Theatre Charlotte returns home for 95th season following devastating fire

CHARLOTTE — It’s showtime again at Theatre Charlotte.

After a devastating fire in December 2020, Theatre Charlotte took its shows on the road, visiting venues around the city. Now, the volunteer-based theatre company is back home at 501 Queens Road for its grand reopening with performances of “Something Rotten!”

The show features a cast of 25 local actors and runs from Jan. 20 – Feb. 5. Tickets cost $32 for adults, $28 for seniors 62 and older, and $15 for students.

This season is the community organization’s 95th, having produced a season of theatre every year since 1927. Other productions in this season’s lineup include Stephen King’s “Misery,” the musical “Pippin,” a drama by Dominique Morisseau “Detroit ‘67,” and Steve Martin’s “Picasso at the Lapin Agile,” a partnership with the Mint Museum.

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