VIDEO: Alison Arngrim on Spectrum News 14…and a special message

Watch Alison’s fun TV interview with Caroline Blair of Spectrum News!

Click here to watch

And here’s a special and hilarious personal message from Alison:


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.

Announcing our 2015 Season!

Judson Theatre Company is proud to announce our 2015 Season! Our fourth season opens with Neil Simon’s comedy smash Plaza Suite, starring Eve Plumb (best known as “Jan” on The Brady Bunch). Laughter abounds in this portrait of three couples in the swinging 1960s occupying a suite at New York’s Plaza Hotel: a suburban couple who are revisiting their honeymoon suite in an attempt to rekindle the romance in their relationship; a much-married Hollywood producer who reunites with his childhood sweetheart, now a suburban housewife, who has idolized him from afar over the years; and the parents of a nervous bride who’s locked herself in the bathroom with the wedding waiting downstairs. Time magazine declared the original Broadway production “An avalanche of hilarity!” and indeed, Plaza Suite is a clever comic meditation upon the effects of time upon love. Show dates: June 18-21. BUY TICKETS

In the fall, the laughter continues with the beloved Pulitzer Prize winning hit Harvey by Mary Chase. It’s the story of Elwood P. Dowd–one of the modern theatre’s most beloved characters. Charming and kind, Elwood has one quirk: an unwavering friendship with a 6’3 1/2″ invisible rabbit named Harvey! It’s a classic comic fantasy about losing your mind–and finding your real (and imaginary) true friends. Show dates: September 24-27.

For the first time, you can SUBSCRIBE! By popular demand, Judson Theatre Company is proud to introduce Season Subscriptions this year. Subscribers save over the single ticket price and pay no ticketing fees.  All performances take place at Owens Auditorium at Sandhills Community College (3395 Airport Road, Pinehurst, NC 28374).  Judson Theatre Company is the Professional Theatre Company in Residence at Sandhills Community College. For tickets and information visit

JTC mourns the passing of John Chappell

Judson Theatre Company mourns the passing of John Chappell. In November 2013, John was a memorable Sidney Redlitch in our production of Bell, Book and Candle.  He was a passionate supporter of JTC and wrote glowing reviews of our early productions.

John had a long and distinguished professional acting career in film, television, and theatre. He was a great guy and a true friend—his talent and his presence will be missed.

Click to read: The Pilot obituary

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Asheboro COURIER-TRIBUNE and Dunn’s DAILY RECORD dig “To Kill a Mockingbird”

So grateful to our friends at the Asheboro Courier-Tribune for the ink on To Kill a Mockingbird:

And we’re FRONT PAGE NEWS, above the fold, at Dunn’s The Daily Record!!! See this great story on Mockingbird cast member Carter Godwin in this weekend’s paper:  “Local Fifth-Grader Takes the Stage.”

Daily Record

National press: PLAYBILL.COM and BROADWAY WORLD features on STEEL MAGNOLIAS! and published stories about the beginning of rehearsal for STEEL MAGNOLIAS!


Broadway World:

BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE’s John Van Druten in The New York Times

And now, a non-MAGNOLIAS post:

The playwright of last fall’s Judson Theatre Company show (BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE by John Van Druten) is currently enjoying a national rediscovery after years of relative neglect. See the linked NEW YORK TIMES article for details.

At Judson Theatre Company, first and foremost, we want you to have a great night out at the theatre! We strive to stay ahead of the curve and present beloved shows in new, innovative, and respectful ways.

We work to bring to you, our dedicated audience, a little bit of Broadway in the Sandhills, and make JTC a visible and valuable part of the national theatre picture.

Mindy Cohn, Billy Marshall Jr., and Amy Halldin in Judson Theatre Company's production of "Bell, Book and Candle" by John Van Druten

Mindy Cohn, Billy Marshall Jr., and Amy Halldin in Judson Theatre Company’s production of “Bell, Book and Candle” by John Van Druten

Link to New York Times article on John Van Druten