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The Warehouse Living Arts Center, one of our community's greatest assets, has been at the very heart of entertainment, theatrical education, and culture in North Texas. With a cast and crew of 20, the Warehouse began in 1971, housed at Navarro College’s Arena Theatre. The award-winning community playhouse, now a fixture of downtown Corsicana, has a history rich in local culture and an influence that has extended to Broadway, Vegas, TV, and the English stage.
From intimate productions of The Matchmaker and Always, Patsy Cline to large-scale musicals like South Pacific and Oklahoma, the Warehouse has packed in crowds of all ages and tastes. Alongside local talent, shows have starred famous actors and singers, toured regionally, won awards in state competitions and been featured in national festivals. An offshoot troupe of the Warehouse, the Corsicana Children’s Company, has appeared statewide as well as internationally — including a tour of Great Britain with The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. The Warehouse, in addition to making its mark on the social and artistic landscape of Corsicana, is a physical ornament to the city, with its bright entrance awnings, recently dedicated Walk of Fame, and digital marquee.