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Call for Auditions for the Musical ‘1776’ – April 17 & 18 (callbacks on April 25)

Wouldn’t it be fun to portray Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams or another of our founding fathers? Here’s your chance! Pickerington Community Theatre is pleased to announce auditions for the musical ‘1776’. Auditions will be held Friday, April 17th from 6:30pm to 9:30pm, Saturday, April 18th from 3pm to 7pm, and callbacks for leads on Saturday, April 25th from 3pm to 6pm. Show dates are July 10, 11, 12, 17, 18 & 19. CLICK HERE for a list of character descriptions. CLICK HERE for detailed information about the auditions. CLICK HERE for an audition form which you can print out and complete prior to auditions. Hope to see you there!


Pickerington Community Theatre proudly presents


PCT is excited to bring you the classic musical OLIVER!

Production Dates:

Friday, May 1, 2015 at 8:00 pm

Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 8:00 pm

Sunday, May 3, 2015 at 2:00 pm

Friday, May 8, 2015 at 8:00 pm

Saturday, May 9, 2015 at 8:00 pm

Sunday, May 10, 2015 at 2:00 pm

Tickets are available now! Call our Box Office at 614-508-0036 or go to our Tickets Page to purchase tickets online easily and securely (with no transaction fees).

Production Staff:

Directors: Todd Decker & Andrew Weibel
Assistant Director: Brent Small
Choreography: Jenny Small
Musical Director: Martha Tepper

Questions regarding volunteering for the production crew may be directed to PCT President Chris Gallaugher at info@pickeringtoncommunitytheatre.org.


NEW!  Support PCT with Kroger Rewards

You can support Pickerington Community Theatre just by shopping at Kroger. All you have to do is CLICK HERE and follow the instructions to register your Kroger Plus card, and Kroger will give community reward proceeds to PCT. It’s easy, and your everyday grocery purchases will go to help your hometown community theatre.  Thanks for your support!


OLIVER! Cast to appear at Barnes & Noble Book Fair Fundraiser – Saturday, April 18

The cast of Pickerington Community Theatre ‘s PCT Presents: Oliver! will be at the Pickerington Barnes & Noble throughout the day on Saturday April 18 as part of a Book Fair Fundraiser for the theatre.

Members of the PCT Presents: Oliver! cast will sing a selection of songs from the show at 1:00p.m.

Make sure to pick-up a voucher from our information table, or CLICK HERE to get it online. When you are ready to check out, simply had this voucher to the cashier and a portion of your purchase will be donated to PCT. There is no additional cost to you. You can get some great spring reading, music, or movies and support PCT at the same time.

The vouchers are can be used multiple times, both in-store and online. Vouchers are good through April 22.

“The Book Fair Fundraiser is our second biggest fundraiser each year,” said PCT Vice President Adam Schroeder, “This is really a great way to pick-up some great reading, games, movies, or music and support the theatre in the process.”


PCT’s 2015 Season

Spring 2015: Oliver! – Directed by Todd Decker and Andrew Weibel
Summer 2015: 1776 – Directed by Adam Schroeder
Fall 2015: Witness for the Prosecution – Directed by Coreen Janetzke
December 2015: The Little Princess

PCT is currently seeking a director for The Little Princess. If you are interested in being considered to direct this production, please email your contact information and resume to info@pickeringtoncommunitytheatre.org.


We welcome donations – please click on the DONATE button on the RIGHT of your screen to make a personal donation to PCT.


2015 Advertising and Patron Opportunities

Pickerington Community Theatre is now accepting advertising and patron support for our 2015 season. Sign up by April 7 to appear in all of this season’s programs.

Click HERE to see all of our advertising and patron support opportunities.


Mission Statement

To preserve, promote, and perform all types of living theater in the community. To welcome and encourage all those who wish to participate, help, and express themselves through the theater, both on and off stage.

This will be achieved through the encouragement of intergenerational participation.