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Blue Ridge Community Theater’s mission is to enrich the cultural life of residents and visitors through live music performances, adult theater productions, children theater and education of all aspects of contemporary and classic theater.
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We have seen three plays here over the years, and each has been a load of fun. Now, whenever we vacation in Blue Ridge, the first thing we do is get tickets for the performance.
It is not Broadway, but the actors give it their...More
Date of experience: December 2018
Michael L, VP Main Stage Mgr at Blue Ridge Community Theater, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for your feedback. We love to hear from our audience when they loke what we do. We have a really fun season planned for 2019. If you are in town come by to get a brochure. Or call the box office to request...More
Last night we went to Miracle on 34th Street. It was a lot of fun. The sets were great as well as the story line.
No matter what is happening at BRCT whether it is a main stage show, a SunnyD play, Live Music; you...More
The last time we were here we saw "Whose Wives are they" and this time it was "Hot Bed Hotel", that was written by the same person, and directed by the same director. Both shows were hilarious, side splitting funny. Look forward to our next...More
We have gone to local playhouses all over the country--New Jersey, Massachusetts, Florida, California, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, here in Georgia--as well as Broadway and London, and in our opinion, Blue Ridge Theater is the no. 1 non-profit amateur stage in the nation when it comes...More
Date of experience: September 2018
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Michael L, Manager at Blue Ridge Community Theater, responded to this reviewResponded October 1, 2018
Thank you so much for your feedback. We strive hard to bring quality theater to our stage, with an all-volunteer theater. Thank you for recognizing our effort. Stay tuned as we are ready to announce our 2019 Season and it is packed with a lot...More
The Blue Ridge Community Theater is located about a mile or so from downtown Blueridge at 2591 East First Street (in the area of the local drive-in). This unique small theater doesn’t have a bad seat in the house, which lets you get up close...More
Whether you are visiting or live here, what a great place for an entertaining evening. Dinner and the theater is a great date. If you live here and are looking for new friends and a place to volunteer, this is the place to go! On...More
If you're looking for a very intimate venue in which to experience quality live music, BRCT is the place for you. My wife and I drove down to Blue Ridge from Franklin, NC, spent the weekend (the town itself and its environs make for a...More
A Sunny D Children’s Theater production that is a first — included young adults — School of Rock. Outstanding musicians. From 4 to 74 — all enjoyed. Delightful afternoon for all. Afterward the actors were available to talk and laugh with all.
What a gem for Blue Ridge visitors and residents! The Blue Ridge Community Theater is a delightfully professional operation. The shows are very well done and consistently high quality. The music concerts, which are on off weekends from play productions, are wide ranging in genre....More
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We bought our tickets at the theater before the show. We had no problems getting tickets both times we attended. I do suggest you arrive 30 minutes before the show since they only have one person selling tickets and the... More
We bought our tickets at the theater before the show. We had no problems getting tickets both times we attended. I do suggest you arrive 30 minutes before the show since they only have one person selling tickets and the lobby can be quite busy with people. Also the parking lot fills up quickly before the show, but there is additional parking in the lot next door.