Blue Ridge Community Theater’s mission is to enrich the cultural life of residents and visitors through performances,productions and education of all aspects of contemporary and classic theater.


Message from the President:

Pat-WebbLet me start with a “thank you” to the sponsors, patrons, and volunteers. You all helped make 2015 a record breaking year in your theater’s history! We had records in donations, restricted gifts, attendance at Main Stage productions, Live Music Is Better concerts, and Sunny D Children’s Camp and productions! With Blue Ridge now named one of the TOP 5 ART TOWNS in Georgia, it is to be expected, right? We are a community that loves the arts!

With all that good news there is the challenge to do even more for 2016. We are so excited to roll out a new season of entertainment for you and our visitors to the area. We have had a big start with the production of Jungle Book, for Sunny D Children’s Theater. There were 37 children involved in the acting, technical aspects, overall production. That is a new record of involvement for children’s theater. We will have seven Main Stage Productions and I hope you have seen the season opener of Southern Fried Funeral; it was a great comedy show. There will be 10 Musical Artists in our Live Music Is Better Concert Series. When you add it all together, that’s 37 weekends and 117 live performance … on your stage … right here in Blue Ridge, Georgia!

Join us in creating a successful 2016! Be a volunteer. Be a patron. Be a financial supporter of the theater. Our doors are open to anyone with an interest in learning new skills or sharing existing ones. As we say, “Come out and play with us”!

Patricia Webb
President & Founder


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Blue Ridge Community Theater has seven productions during the 2016 season. To purchase tickets click on the “Buy Your Tickets” logo to the left. You’ll be glad you did!


  • Love, Loss and What I Wore by Nora and Delia Ephron
  • Southern Fried Funeral by J. Dietz Osborne and Nate Eppler
  • Broadway Bound by Neil Simon
  • Drinking Habits by Tom Smith
  • Play On by Rick Abbot
  • The Last Romance by Joe DiPietro
  • The Wild Guys by Calgarians Andrew Wreggitt and Rebecca Shaw
  • The Christmas Bench by Larry Larson and Eddie Levi Lee