WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Our beloved building is in some dire need of repair. We just had OVER 2 FEET of water in the building. We will be replacing carpet, electronics, cabinets, drywall, props, costumes, and so MUCH more. We're asking you to support Rhea County's only community theatre; one with concerts, plays, and youth programs year round. Please find it in your heart to make a tax-deductible donation TODAY! Thank you.
Check out our Tennessee Valley Theatre Events for a more complete list of our upcoming events!
Then click on our Reservations Page to let us know when you're coming.
TVT greatly appreciates the support of the audiences, the organizations, businesses, media, and, of course, the talented people who have helped establish Rhea County’s only community theater.
If you would like to volunteer, please fill out the Volunteer form. Thank you and we look forward to working alongside of you to make TVT even better.
Don't Tell Anybody
by Tim Kelley
Mary Lennox is left an orphan when her mother and father die of cholera in India. When she arrives in England to live with her reclusive uncle, Archilbald Craven, he will have nothing to do with her. Mary finds Misselthwaite Manor dark, gloomy and secretive. Mrs. Medlock, the head housekeeper, is very stern and disapproves of Mary's unattractive attitude. Martha, a teenage housekeeper, tries to befriend the spoiled little girl. Initially unpleasant, sour and demanding, Mary soon discovers a walled and locked secret garden where the flowers and shrubs have not been tended for many years. Come see what Mary, Martha and the rest get up to.
March 9,15&16 @ 7:30 pm March 10 @ 2:00 pm
Wedded one day, Deaded the next?
by Jack Sharkey
Days after their wedding Edgar discovers that Mavis is being unfaithful.
After her first attempt to kill him fails, the cat dies instead. Mavis resorts to shooting him and then returning to her lover. Chaos and complications reign when Edgar's body vanishes.
April 6 & 13 @ 7:30 pm March 7 & 14 @ 2:00 pm