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Playhouse 615, an arts organization and event space, is managed by two local theatre veterans:  Ann Street-Kavanagh and Joel Meriwether. Between them, they have over sixty years experience in live performance. Ann is serving as Managing Director, teaching acting classes and one-on-one coaching. She is also the Artistic Director for Mischief Makers, the children’s theatre in residence. Joel is Artistic Director for The Ensemble, the adult acting troupe, within the Playhouse 615 umbrella. Our black box theatre seats up to 50. Our space is also available to rent for rehearsals, productions. classes and events.

Current events!

Performances: October 14 - 30.

Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm, Sundays at 2:30 pm 

Tickets are $18. and can be purchased on Eventbrite, over the phone at 615-319-7031 and at the door. 




Playhouse 615 will be holding auditions for our final production of 2022: Joseph Kesselring’s classic comedy, “Arsenic and Old Lace” on Sunday, October 16 at 6:00pm and Monday, October 17 at 7:00pm.

Auditions will be held at the playhouse, 11920 Lebanon Road, Mt. Juliet.

All roles are available: 11 Men, 3 women.

Actors must be vaccinated.

Performances are December 2 - 18.

For more information, please email the theatre at

As news spreads of a murder in London, a group of seven strangers find themselves snowed in at a remote countryside guesthouse. When a police sergeant arrives, the guests discover – to their horror – that a killer is in their midst! One by one, the suspicious characters reveal their sordid pasts.

  A clever combination of the farcical and the macabre, centers on two elderly sisters who are famous in their Brooklyn neighborhood for their numerous acts of charity. Unfortunately, however, their charity includes poisoning lonely old men who come to their home looking for lodging. The two women are assisted in their crimes by their mentally challenged nephew who believes he is Teddy Roosevelt and who frequently blasts a bugle and yells "charge" as he bounds up the stairs. Matters get complicated when a second nephew, a theater critic, discovers the murders and a third nephew appears after having just escaped from a mental institution. In his adroit mixture of comedy and mayhem, Kesselring satirizes the charitable impulse as he pokes fun at the conventions of the theater.

Don't miss this interview with our wonderful director, Matt Smith! Mornings On Main Street with Joe Dubin.

Acting Classes & Private Coaching

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