Chino Community Theatre

Photo by Wayne Frost

Important Note Regarding Covid-19:

Based on current COVID-19 CDC, state and county guidelines:

- Proof of vaccination or negative Covid test results are not currently required

- Masks are strongly recommended, but not required

- Maximum seating capacity (90 total) has been reinstated



A sinister and zany comedic romp with a dark domestic drama at its heart, Fuddy Meers illustrates a world in which nothing is as it seems, hardly anyone can be understood, and trusting the wrong person can get you locked in the basement with a foul-mouthed sock puppet, hit over the head with a frying pan, or hauled over the Canadian border. This is especially challenging if you are a sunny amnesiac like Claire, who must contend with kidnapping, family reunion, and intrusive carnival music playing in her head, all before she can figure out whether she prefers juice or coffee. 

David Lindsay-Abaire has crafted a play about pain, identity, miscommunication, and, ultimately, the courageous confrontation of a traumatic past. And sock puppets… don’t forget the sock puppets.


April 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 and 29 at 8:00 pm

April 16, 23 and 30 at 2:30 pm

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by Daryl Mendelson and Frank Minano

directed by Toni Lynd

We’re opening our 39th season with the world premiere of a brand-new play!  Written by Daryl Mendelson and his longtime friend (and IVRT founder) Frank Minano, The Jewtalian is an endearing and rib-tickling journey of a best friendship started in childhood and lasting a lifetime. From two very different cultural backgrounds, young boys Finn and Frank meet, grow up together and share an artistic dream, with loving support from their amusing Jewish and Italian families.  In today’s complicated world, The Jewtalian is a funny and heartwarming reminder that an enduring friendship can weather any storm. 

January 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28, February 3 & 4 @ 8 pm

January 15, 22 & 29 @ 2:30 pm

our 39th season • 2023

Dear friends of CCT,

During this time of COVID-19 virus social distancing and safeguards, Chino Community Theatre has been contacted about ways to donate to our theatre. The easiest way to make a donation is to click on the logo on the left. Another is to write a check and mail it to our address, which is listed at the bottom of the page. If you would like to specify how it is spent, please let us know. In any event, your tax deductible donation will be put to good use. 

Thank you!

Chino Community Children's Theatre is a non-profit organization run by volunteers. We provide an opportunity for the children in the community and their families to become involved in the theatre arts. Our goal is to educate and entertain in an environment of mutual respect for all ages and abilities.

City of Chino

Master plan

Meetings regarding the City of Chino Downtown Civic Center Master Plan are happening now! Here are two Arts related interactions from the November 30 session. These are 10 to 30 year plans, but sharing your input now is important. For more on the City of Chino Downtown Civic Center Master Plan, please visit: .

Proposals 1, 2, and 3 are to the left.




All activities are predicated upon the response to COVID-19 safeguards and AB5 ramifications.