curtain opening with lightMission Statement

Broken Leg Theater seeks to cultivate a quality theater environment in a community setting in which youth and adults experience all aspects of theater performance and production. Broken Leg Theater seeks to enrich and entertain a range of audiences through a variety of live theater productions that enhance the cultural experiences of the community.

Vision Statement

Broken Leg Theater offers people of all ages, backgrounds, cultures, and lifestyles the opportunity to produce professional quality musicals and plays, study many aspects of the dramatic arts, and develop valuable life skills while providing outstanding entertainment to the community.

We celebrate the uniqueness of each individual and offer opportunities to the youngest and oldest of our citizens to share their gifts, time, talents, and resources while building a bridge between all generations. We foster confidence and poise to create happier, healthier, and more productive citizens who, in turn, will give back to their community.


Broken Leg Theater is thrilled to introduce The Kenna Bartle Memorial Fund, established in loving memory of the late actress, dancer, and educator, Kenna Bartle. This fund is a heartfelt tribute to a remarkable individual who touched our lives with her passion for education and the arts. Kenna Bartle was a shining star in the world of theater and dance, whose talents graced the stage during BLT’s production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at the Perkinson Center for the Arts in February 2022. She portrayed Tom Snout and “The Wall,” leaving a lasting impression on all who had the privilege of witnessing her performance.

Kenna was not only an exceptional artist; she was a devoted educator who, most recently, worked as a literacy instructional aide and a third-grade teacher at Beulah Elementary School. She firmly believed that every student should have the opportunity to pursue their passions.

The Kenna Bartle Memorial Fund has been founded to honor Kenna’s legacy by supporting students in their pursuit of theater arts and education through Broken Leg Theater. This fund will provide vital financial assistance to students who may need support to participate in BLT productions, workshops, and other educational offerings.

This fund is a testament to Kenna Bartle’s enduring spirit, her love for the arts, and her unwavering commitment to education. We invite the community to join us in honoring Kenna’s memory by contributing to The Kenna Bartle Memorial Fund, ensuring that her legacy continues to inspire future generations of artists and educators.

For more information on how to donate or apply for support, please contact us directly.
Let us come together to celebrate the life and legacy of Kenna Bartle, ensuring that her passion for the arts and education lives on through the students she so deeply cared for.


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