It’s one for the books – TRW has published Yes, Virginia, and JTC’s 2021 live production is included as the Regional Theatre Premiere! In these challenging times, we bet on something new…and we’re proud to say YES, VIRGINIA was a hit:

–We beat our projected attendance numbers

–The play is licensed by Theatrical Rights Worldwide, and other companies have already picked it up

–our streaming production from December 2020 was nominated for multiple BroadwayWorld Raleigh Awards

And best of all, our audiences loved it!

“Friends, if you need a heartwarming laugh, go catch [Yes, Virginia] this weekend! We saw it tonight and it was great!” –Brooke B.
“Absolutely delightful. Lots of the same warmth and humor that I associate with Golden Girls and Gilmore Girls.” –Mark S.
“This show is so cute and funny!” –Julia B.
“Theatre is back! Purchase a ticket and go see this original play by Stan Zimmerman & Christian McLaughlin!!” –Lisa M.
“Loved Yes, Virginia last night!” –Susan D.

Yes, Virginia heartwarming and hilarious holiday comedy from the writers of The Golden Girls and Desperate Housewives, Stan Zimmerman & Christian McLaughlin.

Emmy nominee Mindy Sterling (the Austin Powers trilogy, The Goldbergs) and Arnetia Walker (Popular, Dynasty) and director/co-playwright Stan Zimmerman fully endeared themselves to Sandhills audiences…look on Instagram to see them at Lisi, Carolina Dining Room, Elliot’s and more.

We’re proud to say the first new play JTC helped develop is Yes, Virginia.

ABOUT THE PLAY: Virginia Campbell was a longtime housekeeper and confidant for Denise Miller and her family, helping Denise raise her children during a difficult divorce. But when she shows up for work, Denise is confused. Especially since she thought she had let her go several months ago. When an accident in the kitchen keeps Virginia from being able to walk, Denise offers to care for Virginia for a few days until she has healed. Their roles suddenly reversed, they share memories of their lives and families over the course of an evening. Soon they learn secrets about each other that they had kept from everyone else, and bond in a way that they hadn’t been able to in the past, over their very different, but similar pains.