For release on November 29, 2022 Press Release Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (888) 394-3282 ext. 2 ———————————————- Get your tickets now for the first Flashback Theater Co. production at The Virginia. Miracle on 34th Street, Adapted by Mountain Community Theater from the novel by Valentine Davies and based upon the Twentieth Century Fox motion picture. The production […]
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A Return to Familiarity and Holiday Chee...
A return to the familiar is just what the doctor ordered. Audiences are sure to remember Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!) from the 2016 presentation with cast members Jade Ellis, Sarah Wood, and Bailey Patterson, Junior Ensemble Members Alex George and Noble Cunningham. But the new cast is sure to rock your […]
The Lady’s Not For Burning Cast Sparks
Flashback Theater Co. (FbTC) will continue their summer 2021 season of productions with The Lady’s Not for Burning by Christopher Fry, brought to you by Kinetic by Windstream. The show will run weekends July 22 – July 31, 2021 at the Joe Ford Amphitheater in Rocky Hollow Park. As the production will take place at […]
Flashback Theater’s The Dollmaker tells
Flashback Theater Co. (FbTC) will open their summer 2021 season of productions with Harriette Simpson Arnow’s The Dollmaker, adapted by Betty Peterson, this June 17- 20, 2021 at the Joe Ford Amphitheater in Rocky Hollow Park. As the production will take place at an outdoor venue, Flashback encourages the audience to bring their own seating. […]
Flashback Theater Co. Embraces the Outdo...
Flashback Theater Co. (FbTC) brings performances back with the annual Season Announcement Cabaret, to be held outdoors at Jarfly Brewing Co. and feature performances by local thespian artists. At the event, Sommer Schoch, the Producing Artistic Director, will announce FbTC’s next season of shows and update audiences on the current season’s move to outdoor, summer […]
Audition for the 2020-21 Digital Season
The 2020-21 season at Flashback Theater Co. (FbTC) will involve several digital projects, including opportunities to engage in storytelling through online short plays and radio dramas. The digital season will allow actors to remain separate from audiences but maintain our mission of a passionate pursuit of theater going strong throughout the time of COVID. Local […]