Recent X*ACT News:

X*ACT notes with sadness the passing of Lynda Troy, founding member and first board president. Rest in Peace.

Then coming up in March:


Ticket policies:

* Late arrivers may be asked to view the performance from the
TV in the conference room until the first break in the show.
* Tickets unclaimed 10 minutes before the show time may be
re-sold. There are no refunds or replacements for these tickets.

Our Season wraps with:

Are you interested in Season Tickets:

Purchase tickets online here:

Pick a performance below and we will automatically save you a
seat for that particular show.
You can change your preference later by email or phone (please leave a
message) or at the door if there are seats available for that performance.

Week 1:
* Friday at 7pm
* Saturday at 7pm
* Sunday at 3pm

Week 2:
* Friday at 7pm
* Saturday at 7pm
* Sunday at 3pm

Select “season tickets” and follow the instructions. You’ll then
receive a follow-up email asking for your Preferred Performance.
You’ll receive a confirmation email of your order. If you do not receive an
email within 2 weeks, email or call our office and leave a message.
Thank you for Supporting X*ACT!

X*ACT is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

Statement on Show Content

We believe that theater should not only entertain but educate as well. While we would never stage a production with the intention of offending anyone, some content, storyline, or characters may be offensive to some. For this we apologize.

However, there are productions written about certain time periods or containing subject matter that by today’s standards may not be politically correct. These types of productions will not be abandoned. For example: The Face of Emmett Till, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Adventures Tom Sawyer, The Diary of Anne Frank.

These types of productions can not only entertain but help facilitate discussion about a time or subject in our history. Without acknowledging or accepting the past, you can never truly move forward.

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” – George Santayana

Copyright Statement

The videotaping or making of electronic or other audio and/or visual recordings of any production and distributing recordings or streams in any medium, including the internet, is strictly prohibited, a violation of the author(s)’s rights, and actionable under United States Copyright Law. For more information, please visit:

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Xenia Area Community Theater and Arts Center
45 E. Second Street

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