The Johnson City Community Theatre’s “Seussical” production hits the stage Friday night in a show that’s sure to leave you thinking of all the thinks you can think.
Looking to get in on the holiday fun while avoiding the winter cold?
Fans of Halloween-themed theater are in for a treat this month, as both the Jonesborough Repertory Theatre and the Johnson City Community Theatre are bringing classic Halloween stories to their respective stages.
The Johnson City Community Theatre has announced the cast for their rendition of Paula Vogel’s “How I Learned To Drive,” which will be directed by the JCCT’s Christian Coger.
Sexual abuse and exploitation isn’t a topic many people are comfortable or eager to talk about, which is why the Johnson City Community Theatre’s Christian Coger is bringing “How I Learned To Drive” to the JCCT stage this fall.
The Johnson City Community Theatre is looking for actors and actresses to audition for their performance of “How I Learned To Drive,” which will premiere on Sept. 12.
For more than two-thirds of Johnson City’s 150 years, neighbors and friends have entertained this town on stage.
It isn’t easy to be the state of Tennessee’s longest-running community theater.
It's often a passion for the arts that helps keep the doors of the Johnson City Community Theatre open, according to J.J. Jeffers, a lifetime member of the Johnson City Community Theatre.
Emily Fleenor first realized she wanted to act when she experienced a live production of the “Wizard of Oz.” As a child new to the arts, she said it was a pivotal moment in her life.
At just 26 years old, the Johnson City Community Theatre’s Will Oliver already has more than a decade of experience in theater, and he’s not stopping anytime soon.
The Johnson City Community Theatre still has an exciting year planned ahead, continuing with Noel Coward's “Blithe Spirit,” a 1941 comedy directed by Will Oliver that’s sure to leave viewers in high spirits.
“The Little Mermaid” opens at the Johnson City Community Theatre this weekend on Thursday, Feb. 28. To purchase tickets, visit jccommunitytheatre.org or call 423-491-5053.
The cast of the Johnson City Community Theatre rehearse this season's Christmas show, "A Christmas Story: The Musical."
The show opens Friday Dec. 6-8 and 13-15 at 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 9 at 2 p.m.
Visit jccommunitytheatre.org to purchase tickets.
Hold on to your fishnets, the Transylvanians are back in town.