The Blue Moon Theatre COMPANY

Live Theatre, Special Events, Private Functions, Acting Classes, and More!...Right in the heart of Downtown Johnson City!

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ELVIS Has Left The Building - Closes Saturday, September 22nd!


V. Cate, and Duke Ernsberger


It’s December 20th, 1970, and Elvis Presley has disappeared. No one, not even his wily manager, “The Colonel”, knows of his whereabouts. But the Colonel is all shook up because he has racked up a secret debt — and with the King himself missing, the only way to pay it off is to find an Elvis impersonator within 24 hours. Hijinks ensue as the Colonel takes desperate measures to replace a man who is irreplaceable, all while keeping the prying eyes of a nosy reporter at bay and figuring out what happened to the real Elvis. 

Food at the Blue Moon!


THe Blue Moon used to be a dinner theatre and perhaps one day soon we will be offering this option once again! In the meantime, there are many great local Johnson City restaurants within walking distance!  


When ordering your tickets online you can add dessert to your order and have it served to you at intermission

       Dessert Option for  ELVIS HAS LEFT THE BUILDING:

The All American Elvis Apple Cobbler

Enjoy an apple cobbler made fresh during the show. Served with a scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream and topped with a Caramel Drizzle!!

Just $5


 You can also pre-order an tasty appetizer to enjoy before the show or at intermission.

The Blue Moon is proud to offer Mae Malee's Spring Rolls (Veggie or Chicken) made fresh in our kitchen! Spring Rolls are 3 for $6 and are served with a sweet duck sauce

Opening October 20th:

The Butler Did It

  The scene is the set where Anthony J. Lefcourt, writer and director, is rehearsing his new play, a "classic whodunit" (in which all the characters are named Butler) with which he hopes to regain the success that has eluded him in recent seasons. Desperately eager to stimulate his cast to their best efforts, he has deliberately withheld the final scene of the play from them, but his patience is worn thin by the petty jealousies and romantic rivalries that detract from their concentration. In an effort to spur them on he "stages" the murder of one of the actresses, after which the plot begins to twist and turn with such dazzling ingenuity—and hilarity—that soon actors and audience alike have lost track of what is real and what is make-believe—until a surprise ending sets matters straight in a most bizarre and ironic way. 

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