What is the Alamance Repertory Theatre Company

ARTC … bringing quality entertainment to Alamance, Guilford, & Forsyth counties


The Alamance Repertory Theatre Company was created in 2017 by Walter Boyd and Gill Thornton.  Originally, it was a learning opportunity for Gill to learn how to direct, produce, write, and perform in quality theatre productions for her home school education.  ARTC did that and much more.  In the past year and a half, we have grown into a respected theatre company that strives to bring current plays to our audiences. We dare to touch on social issues that other companies shy from. We are a theatre company for the young at heart, run by the young…and not so young.

Alamance, loosely, means “all mankind.”  The goal of ARTC is to bring theatre to all people in multiple areas. We perform in Alamance, Guilford, and Forsyth counties. We are looking forward to branching out to other locations in the near future. As long as we can get there, we are willing to take theatre to those that want it. 


Black Box Theatre coming to Winston-Salem in the Downtown Arts District

The Alamance Repertory Theatre will be opening ARTC Theatre in Winston-Salem, NC, this September. The location of the theatre is 612 N Trade Street, in the middle of the Downtown Arts District.  The theatre will present a show a month for 3 months. After this introduction to downtown theatre, ARTC will produce plays on a quarterly basis.

In addition to the ARTC Theatre, the location will house the McNeely Gallery, a division of Studio 7. Studio 7 will remain at its 204 W 6th Street location, and the gallery will return to that location in December 2018.

Another addition to 612 N Trade Street will be Just Desserts.  Locally prepared desserts will be available for sale Wednesday – Sunday. Just Desserts will serve gluten free and vegan desserts, as well as more traditional fare.  Coffee, tea, water, and sodas will be for sale. At the end of the 3 months, Just Desserts will serve desserts only during the quarterly theatre performances.

ARTC is excited to offer this new venue to the people of Winston-Salem and the surrounding areas. Look for our official opening on September 7, 2018, in conjunction with the 20th Anniversary of the DADA 1st Friday Gallery Hop.



October 19-21, 2018

ARTC Theatre

110 W. 7th Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Reserve tickets by calling 336-408-9739

We are currently working on online tickets.

Directed by Gillian Thornton

AUDITIONS Sept 17 & 18

7:30-9:00 pm

612 N. Trade Street, Winston Salem, NC

Roles for 11 + extras

Meg– 18-30 – group’s lead actor, gentle, smart, energetic

Brian- 18-30 – comic, agitates when not thinking about sex

Justine– 18-30 – melodramatic, high strung

Chris– 18-30 – group’s leader, straight-man

Wendell- 18-30 – teckie, serious, skeptical

Sam- adult m/f – Voice of Community Center

Reuben Jones– 30+ – janitor with an attitude

Tim and Tom– teens

Mrs. Grobowski– 40-60ish – town busybody

Cassie Jones– 8-12 – sweet little girl, sees ghosts

Extras – to set up haunted house and patrons of the haunted house

Call 336-413-6262 or 336-408-9739 for more information.




November 28 – December 2

Paramount Theater

128 E Front St, Burlington, NC  27215

Reserve tickets by calling 800-514-3849

or visit etix.com

Directed by Blake Moran

AUDITIONS October 8 and 9

(callbacks Oct 10 , if needed)

6:00 pm

ARTC Theatre

110 W 7th St, Winston Salem, NC 27101

Roles for 2 females and 2 males (18+)

Come prepared to sing a selection of your choice (16 to 32 bars). Bring sheet music. An accompanist   will be provided.

Video auditions accepted. Send to blakemoranmusic@gmail.com

All rehearsals in Winston Salem Monday thru Thursday from 7-10 pm. Performance in Burlington.


Coming to Winston Salem in November


Directed by Mike Burke

Show dates: November 16-18

Audition information coming soon.