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To engage and inspire through innovative theatrical experiences and dynamic youth arts education. 


VISION STATEMENT: Through fostering collaboration between community artisans and professional artists nationwide, Main Stage seeks to strengthen the artistic, cultural, and economic development of Humboldt County.

  Main Stage produces a three show season of musicals at the Arkley Center for the Performing Arts annually in addition to special events. Our artistic mission is centered producing reimagined classics and new works. Our Youth Division also programs a variety of youth education opportunities running throughout the year. 


Check back soon to meet our team! 



Main Stage Humboldt is a proud member of the Eureka Chamber of Commerce. 


 Main Stage's beginnings started as a small group of young artists , focused on performing material from new musical works. The group was founded by Humboldt  local, Daphne Endert. This early iteration  of the company performed anywhere from school talent shows to museums and private parties. In the fall of 2014, the company of  seven young artists  debuted British Composer Ethan Lewis Malby's Ada Lovelace at the Morris Graves Museum of Art of the first time in the United States. 

 With a strong company of young artists, and a chance collaboration with adult actors from the Bay Area, the company's first production The Sound of Music was scheduled to open in July of 2015.


 While the company's original vision was to perform out of much smaller venues, a change of scheduling  and a mad search for a performance space just three weeks shy of the first opening night, eventually led  the company  to the Arkley Center for the Performing Arts, our artistic home for the past 6 years. 

 Today Main Stage operates as a developing professional theater and seasonal producer of musicals at the Arkley Center. We continue to honor our beginnings by further developing the arts in Humboldt through collaboration between local artists and professional artists nationwide. Main Stage also continues to foster new musical theatre works and provide local youth with dynamic arts training and performance experiences.