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NCRT currently produces six main stage productions per year as well as a variety of second stage performances. The venue is also available for rental to outside performing arts groups and schools.

The North Coast Repertory Theatre is proud to be Eureka’s longest running live theatre establishment. Started in 1983 as a splinter from the long-running Ferndale Repertory Theatre, NCRT moved to its current location in 1984 and began producing 3-6 plays per season. The season was expanded to six shows in 2000.

Our home at 5th and D Streets in Eureka has a long and varied history including a stint as the local Salvation Army headquarters and a grocery store. As of 2015, we are proud to announce that we have paid off the mortgage and now own our building outright. 


Emily Barnes

Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Love this theater and their productions. There is something about the theater itself that makes every word and any and all music sound intact and brilliant. There's some amazing talent on the North Coast and many if not most have been or are here. The musicals are the best. But actually-- everything is just always fantastic.

william grimes

Sunday, April 1, 2018
The theater is small and average. They have cookies during the break. They don't have enough bathrooms so go before you go. But the plays there are usually pretty good. We just saw the tenth Muse there and the acting was fantastic. very well done

Benjamin Ruse

Sunday, June 17, 2018
You won't be disappointed! This place has heart and some very talented people.

Mark McCulloch

Sunday, July 15, 2018
Small venue. Up close and personal with the actors

Frank Hand

Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018
Excellent modern staging of King Lear. Fourth production we've attended this year. Definitely need season tickets next year.

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