About Us

Our Mission

The mission of the Community Theatre of Clay County is to enrich the cultural life of our community by providing high-quality theatre experiences that engage, inspire, and entertain audiences of all ages. We strive to foster a love for theatre through education and outreach programs, and to promote a sense of community spirit by working together to bring the performing arts to Clay County and beyond.


The Community Theatre of Clay County was established in 1983 as a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality theatrical performances in Clay County, Indiana. The group began as a small group of dedicated actors and volunteers who shared a love of theatre and a desire to bring live performances to their community.

Over the years, the organization has grown in both size and reputation, performing a wide variety of plays and musicals for audiences of all ages. The theatre has also expanded its outreach efforts, providing theatre education programs for local youth and community members.

As the Community Theatre of Clay County celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2023, it remains committed to its founding mission of providing accessible, high-quality theatre experiences to the people of Clay County and beyond. The group continues to rely on the dedication and hard work of its many volunteers, who have helped make the organization a vital part of the local arts community.

The Board of Directors

Matt Tribble


Alyssa Papinchock Lovett


Michelle McCrea


Amy Cleveland


Carl McKinney

Production Committee

Lee Reberger

Artistic Direction Chair

Tammy Emmert

Tammy Emmert

Finance and Grant Writing Committee

Sandy Gibbens

Marketing and Community Engagement Committee

Elaine Clarke

Finance and Grant Writing Committee

Bryan Schroeder

Production Committee Chair

Valerie Clark

Valerie Clark

Summer Workshop Committee Chair

Amanda Loughmiller

Amanda Loughmiller

Production Committee


Most frequent questions and answers

We typically serve roast beef, mashed potatoes, a vegetable, a roll, and dessert. Coffee, tea, and water are included. Soda is available for purchase. We are currently catered by Jack’s Fine Foods.

During the matinée concessions are available for purchase.

Doors open at 5:45 and dinner is served at 6:30.

During matinées doors open open at 2:00 and the show begins at 3:00.

You have three options!

1. Go to the tickets tab on this website.

2. Go to ctcc.ludus.com

3. Call 856-843-5275.

It’s up to you! We have audience members who enjoy our live entertainment in anything from jeans and t-shirts to formal dresses and suits!

Reservations are required for our dinner theatre performances. Audience members can, but do not have to make a reservation for the matinée performances.

We are required to turn in food numbers to our caterer the Sunday before the show opens. You must have your reservation in by then to be guaranteed a meal at the dinner theatre performances.