Reserve your tickets through the Box Office by calling 455-5321.

Due to COVID -19, we are hand processing all reservations at the current time.


Don’t miss this once in a lifetime show!  Live at South Jackson!!


Young Artist Showcase – November 15, 2020
Moana Jr. – Musical – November 20-21, 2020
Nutcracker Ballet – December 5-6, 2020
It’s a Wonderful Life – Movie Screening – December 15, 2020

Coronavirus has made a huge impact on theatre companies around the world. We were forced to postpone or cancel many shows. It goes without saying that a very large percentage of our revenue generated comes from the sell of tickets and holding other events that are directly tied to people getting together in groups. The COVID-19 pandemic has virtually eliminated this income from our theater.

We also rely on charitable contributions and this is a time that requires the generosity and support of theatre fans and supporters. Currently for theatres, donations are the most direct and immediate way to help us get through this very difficult time.

If you are so inclined to make a donation you can easily donate at southjackson.org. Any size donation will help us keep things running and recover from the effects of this pandemic. We appreciate anything that you are able to do and we look forward to seeing you at one of our shows soon.

Keeping the Show Alive!

Greg Gressel
Executive Chairman

Board of Directors
Florence Hull
Kathryn Hopkins
Coleen Saunders
Jim Conley
Wayne Metcalf
Catherine Murray
Kathy Orr
Mark Schempp
Anne Wonder

* Photo Credit – Lynn Sebourn

South Jackson Civic Association

was formed in 1977 to “Save South Jackson”, a grass-roots effort to halt the destruction of the South Jackson School. Nestled in the core of the building is Tullahoma’s first public school built in 1886. We opened our doors as the South Jackson Civic Center in January, 1979 with our first performance. South Jackson Civic Association has operated for the past forty years as a presenting organization, museum, and community resource serving the Middle Tennessee counties of Coffee, Moore, Franklin, Bedford, and Warren. The Civic Center contains rehearsal facilities, conference and meeting rooms, a 400-seat auditorium, full stage with proscenium arch and a local history museum.