A Theater Without Limits
The Mill Race Theatrical Company is a non-profit immersive theater venue and maker space in the heart of Mt. Holly's art district.
Staffed by a multi-generational and multicultural ensemble interested in bringing new ideas to the world of live performance, TMRTCo specializes in original works that blur the line between storytelling and once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Our first show, The Poe Project, was set during the Halloween season and was based on the strange life and times of famed American author, Edgar Allan Poe. Our December production is a multi-cultural holiday cabaret named The Holiday Thingy, which celebrates the season with light-hearted musical performances, comedy, and storytelling. In Spring, we'll perform an original "play-within-a-play" named Lady Dunsworth's Dilemma. It highlights the humor and drama tying a small group of actors together while attempting to perform a Victorian Drawing room comedy. In the summer, we are producing Theater of Fear, an immersive horror-show reviving the days of Paris' Grand-Guignol and The Witches' Summoning, an immersive mix of magic, music, and Halloween. These shows are planned to launch as soon as they've reached perfection.
By blending a mix of modern practical effects and cutting edge projection technology, The Mill Race Theatrical Company creates feature-length productions that place you right in the middle of the experience. Keep an eye on our calendar for exact dates and details.
Education and Classes
At Mill Race Theatrical Company, we believe that education and collaboration keeps us on the cutting edge of theater. To bring the best experience to our audiences, we host weekly classes in acting, special effects, stagecraft, script-writing, theater management, and more. Our teachers come from all walks of life, from performers to historians to Emmy award winning technologists.
If you want to be a part of something a little different where you can learn new skills in a supportive and fun environment, we welcome new members.
Our commitment to Mount Holly
Theater events generate an additional $24.60 in revenue per ticket-holder for local businesses. We always encourage our patrons to come early to Mount Holly so they can shop and dine before the show. At the end of each show, we remind the audience to stop in town for a night cap or dessert before they leave. Beyond that, we provide free access to trade skills, technology classes, and mentorships for residents. We are working hard to be the rising tide that lifts our community, all we need is your help to make that happen.
Please consider donating to our cause. We are a registered 501c3 non-profit (EIN: 46-3445261) vetted by The United Way, The Nation of Makers, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Donations made to the Mill Race Theatrical Company are tax deductible.