Modified Hours

Due to COVID-19, we have irregular staff hours.
Staff will be present multiple times throughout the week to check and return messages. If your call is not answered please leave a message and they will return your call as soon as they are able.

A Side Splitting Political Satire

The Outsider

September 10 – 27

Thursday – Saturday at 7:30 pm
Sunday at 2:00 pm

Written by Paul Slade Smith
Directed by Sonia Smith

(Rated PG-13)

A late-breaking news flash reveals that the Governor has been caught in a scandalous affair, and thus he has unceremoniously resigned from office. The order of succession is clear, the Lieutenant Governor, Ned Newley, now fills the highest office in the State. There’s just one problem; Ned doesn’t even want to be governor. He’s terrified of public speaking, dreadful on television, and his poll numbers are impressively bad. To his normally ever-supportive Chief of Staff Dave, Ned seems destined to fail. But the renowned political consultant Arthur Vance sees things differently: Ned might just be the worst candidate to ever run for office. Therefore, he’ll never win — unless the public is looking for… the worst candidate to ever run for office. Now Ned and his new staff are in a mad dash to turn this mumbling pencil pusher into a figure of respect and competency. A timely and hilarious comedy that skewers politics and celebrates democracy.

“Funny, timely, and dare we say, entirely possible, The Outsider is a wonderfully crafted, superbly presented show… It is an insightful, witty satire about modern American politics that will appeal to a vast audience.”

-Broadway World

BRCT Benefit Concert: Jazz at Jane's

LIVE MUSIC IS BETTER HOUSE CONCERT
JAZZ AT JANE’S

(Please note that this Event is in Morganton, NOT at the Theater)
(Ticket Directions sent via email 24 Hrs and 2 Hours before the concert)

Limited to 40 tickets, All Tickets Pre-Sold, Masks Required, Temperature Check, Seating Provided with Socially Distancing, No Concessions will be Sold, Venue Opens at 6:30 PM.

Ticket Donations for Jazz at Jane’s are $40 and can be bought Online or by Phone
All Profits benefit Blue Ridge Community Theater



LMIB 2017 Season

FRED JOHNSON

with Michael Ross
September 26 at 7:00 PM

An accomplished writer, vocalist, and percussionist that is internationally known as one of the world’s greatest vocal jazz improvisers and performers. Johnson will be accompanied by Michael Ross (Bassist), a brilliant performer and improviser in his own right.

BRCT Benefit Concert: Night of Kool Jazz

A Night of Kool Jazz at Inola of Blue Ridge

Saturday, October 3 from 5 – 9 PM

With the Kool Breeze Band featuring Jim Richter,
The Jazz Jones Legacy Featuring Melanie Dobbins,
And Quinn Leach

Proceeds Benefiting Blue Ridge Community Theater
Tickets are $50 each and are limited to 130 seats
Come out and show your support!

Come and share an exciting evening of jazz music with headliner, Kool Breeze featuring Jim Richter and local artists, Quinn LeechTom Ladow, and The Jazz Jones Legacy. During these challenging times, we ask that we all pull together and support Live Music in our Community!


This Event is NOT at the theater, but will be held at Inola, 9256 Blue Ridge Drive, Blue Ridge, GA
This is an outdoor Open Air Tent Concert with table seating and will be held rain or shine.
Beverages will be available for purchase.

For the safety of guests and artists, Masks will be Required, and strict Social Distancing will be in effect.

 

An Innovative BRCT Film

Spoon River Anthology

An Innovative BRCT Film

Screenings October 8 – 11

Thursday – Saturday at 7:30 PM, Sundays at 2:00 PM

In celebration of Blue Ridge Community Theater’s 20 years of live theater, we are proud to announce the upcoming screenings of Edgar Lee Master’s Spoon River Anthology. This ambitious project collected 40 actors & actresses across the two decades of our theater’s history, so this film is, at least in part, a dedication to the many talented men and women who worked in tandem to forge BRCT into the exceptional theater that it is today. 

Spoon River Anthology is the story of the fictitious town of Spoon River, IL, and is told exclusively by the specters of it’s deceased citizens. These spirits, finding some solace in sharing the secrets that outlived them, speak of their accomplishments, their regrets, as well as how they met their inevitable end. What is unearthed in the process, however, are the surreptitious small town secrets that many of the denizens of Spoon River would have killed to discover whilst alive, woven together to unveil the less-than-pastoral portrait that they paint of Spoon River and it’s inhabitants.

Sunny D Fall Musical

Harriet’s Halloween Candy

A Fun Halloween Musical!

Adapted by Ann Schulman
Directed by Renee Banzhaf

Show Dates: October 23 – November 1
Friday & Saturday at 7:30PM; Sunday at 2:00PM
Halloween Night at 8:00 PM

Harriet loves Halloween. She loves dressing up, hanging out with her friends, and getting all that delicious candy! What she does not love is having to share with her baby brother, Walter, even when her parents make her. Once back from her trick-or-treating, Harriet must decide which of her treasures she will bestow on her brother. Licorice whips? Marshmallow puffs? Chocolate drops? No! They’re all too good to share. And they’re all hers. To keep her stash safe, Harriet tries hiding it, even taking it to school with her! But when she refuses to share, her obsession has landed her in a sticky mess. But with the help of her mother, Harriet proves that she knows nothing is sweeter than a true friend.