Morgan Sills is Executive Producer of Judson Theatre Company in Pinehurst, NC.  Founded in 2012, JTC is the only professional theatre company in the Sandhills region.  Stars from film, television, and Broadway come to Owens Auditorium to appear in classic shows on the JTC stage.   

WINNER - 2016 North Carolina Theatre Conference (NCTC)

George A. Parides Professional Theatre Award


More info at www.JudsonTheatre.com.

 

2017 SEASON (Season 6)

Agatha Christie is the world’s bestselling author and the most successful female playwright of all time. Her stage adaptation of her biggest selling novel,  AND THEN THERE WERE NONE  (still the bestselling mystery of all time) opens JTC’s sixth season: March 23-26–starring  ALISON ARNGRIM  (Nellie Oleson on  LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE ) as Emily Brent!   AND THEN THERE WERE NONE  is a classic British murder mystery set in the late 1930s that begins with ten guilty strangers being trapped in a mansion on Soldier Island off the coast of Devon. Upon arrival it is discovered that their host, an eccentric millionaire, is missing. A recorded message is played accusing each of them in turn of having gotten away with murder, and one by one the guests begin to die at the hands of a diabolical avenger via means foreshadowed by a nursery rhyme above the mantel telling how each of ten soldier boys met his death…and then there were none. Stranded on the island by a torrential storm and haunted by the ancient nursery rhyme, with only the fallen believed to be innocent, which of them is the killer?

Agatha Christie is the world’s bestselling author and the most successful female playwright of all time. Her stage adaptation of her biggest selling novel, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE (still the bestselling mystery of all time) opens JTC’s sixth season: March 23-26–starring ALISON ARNGRIM (Nellie Oleson on LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE) as Emily Brent!

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE is a classic British murder mystery set in the late 1930s that begins with ten guilty strangers being trapped in a mansion on Soldier Island off the coast of Devon. Upon arrival it is discovered that their host, an eccentric millionaire, is missing. A recorded message is played accusing each of them in turn of having gotten away with murder, and one by one the guests begin to die at the hands of a diabolical avenger via means foreshadowed by a nursery rhyme above the mantel telling how each of ten soldier boys met his death…and then there were none. Stranded on the island by a torrential storm and haunted by the ancient nursery rhyme, with only the fallen believed to be innocent, which of them is the killer?

 

2016 SEASON (SEason 5)


2015 Season

You won’t want to miss Judson Theatre Company’s production of the Pulitzer Prize winning all-time hit,     Harvey.    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. Starring Emmy nominee and TV Land Legend Award winner  Elinor Donahue  ("The Andy Griffith Show", "Father Knows Best", "The Odd Couple").   To purchase tickets to   Harvey   or request additional information, please visit    http://judsontheatre.com/    or call eTix at (800) 514-ETIX (3849). Groups of 10+ email    JudsonTheatre@gmail.com    for group pricing information.

You won’t want to miss Judson Theatre Company’s production of the Pulitzer Prize winning all-time hit, Harvey.  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. Starring Emmy nominee and TV Land Legend Award winner Elinor Donahue ("The Andy Griffith Show", "Father Knows Best", "The Odd Couple").

To purchase tickets to Harvey or request additional information, please visit http://judsontheatre.com/ or call eTix at (800) 514-ETIX (3849). Groups of 10+ email JudsonTheatre@gmail.com for group pricing information.

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    Laughter abounds in Neil Simon’s   Plaza Suite,   a comic collage of three couples occupying a suite at New York’s Plaza Hotel in the swinging 1960s: a suburban couple who are revisiting their honeymoon suite for their anniversary, in an attempt to “rekindle the flame”; a Hollywood producer on the prowl who reunites with his childhood sweetheart (now a suburban housewife); and the parents of a nervous bride who has locked herself in the bathroom with the wedding waiting downstairs. The original Broadway production was hailed as “an avalanche of hilarity”  (Time)  that “set the town laughing”  (New York Times).           The performance schedule for   Plaza Suite   is as follows:    -          Thursday, June 18, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.    -          Friday, June 19, 2015 at 8:00 p.m.    -          Saturday, June 20, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.    -          Sunday, June 21, 2015 at 2:00 p.m.         To purchase tickets to   Plaza Suite   or request additional information, please visit    http://judsontheatre.com/    or call eTix at (800) 514-ETIX (3849). Groups of 10+ email    JudsonTheatre@gmail.com    for group pricing information.

Laughter abounds in Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite, a comic collage of three couples occupying a suite at New York’s Plaza Hotel in the swinging 1960s: a suburban couple who are revisiting their honeymoon suite for their anniversary, in an attempt to “rekindle the flame”; a Hollywood producer on the prowl who reunites with his childhood sweetheart (now a suburban housewife); and the parents of a nervous bride who has locked herself in the bathroom with the wedding waiting downstairs. The original Broadway production was hailed as “an avalanche of hilarity” (Time) that “set the town laughing” (New York Times).

