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Theatre Centre Presents Broadway Musical “Hello, Dolly!” July 13-August 5

Hello, fun! That’s what the Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s season-ending production of the Broadway blockbuster musical “Hello, Dolly!” promises to be when it hits the stage on Friday, July 13. The musical comedy, which boasts some of the greatest songs in musical theatre history, continues its run through Sunday, August 5. “Hello, Dolly!”, which first opened […]

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Theatre Centre Seeks Master Carpenter

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre seeks a Master Carpenter to start by July 1. Will report to Technical Director. Build and install 7 shows plus assist on 4 Youth Theatre productions. Must have working knowledge of scenery construction methods, basic rigging experience, and shop safety practices. Welding a plus. Ideal for recent graduate. Must be a […]

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Theatre Centre Seeks Scenic Painter/Properties Master

The CHATTANOOGA THEATRE CENTRE seeks a Scenic Painter/Properties Master-Mistress to start by September 1. Paint/prop 7 shows plus assist on 4 Youth Theatre productions. Must be a self-motivated team player and good collaborator. Possibility to design. Additional lighting or sound experience a plus. Full time, 40 hrs/wk plus health and benefits. Salary low 30’s. Email […]

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“Boeing Boeing” Touches Down at Theatre Centre June 8-24

A riotous farce that enjoyed hit revivals in London and New York, “Boeing Boeing” is touching down in Chattanooga as the groovy 1960’s comedy opens at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre on Friday, June 8, and runs through Sunday, June 24. A 1960’s farce by French playwright Marc Camoletti translated for English-speaking audiences by Beverly Cross […]

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Theatre Centre Announces Creative Teams for 2018-2019 Season

The line-up of shows in the Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s 2018-2019 season will be led by a new and diverse group of guest artists as well as some of Chattanooga’s finest theatre professionals. Guest directors lending their talents next season include Jorge Acosta, a stage artist in New York City, who will be directing AVENUE Q. Disney’s NEWSIES will be directed […]

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Theatre Centre Welcomes 2 New Members to Board of Directors

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre has appointed two new members to its board of directors, each of whom brings valuable professional and personal skills to the non-profit organization’s governing board. Newly elected to the board are Angela Griffin, a capital administrator of Tennessee American Water, and Darian Scott, Community Outreach Coordinator for the Chattanooga Area Chamber […]

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Theatre Centre Hosts “Dogs & Kids Do the Catwalk” on May 11

The Theatre Centre will host a new event, DOGS & KIDS DO THE CATWALK, on Friday, May 11. This fun, furry and fashion-centered event is a joint fundraiser for our Youth Theatre and McKamey Animal Center. Local models wearing fashions from local shops will walk the runway with dogs for adoption from McKamey. The talented […]

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Theatre Centre Seeks Guest Set & Lighting Designers

The CHATTANOOGA THEATRE CENTRE, one of the largest community theatres in the country, seeks Guest Set Designers for our 18-19 season. The ideal candidate will have practical experience designing theatre in a professional setting and will be expected to provide renderings, or a model, all necessary drafting, and be available for tech. Preference given to […]

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Theatre Lover? Apply to Be a CTC Guest Blogger!

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is looking for enthusiastic people who love theater and want to share their passion over social media. If you think this might be you, apply to become one of our five Guest Bloggers. This exclusive group will get two free tickets to a performance on opening weekend (Friday, Saturday or Sunday) […]

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Theatre Centre Seeks Stage Managers for 2018-2019 Season

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is seeking Stage Managers for the 2018-2019 season. Must be very organized, fill out clear rehearsal and performance reports, able to run a light or sound board (“go button”), and take clear and concise notes in a promptbook. Needed from first day of rehearsal until closing performance. THE FOREIGNER Directed by […]

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