The comedy murder mystery "Death of a Doornail" returns for one night only at Elk Mountain's Winter Garden Restaurant on Saturday, April 5th.
Written by Lee Mueller, the story centers on eccentric millionaire Albert Doornale, who has invited several guests to his estate.
“The Imagination Factory”- this course is designed to inspire young actors. Preschool drama is about building confidence, language skills, and self-expression. We will explore new places, children’s literature and our emotions. We will become butterflies, bears, frogs, and friends.
Auditions for the Endless Mountains Theatre Company's Fall Performances of "Parlor City Noir", A Nick Holliday P.I. play written by David Schmidt and directed by Bonnie Love-Colwell have been announced.
Two free tickets were raffled off at each of the Music Man performances. The three lucky winners are:
Lesley Stonier - New Milford
Amy Black - Hop Bottom
Vera James - Hop Bottom
Congratulations and thanks to everyone who attended and made The Music Man a great success!
The Endless Mountains Theatre Company was founded in 1999 by Andrea Lang and Alice Deutsch, along with charter members Lee Schroeder, Diane Hurlburt, Bob Whitehead, and Sue and Don Zipin, as a vehicle for bringing quality community theater to Susquehanna County. EMTC is conceived as a group that is of, by, and for the people of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, and surrounding communities.
EMTC's mission includes the following goals:
In the time that EMTC has been in existence, the Company has established itself as a regular source of large-scale theatrical entertainment. The community looks to EMTC each summer for the guaranteed fun of two full-length, high-quality shows, as well as the Ed Lonzinski Middle/High School Theatre Camp. And EMTC's reputation also continues to grow through the additional productions and outreach programs that it brings the community throughout the year. The contributions of EMTC's shows, directors, and players to the enrichment of theatre in our region have been acknowledged in the form of multiple awards from the Northeastern Pennsylvania Theatrical Alliance.
As a community theater, EMTC has grown through and with the participation of an increasing number of community members and local businesses, who have joined in all facets of the theater experience, both on and off the stage. EMTC is made possible by volunteers, coming from all walks of life, who devote their free time to an activity that brings them unsurpassable fun, while giving artistic enrichment to our county. To become a supporting member of EMTC or to volunteer your time and talent, visit or membership page.