Registrations are now being accepted for EdCamp 2013!
Don't miss your opportunity for middle and high school students (at least 10 years old and in 5th through 12th grade in the 2012-2013 school year) to attend a week-long camp with workshops and clinics led by professional performers and
EMTC won two NEPTA Awards at the 2013 awards ceremony held on April 13th.
“Tales of Dark Imagination III,” written and directed by David Schmidt, won an award for Best Original Production.
In addition, Reese Allen won the “Best Child Actress” award for her role
The NEPTA Nominations are out! EMTC is nominated for the following awards:
Best Supporting Actor (Comedy) - Art Donato, Dean Hutchins, Marty Courtney.
EMTC presents another great audience participation murder mystery dinner theatre event - two great performances at two great locations.
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.