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About us

Small shows with BIG impact.  
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Our Productions Theatre Co.                   
Flower Mound-Lewisville  

“Remarkably, a fine cast at Our Productions Theatre Co. ... brings something fresh to the equation."

​The Dallas Morning News


“Our Productions executes the simultaneous complexity and insanity ... with mad ebullience that leaves the audience in stitches.”

​Theater Jones

We are a non-profit, IRS recognized 501 (c) 3 charitable organization, whose mission is to develop cultural growth in North Texas. Our Productions Theatre Co. (a d.b.a. of Expressions Performing Arts/Theatre FMPAT) challenges audiences through presentation of new, diverse, and classic theatrical productions for both adults and children; raising awareness of important issues through performance; fostering the educational development of future artists (Young Artist Training Program); and preserving the heritage of live theatrical performance for both current and future generations.


Our History:

Established in 1993, we were the first  professional theatre company in Denton County to use Actors' Equity Association contracts and the premiere Musical Theatre Training Program. From producing theatre in the most interesting of places from Samuel Lusk Amphitheatre in Flower Mound, to the Barn Door Theatre, to our own space in Parker Square, to Vista Ridge Amphiteheatre in Lewisville, to Addison Theatre Center, and the Irving Arts Center, Our Productions needed a more permanent home base. In 2011 Our Productions became a resident company at the beautiful Lewisville Grand located at 100 North Charles Street in Lewisville to be our Denton County base. In 2015 Our Productions expanded to produce project based works in Dallas County on a project by project basis. 

Staying true to our mission and founding direction with an empasis of education and the development of the next generation of artists, in 2017 we began our Adult Education Series through our Play Readers Club, Play Writers Club and Adult Musical Theatre Workshop offerings. We also offer free and discounted tickets and tuition assistance to our programs to ensure the arts remain accessible for all. Our Young Artist Training Program offers musicals and concerts that blend professionals with developing talent, and provides educational opportunities for youth to adults from conservatory level to community engagement.


We reaffirm our committment to providing an inclusive, safe space that is welcoming for all. We have a zero tolerance policy for bullying or harassment of any kind.   

Take the leap into your future performing arts adventure with us! Join us in the audience, on stage, as a volunteer, or in a class to broaden & enrich your own arts journey. 

Equity & Diversity Statement:

Our Productions Theatre Co. and our educational outreach, The Young Artist Training Program, believe our differences make us strong. We strive for a safe, inclusive environment dedicated to promoting the performing arts. We do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, national origin (ancestry), disability, sexual orientation, or socio-economic status. All are welcome here. 

Our Productions Theatre Co.'s Young Artist Training Program (YATP), Artistic & Educational Director, Stephanie Riggs
Our Productions Theatre Co.'s Young Artist Training Program (YATP), Executive Producer & Technical Director, Scott Kirkham
Our Productions Theatre Co.'s Young Artist Training Program (YATP)
Many thanks to our donors and contributors who make our work possible. 
Special thanks also to our sponsors:

The Town of Flower Mound



The City of Lewisville

Our Leadership:                                          
Artistic & Educational Director, Stephanie Riggs & Executive Producer/President, Scott Kirkham (pictured) helm our Board of Directors including the additional leadership talents of:
Laura Geiger, Vice-President
Meagan Fosha, Vice-President
Alex Davison, Secretary and
Andrew Fosha, Community Relations Director
Our Educational Program Faculty Leadership also includes:
Mark Mullino, Resident Musical Director and Alex Davison, Resident Choreographer 

Our Productions Reviews, Awards, Ovations 

November 2021 - "Best of Denton County" Young Artist Training Program

December 2018 - "Best of Lewisville" Non-Profit Award Recognition


February 2018 - "STEVE LOVETT AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING NEW WORK BY A LOCAL PLAYWRIGHT-The Column Awards" presented to Haunted by Bruce R. Coleman, presented by Our Productions Theatre Co. 

December 2015 - "Best of" Mentions & Picks:

Dallas Observer: Look back at 2015's Essential Productions


Dallas 12 Best Dallas-Fort Worth Theater Productions of 2015


August 2015 - Reviews for 'God of Carnage':

REVIEW Theater Jones: Playgrounded for Life


REVIEW Dallas Morning News: A fresh look at 'God of Carnage' prods veneer of manners


REVIEW Our Productions God of Carnage fierce, funny satire


April 2015 - Reviews for 'Ordinary Days' 

Dallas Morning News REVIEW: 'Ordinary Days' extraordinary in the hands of Our Productions Theatre Company - Nancy Churnin


REVIEW Dallas Observer: Ordinary Days Is Filled with Musical Magic


REVIEW D Magazine: Nothing Ordinary About Debut of Our Productions Dallas


REVIEW Theater Jones: Art Isn't Easy


REVIEW Examiner: Catch Our Productions wistful, scintillating Ordinary Days before it closes


Ordinary Days is a Top 5 Pick by Dallas Morning News for this week! REVIEW: Unpretentious Charmer - Alexandra Bonifield


Meet Matthew Silar, who plays Warren in Ordinary Days


Review: Ordinary Days by


Click here to read an article about Ordinary Days in D Magazine

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