Historic High Country / Blue Ridge

Blue Ridge Community Theater

2591 East First Street
Blue Ridge, GA 30513

706-632-9223
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Blue Ridge Community Theater hosts over 100 performances a year. The new box office hours are Tuesdays - Fridays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Seven Main Stage productions run Thursdays - Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. for three weeks. We also feature Sunny D Children's Theater shows (youth actors); a two-week children's production camp with full productions; and eight Live Music is Better Concerts of singer/songwriters from all over the the Eastern United States.

BRCT's mission is to enrich the cultural life of residents and visitors through performances, productions, and education in all aspects of contemporary and classical theater.

We are open after 5pm on show days. 

Info & Amenities

  • Hours of Operation

    Tuesday: 1:00PM - 5:00PM
    Wednesday: 1:00PM - 5:00PM
    Thursday: 1:00PM - 5:00PM
    Friday: 1:00PM - 5:00PM

    Admission & Fees

    Discounted Season Passes (multiple available) Call or visit website for pricing

    Live Music IS Better Concerts Tickets & Passes Call or visit website for pricing

    Main Stage Adult (tax & ticket fee included) $20.00

    Main Stage Student (tax & ticket fee included) $11.00

    Senior (tax & ticket fee included) $18.00

    Sunny D Children's Theater productions Call or visit website for pricing

    Discounts

    Group Discount

    Facility Amenities

    Concessions, Free Parking, Live Music, Parking on Site

    General Information

    Family-friendly, Handicapped Accessible (Limited) , Open Year 'Round

    Group Amenities

    Group-friendly

    Payment Options

    American Express, Discover, Mastercard, Visa

    Suitable for Ages

    All Ages

Events

  • Wild Guys

    Wild Guys

    09/29/2016 - 10/16/2016

    When four men set off to find an isolated cabin in the forest on a "wildman" weekend, a la Robert Bly, everything that can go wrong does! Andy, a men's movement advocate, and Robin, a crystal-gazing New Ager, coax Stewart, an unsuspecting grocer, and Randall, a skeptical, city lawyer, into reluctantly participating in male-bonding ceremonies and communal hugs. The result? Hockey cheers and Neil Young sing-alongs! 

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  • Live Music is Better Series: Roxie Watson Band

    Live Music is Better Series: Roxie Watson Band

    10/22/2016 - 10/22/2016

    Roxie Watson is a 5-piece string band from Atlanta, GA who play what they like to call alterna-grass music that mixes three- and four-part harmonies with elements of old country, Appalachian, hymns and bluegrass, without adhering to the traditions of any one genre. Lisa Love of Georgia Music Magazine described the band by saying, "When you have a group of women who are natural story-tellers, who sooth their aggressive musical chops with beautiful harmonies, temper their rock-n-roll sensibilit... read more

  • Live Music is Better Series: Joe Gransden

    Live Music is Better Series: Joe Gransden

    11/12/2016 - 11/12/2016

    Joe Gransden has performed worldwide and released eight CDs under his own name. Renowned first for the hard bop approach of his trumpet, Gransden's singing voice has been compared to that of Chet Baker and Frank Sinatra.

    Like many developing jazzmen, Gransden's early influences, which include Kenny Dorham and Miles Davis, were easily recognizable in his playing throughout his formative years. "Emulating the jazz greats is always the very first step," says the historically-rooted Gransd... read more

  • Bench: A Story of Christmas

    Bench: A Story of Christmas

    11/25/2016 - 12/11/2016

    Two men, one older, one younger, sit on a bench during the Christmas shopping season, waiting for their wives. As they get to know each other, Christmas happens around them; the Mall players present a five minute version of "A Christmas Carol," a homeless man tells a bizarre tale, then sings "O Holy Night," A Jewish woman, a greeter at the department store, recites a portion of "A Child's Chanukka in Pittsburgh," and one of the men turns out to be not quite who we think he is. 

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