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Holloway (Don McClendon, left) offers his opinions on Memphis's (Archie Coleman, center) ongoing dispute with the city government over the acquisition of Memphis's property. Wolf (Minware Tutu, right) listens in. Photo by John Lamb

Don't miss August Wilson's Two Trains Running, continuing this weekend! 

CCT opened its 20th season this past weekend with August Wilson's Two Trains Running, continuing this weekend, Thursday-Sunday October 19-22. Audiences and reviewers alike have reacted positively to the production. Richard T. Green, of "Talkin' Broadway" writes 

"...the action is wonderfully natural, with fascinating characters, each one unique and different. Once you realize it is the other side of city living, with its own cruel justice and stunning mercy, it becomes a door to an entirely new world...Director [Nada] Vaughn gives each character his (or her) own sense of style and purpose and fitting in, and each has their own confident sense of pride and position." 

Read the full review here

Four more performances!
Thursday, October 19, 8:00pm 
Friday, October 20, 8:00pm
*Saturday, October 21, 8:00pm 
Sunday, October 22, 2:00pm 

*Special Opportunity! There will be a Question and Answer session with the cast and director following the performance on Saturday, October 21. Join us to learn more about how the director and cast approached the themes of the show as well as their characters and performances. 

Purchasing advance tickets is easy! Visit us at Brown Paper Tickets, e-mail, or call 314-721-9228 to reserve yours today! 

Tickets can also be purchased at the door beginning 60 minutes prior to each performance. Lighted, handicapped-accessible parking is available. 

Want to help out CCT and see this excellent show for free? Sign up here to usher or work concessions for any of the remaining performances, and receive complimentary admission to the show. Ushers and concessions volunteers must arrive by 7:00pm for Thursday, Friday, or Saturday performances, and by 1:00pm for the Sunday matinee.

Clayton Community Theatre performs in the South Campus of Washington University in Saint Louis (the former C.B.C. High School), 6501 Clayton Road, 63117. Click the map graphic for details. There is a large lot for free parking west of the entrance.

Unless otherwise noted, auditions are in the same place.

Write us at 
Clayton Community Theatre
P.O. Box 50035
Clayton MO 63105

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For tickets to our next performance or season-ticket memberships, visit and search for Clayton Community Theatre, or leave a voice message at our box office, 314-721-9228, or email us.

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Financial assistance for this project has been provided by The Missouri Arts Council, a state agency.

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