch surfaces in public areas and areas used by cast and crew and educational participants.

Disposable gloves provided when required to handle difficult to clean surfaces.

Hand sanitizer at points of entry and common areas.

Hand sanitizer provided for use by staff and volunteers interacting with the public.

There will be minimized shared class supplies and disinfecting between uses.


Masks are strongly recommended for those who are not fully vaccinated.

Disposable face masks available to all if individuals do not have their own.


Anyone who is sick or exhibiting symptoms will be told to stay home or be denied entry immediately.


Online ticketing will be in place.

Show playbills will be digital.

The use of physical paperwork will be avoided as much as possible. All forms are to be made available digitally to the extent possible. If physical paperwork is required, writing utensils will be sanitized and gloves will be worn by staff and volunteers to handle paperwork.


Social distancing is encouraged. Seating will be distanced when possible.

Doors to the venue will only open at a specified time for seating/entry to rehearsals, productions, special events, and educational programming to limit unnecessary gatherings.

All rehearsals and educational programming will be limited to only staff, volunteers and participants. No outside spouses, parents, siblings, or guests will be allowed.


The Board of Directors will communicate in person and in writing, a set of expectations to follow all of the guidelines above to all staff, volunteers, participants, and patrons.

Instructions and expectations will be visible for all onsite and on our website.