 

The performance schedule for Plaza Suite is as follows:

-        Thursday, June 18, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.

-        Friday, June 19, 2015 at 8:00 p.m.

-        Saturday, June 20, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

-        Sunday, June 21, 2015 at 2:00 p.m.

 

To purchase tickets to Plaza Suite or request additional information, please visit http://judsontheatre.com/ or call eTix at (800) 514-ETIX (3849). Groups of 10+ email JudsonTheatre@gmail.com for group pricing information.


2014 Season

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

adapted by Christopher Sergel
from the novel by Harper Lee

Starring Johnny Whitaker 

directed by Daniel Haley

Teresa Ganzel
STEEL MAGNOLIAS
by Robert Harling

with Sarah Frances Berk, Terri Eoff, Mackenzie Thomas, Joyce Reehling, and Paula Reeder Thompson

directed by Daniel Haley

Steel Magnolias is the hilarious and heartwarming story of six forever friends, told from their home away from home: Truvy’s Beauty Spot, a Louisiana beauty parlor. The play was originally produced off-Broadway in 1987 and revived on Broadway in 2005. It was adapted into an all-star film in 1989 and re-made for television in 2012. The production stars Teresa Ganzel (The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson, The Toy), Terri Eoff (Emerald Cove, The All New Mickey Mouse Club, Search for Tomorrow), Mackenzie Thomas (Mamma Mia! – Broadway), Joyce Reehling (Fifth of July, Prelude to a Kiss – Broadway), Sarah Frances Berk, and Paula Reeder Thompson.  


2013 Season

Mindy Cohn
BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE
by John Van Druten

with Amy Halldin, Adam Halpin,
Billy Marshall Jr., and John Chappell

directed by Daniel Haley

November 7-10, 2013

Emmy Award-nominated Mindy Cohn of The Facts of Life, also the voice of Velma in the Scooby Doo franchise, stars in the production. Bell, Book and Candle tells the story of Gillian, a gorgeous “good” witch living in New York City in the 1950s, practicing magic with her Aunt Queenie (Cohn) and brother Nicky. Smitten with her handsome neighbor that lives upstairs, Gillian casts a spell and he’s immediately captivated; will she be undone by her own mischief or will true love transpire? 

Michael Learned
DRIVING MISS DAISY
by Alfred Uhry

with Lance E. Nichols
and Michael Edward Hodge

directed by Daniel Haley

March 21-24, 2013

“As you might expect, it’s a daisy. Buy a ticket and see this show. You’ll laugh, you’ll tear up, and you’ll feel like you’ve known these characters all your life. Something happens with live theater that never happens watching a big screen whether at the movies or at home. You change. Following an evening with a great play, you’re never the same person when you leave. Somehow live theater changes the air, as it has for thousands of years. Don’t miss it.” –John Chappell, The Pilot (Pinehurst, NC)


2012 Season

Jamie Farr
TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE 
by Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom
based on the book by Mitch Albom

with Rejean Cournoyer

directed by Ron Ulrich

January 26-29, 2012

Television icon Jamie Farr (“M*A*S*H”) and acclaimed Canadian actor Réjean Cournoyer bring this funny and touching stage adaptation of Mitch Albom’s bestselling book to life. TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE tells the true story of Mitch, whose chance reunion with former college professor Morrie leads to a weekly master class in the meaning of life.

“This is a terrific show—it is a breathtaking full-out professional evening in the theatre—the kind of evening that changes the air itself, as only theatre can. See it. You won’t forget it. To see Farr in Tuesdays with Morrie is to see that rare event in the theatre: an artist of stature at the top of his power, live onstage.” – John Chappell, The Pilot (Pinehurst, NC)

Tab Hunter and Joyce DeWitt
LOVE LETTERS
by A.R. Gurney 

directed by Daniel Haley

January 19-22, 2012

Screen legend Tab Hunter (Damn Yankees) teams with television favorite Joyce DeWitt (Three’s Company) in A.R. Gurney’s heartwarming and hilarious play. Pulitzer Prize finalist LOVE LETTERS charts the 50 year romance between Andrew and Melissa through the cards, notes, and letters they wrote to share their desires, disappointments, and dreams.

“No production of Love Letters could have been more elegant, more delightful, more enthralling than this one. Hunter and DeWitt are so well-matched, so balanced in that intricate dance of timing and subtlety you see when wonderful actors are at work. Anybody who likes a good show, one with something to it, played with such deceptive grace and such real heart, is guaranteed a great time, a fine evening. GO!” –John Chappell, The Pilot (Pinehurst, NC)