Community Theatre

Division Chair: Noah Taylor,

The Community Theatre Division of SCTA is committed to connecting, creating, and cultivating community theatre across our beautiful state. We are artists sharpening each other and supporting all the hard work that goes into community theatre. We recognize the exceptional work that comes from community playhouses and organizations across South Carolina. We connect passionate artists and leaders who pour their time and talents into their communities through theatre. We advocate for the success and support of community theatres in SC. Through SCTA’s Community Theatre Division, community theatres and artists can grow, connect, and actively contribute to the greater narrative of theatre in South Carolina!

How can you get involved with the Community Theatre Division in 2019?

Whether you are part of a community theatre that’s new to SCTA, a veteran organization, or you’re starting a new community theatre, let SCTA’s Community Theatre Division help you connect, cultivate, and create in 2019.


Noah Taylor
Community Theatre Division Chair, SCTA
Executive Artistic Director, The Market Theatre Company

About Noah Taylor

Noah Taylor

Noah Taylor is the Executive Artistic Director of The Market Theatre Company in downtown Anderson, SC. He also founded and serves as Executive Artistic Director of Anderson’s 24 Hour Musical, which produces an annual show to benefit local charities such as the Anderson Free Clinic, Meals on Wheels, the Cancer Association of Anderson, and others. Noah also serves as a producer of Anderson’s Shakespeare in the Park and the Anderson Theatre Festival. He graduated from the South Carolina School of the Arts at Anderson University in 2012 with a degree in Theatre and Graphic Design. Noah was recently selected as one of the Anderson Independent Mail’s 20 Under 40 rising community leaders. He enjoys working as a graphic designer and commercial photo retoucher in addition to directing, designing, and producing for theatre. Some of his favorite directing credits include Next to Normal, Sweeney Todd, Almost, Maine, and Willy Wonka. He is thrilled to serve the South Carolina Theatre Association, and looks forward to bringing the annual convention to his hometown in 2018.