About The Lynn Theatre
Graduates of John Tyler Commmunity College's performing arts programs have gone on to become working artists and have successfully transferred to four-year colleges and universities. Learn more about the arts at Tyler.
John Tyler has several degree programs in both Theatre Arts and Music.
- General Studies, Theatre Arts Specialization
- Liberal Arts, Theatre Arts Specialization
- General Studies, Music Specialization
- Liberal Arts, Music Specialization
Note: The Liberal Arts programs include languages, which are required for transfer to some four-year colleges and universities. You should meet with an advisor to determine which program best suits your needs.
We offer our community quality cultural events throughout the year in our state-of-the-art facilities. Our signature theatre season begins in February. Get involved by attending or volunteering for these events or, better yet, expand your horizons by signing up for one of the College’s dance, theatre, or music classes.
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Our state-of-the-art black box theatre provides artists and audiences alike with an exceptional experience. The theatre is a flexible space with seating for up to 250 depending on the configuration (thrust, arena, proscenium, etc.). The theatre space includes a set shop, green room, two dressing rooms and a costume shop. The technical facilities are state-of-the-art with an all LED lighting system and all-digital sound system.
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Celebrating Black History Month
All events are open to Tyler students, faculty and staff, as well as the community. Admission is free.
Calling All Actors and Singers
Tyler’s Theatre Department is holding open auditions for its spring performance of Xanadu.
She Kills Monsters Set to Hit the Stage at Tyler’s Lynn Theatre
The show runs the weekend of November 11 and the weekend of November 18.
Get More Information:
Department of Visual and Performing Arts
Kerrigan Sullivan, Professor of Theatre