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Tehachapi Community Theatre is back

Tehachapi Community Theatre Spotlight

The Tehachapi Community Theatre returns to live-audience theatrical presentations at the famed BeeKay Theater.

"Thanks to the hard work of our loyal membership, and some generous contributions, TCT will again stage live theatre for our Tehachapi audience," said TCT President Leslie Reynolds.

We're extremely grateful for the dedicated patrons who kept us afloat during hard times. At the May membership meeting, Jeanette Roye and Jan Alford donated $500 from the Bear Valley Springs Cultural Arts Association. John and Judy Rombouts presented a check for $1,000 from the IPT Foundation, and John also declared a much appreciated temporary rent reduction for TCT's offices on J Street.

The season will start with "Nunsense," a comedy directed by Doug Jockinsen, which was on the boards last March when COVID-19 restrictions were imposed. The holiday show will be "A Texas Doublewide Christmas," a hilarious, feel-good production to kick off a new year. In addition to the stage productions, the TCT Roadshow project will take the theatre outside with theatrical sketches during Farmers Market Thursdays.

"This is another way that the theatre can express our thanks to our supporters," said Johnna Palmer, of the production committee.

Membership in the theatre is open to everyone. The next general meeting will take place on June 8 at 6:30 p.m. inside the BeeKay Theater, 110 S. Green Street in downtown Tehachapi. Come on down, get involved and volunteer to be an actor, costumer, stage manager or whatever suits your ambition.

We're open for business again!