Signal Mountain Playhouse

find-us-on-facebookThe Signal Mountain Playhouse is located at the corner of James Boulevard and Rolling Way.

The Playhouse offers a summer production that runs weekends during July and a winter performance at the Mountain Arts Community Center.  Tickets are available at the box office, which opens at 6:45 p.m. The Playhouse requests payment through cash or checks. 

“Hallelujah Girls” Press Release
Signal Mountain Playhouse
            The Signal Mountain Playhouse presents the Southern comedy, “Hallelujah Girls,” by Jones, Hope, and Wooten, February 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, and 24 with curtain at 8 pm.  The place is the Mountain Arts Community Center (MACC) at 809 Kentucky Avenue.  Tickets are $15 and are on sale at the door -- cash or checks only please.  Box office opens at 6:45 pm along with complimentary dessert and coffee service. For more information, go to; the Playhouse page on Facebook;; or call (423) 763-7219.

For more information on upcoming performances, call the Playhouse at 423-763-7219, email, or visit their website at

The Signal Mountain Playhouse was established in 1972 to provide the youth in the community with a summer activity. The July production is now a full-scale musical involving adults, teenagers, and children ages seven and up. Performances take place in a natural outdoor amphitheater behind the Town Complex at the corner of James Boulevard and Rolling Way. Over the years, seating, a band shell, lighting, sound equipment and storage buildings have been added to support the productions. Summer presentations have included plays such as “Oklahoma,” “South Pacific,” “Annie Get Your Gun,” “Peter Pan,” “The Wizard of Oz,” and “Oliver.”

(Children's Ensemble)


In 1980, the playhouse elected to present a winter production as well. This performance takes place in February in the auditorium of the MACC. This production has an adult cast and is oriented for adult audiences. Winter presentations have included “Sweet and Hot! The Songs of Harold Arlen,” “Don’t Dress for Dinner,” “The Odd Couple,” “Harvey,” and “Daddy’s Dyin’, Who’s Got the Will?”