HUGE feature in The Pilot on AND THEN THERE WERE NONE

The folks at The Pilot must be Agatha Christie fans–there’s an amazing feature on And Then There Were None in Sunday’s paper! Check it out online here:

See how beautiful it looks when you pick up the print edition:

All Things Moore County – WEEB; Country Bookshop signing, and other happenings!

Alison Arngrim and Larry Daggett guested on Bill Sahadi’s All Things Moore County.  One of the best interviews we’ve ever done! They talk all things theatre and And Then There Were None and Little House on the Prairie.

It airs Saturday on WEEB or listen to the podcast here:

Judson Theatre Company – Agatha Christie’s, And Then There Were None, starring Alison Arngrim.


And, if you missed our in-store event at The Country Bookshop, you missed a good one! Cast members Alison Arngrim, Larry Daggett, Quinn Warren, and Michael Maloney read scenes from And Then There Were None, Alison read from Confessions of a Prairie Bitch, and there was lots of applause and laughter and fun! Thanks to our friends at the Bookshop for making it perfect–and remember, you can still go to the store and buy both books and tickets to the show.

Fall show is Neil Simon’s riotous comedy smash THE SUNSHINE BOYS

If you love to laugh, don’t miss JTC’s riotous production of Neil Simon’s comedy classic THE SUNSHINE BOYS! Al and Willie as “Lewis and Clark” were top-billed vaudevillians for decades…but now they aren’t even speaking! When CBS requests they reunite for a “History of Comedy” television special, the sparks and one-liners start to fly with equal speed. But can Lewis and Clark put aside their differences long enough to collect one last paycheck?


The Sunshine Boys performs October 19-22 at Owens Auditorium.

The start date of the Owens Auditorium renovation has been set–and it means we’ll be able to perform both of our shows in our home theatre in 2017 after all! We’ll be saving the previously announced Love, Loss and What I Wore to be one of our 2018 productions when we have to be off-site during the Owens Auditorium renovation.


WOW! Alison Arngrim OutreachNC interview

Dynamite interview (with a great photo) in March’s OutreachNC Magazine. Pick up a copy today or read it here:











Photo credit: Gor Megaera

Super fun interview with Alison about AND THEN THERE WERE NONE, LITTLE HOUSE, and more!

“When I looked up Judson Theatre Company I saw that practically everyone I know has been there to do a show, I thought I’d better go.”

We love her already! Click on BUY TICKETS here on to get tickets to the show, March 23-26 only at Owens Auditorium.

Read more of the interview here:



Sunday’s THE PILOT loves Alison Arngrim!

Read about the LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE star coming to the Sandhills for AND THEN THERE WERE NONE:


Local Auditions for Agatha Christie’s AND THEN THERE WERE NONE

Judson Theatre Company will be holding auditions in Pinehurst, by appointment only, on Friday, February 10 for three roles in Agatha Christie’s AND THEN THERE WERE NONE. Non-union local actors with professional experience should send headshots and resumes no later than Wednesday, February 8 at noon to Please indicate the role you’re interested in on your submission. Stipend paid for all roles. Rehearses March 9-22, performs March 23-26. Actors report to first rehearsal off-book. Rehearsals are afternoon and evening during the week, and morning and afternoon on weekends. These auditions are for local hire only: housing and transportation are not provided.
Available roles include:
FRED NARRACOTT (late 20s-mid-30s) The hearty, weather-worn boatman with a gruff demeanor who delivers supplies and guests to the island. English or Irish accent.
GENERAL MacKENZIE (60s) The eldest guest on Soldier Island is an upright, soldierly, retired World War I general with a tired, gentle face. He is proud, proper, and very set in his ways and often appears to be lost. He forms a touching attachment to Vera. Surprisingly sentimental, he is also guilt-ridden, almost welcoming death as he loses grip on reality. He is accused of sending his wife’s lover into battle so that he would be killed. English accent.
EDWARD ARMSTRONG (late 30s-late 40s) Middle-aged, good-looking, and popular with the London upper class, Armstrong is a surgeon accused of having killed a patient when he performed an operation on her while intoxicated. Gullible, fussy, and slightly timid, Armstrong often draws the suspicion of the other guests because of his medical knowledge. A recovering alcoholic, he has come to Soldier Island to escape the stress of his occupation. English accent.
Sides and audition time/location will be sent with appointment confirmation. Please bring a hard copy photo and resume to auditions. Please prepare to read sides with appropriate accent.
All roles other than those listed have been cast. Please do not submit for any roles other than those listed above. Now in our 6th year, Judson Theatre Company is Moore County’s only professional theatre. Recipient of the 2016 NCTC George A. Parides Professional Theatre Award.