About Us

Founded in the 1970’s, Maumee Valley Civic Theatre (MVCT) has been around in the Henry County Area is one of the oldest Arts organizations in Henry County.

What sets MVCT apart? Our focus on reaching out to our entire community and concentrating on our mission:

Maumee Valley Civic Theater provides the Napoleon and Henry County area with quality live theater entertainment while giving the area students and community an outlet to be creative.

Our goal is to help everyone in our community share in the excitement of participating in theatre—as actors, backstage crew, or audience members.

Our 2020-2021 Board of Directors

The Maumee Valley Civic Theater bylaws states that the affairs of the Theatre and the direction of its work and its programs are vested in a Board of Directors consisting of seven members, which include four officers (President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer) and up to 3 Officers at Large elected for a 2 (two) year term. Our 2020-2021 Board of Directors are:

President               Jeffrey Tonjes
Vice President    Tom Zwiebel
Secretary               Miranda Skiver
Treasurer             Amanda Tonjes

Officers at Large
Megan Bostelman
Ryan Kruse
Kyle Pettit

Kyle Pettit

(Officer at Large)

Ryan Kruse

(Officer at Large)

Megan Bostelman

(Officer at Large)

2020 MVCT Willy Wonka Show Shirt

Amanda Tonjes

(Treasurer)

Miranda Skiver

(Secretary)

Tom Zwiebel

(Vice President)

Jeffrey Tonjes

(President)

Jeffrey is excited to be the President of…


Front Facade of Napoleon Civic CenterSeventy-seven years of live theatre in the John L. Johnson Auditorium have given us treasures, music, laughs, drama, and many memories. The Maumee Valley Civic Theater (MVCT) are proud SUPPORTERS of the Napoleon Civic Center project and hopefully we will be back in our forever home in the John L. Johnson Auditorium. The NCC project are currently in the process of raising funds to help renovate Napoleon’s old Central Elementary and High School. For more information about their progress and the project please visit their website at www.napoleonciviccenter.org
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