Main Street Theatre Works is a professionally-oriented, rural theatre company performing at the

Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre in Jackson, California, Amador County. Enjoy a picnic, followed by

classical, comedy, and contemporary plays under the stars in a beautiful amphitheatre.

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Thank You!




As MSTW wraps up our 25th year, we want to thank our patrons and community members who supported us throughout the year.


Thank you to those who came out to see Plays on the Patio at the Preston Castle,

who saw one or both of our summer shows at the Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre, 

 Leading Ladies and Alone Together, and those who saw our

Live Radio Show of A Tale of Two Cities


And thank you to our sponsors, advertisers, board of directors, and

our amazing volunteers - we couldn't have done it without you!

We look forward to our 26th year as a producing company in Amador county, and celebrating our 17th season at the Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre in Jackson.

And we look forward to sharing it all with you!

Please watch our website for ways you can get involved with our company, whether it's swinging a hammer, sponsoring a show, bringing a group, or being a part of our productions on stage or behind the scenes.

We welcome you all to be a part of this amazing theatre company!

Cheers to a wonderful 2020!

Announcing our 2020 Summer Season!

Kong's Night Out by Jack Neary

 This is the story of what happened in the hotel room next to the hotel room where Ann (played by Fay Wray in the 1933 movie) was whisked out into the Manhattan night by King Kong. As low-end Broadway producer Myron Siegel is getting ready to open his latest production,

Foxy Felicia, Myron finds out that his rival is going to open, directly across the street, a very big show, with a very big monkey! As the story unfolds, doors fly open and slam shut, as well as mistaken identities, pies in the face, deceit, underhandedness, and even a couple of romances. It’s a comic look at a classic story, as depicted in the 1933 movie. 

Kong’s Night Out runs June 19th - July 18th.  

A Little Murder Never
Hurt Anybody by Ron Bernas
As an homage to the screwball comedies of the 1930s, the story centers around New Year’s Eve at the Perry mansion, where Matthew Perry and his wife, Julia, divulge their New Year’s Resolutions ~ his is to kill her before the year is up, and hers is to stay alive through the year so she can attend their daughter Bunny’s wedding. But as Julia dodges Matthew’s murder attempts, several friends and staff mysteriously die on the family estate. Enter Detective Plotnik – a Sam Spade reincarnation who suspects everyone but hasn’t got a clue. As the bodies fall, it seems that Matthew is responsible for murdering everyone except his wife. But if he didn’t do it, “who done it?” A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody runs August 7th – September 5th.

Make gift giving easy this year

with the gift of live theatre!

Buy a 2020 Summer Season Package,

two shows for just $30.

Use them for either show, the same show, any day of the run

Kong's Night Out   and

A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody

Mark your calendar for December 3rd, Amador Giving Tuesday.

It's a time where your donations go twice as far,

since they are matched by local Amador businesses and community organizations.

We are blessed to have such continued support and we hope you'll join us.

This year MSTW is going to use your donations to "Light up Theatre!"

in Amador County. As we get closer to the day, we'll share more

about how you can help light up our stage at the Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre,

as well as stages at the local high schools.

In the meantime, Save the Date ~ December 3rd ~ for Amador Giving Tuesday!

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