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Welcome to the Internet home of Pickerington Community Theatre. We’re happy you found us — an engaging, friendly community resource dedicated to bringing great theatre to Central Ohio. We offer four mainstage productions a year, an annual variety show, traveling comedy troupe, and much more. Whether you’re looking to take in a show, perform in one, or help us make it all happen, we’ve got a place for you.

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Pickerington Community Theatre — Theatre. Family. Fun.

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Board Members Sought:

We’re looking for a few good men and women to help us continue to bring outstanding live theatre to Central Ohio. Pickerington Community Theatre will hold its annual membership meeting August 6, 2016 during our picnic at Sycamore Park (see below). Four seats on the board of directors will be elected.

We need hardworking people interested in managing the business of the theatre. PCT has a working board, so be prepared to roll up your sleeves and put in some time if you volunteer.

Individuals interested in running for the board must be at least 18 years old and a member in good standing of the theatre. Please send an email to info@pickeringtoncommunitytheatre.org declaring your candidacy by August 1, 2016.

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Don’t miss our annual picnic!

Bring the family out for fun and socializing as PCT hosts its annual picnic. In addition to food and good times, we’ll elect directors to the board and announce our 2017 season! Click here to learn more!

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Auditions!

Auditions for PCT’s production of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap will be August 19 and 20, with callbacks the 21st, at Prince of Peace Presbyterian Church, 895 Old Diley Road, Pickerington.

Parts are available for five men and three women. Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. No preparation is necessary. Character roles and audition forms will be available soon. Watch this space.

The Mousetrap is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French and is under the direction of John Phythyon, with assistance from Coreen Janetzke and set design by Andy Weibel.