Greeneville Theatre Guild (GTG) is a non-profit corporation. We are grateful for, and deeply appreciate, the support of the individuals and businesses that have volunteered their time and energy and/or donated money and materials to allow the GTG to fulfill our mission.
To enrich, entertain, and educate our community through high quality theatrical presentations.
- To produce a broad range of theatrical presentations of the highest possible quality.
- To maintain a culture of education, development, and experience in all aspects of theatre for youths and adults, in an engaging, fun, and supportive environment.
- To ignite excitement and participation in the performing arts and be generously supported by the community.
- To foster, acknowledge, and appreciate an enthusiastic, respected, hardworking corps of individuals who comprise our volunteers, staff, and board of trustees.
- To encourage and participate in mutually beneficial collaborations with various organizations in our community.
- To be a thriving organization that is fiscally sound and maintains sufficient reserves to support its functions.
Paige Mengel is a CPA from Greeneville who does theatre to remain sane. She has been acting and designing sets for JCCT for the past three years. Paige has also acted and worked backstage in many Theatre-at-Tusculum productions. She is the Business Coordinator of the newly formed Greeneville Theatre Guild and was a driving force in its creation.
Sandy Nienaber is the general manager of Catalyst Coffee Co. downtown and a proud wife and mother. Some of her favorite roles include the Wicked Witch in the “Wizard of Oz,” “Maizie in Seussical the Musical,” Honey Raye in “Dearly Beloved,” Olive in the “Odd Couple” (female version) and all of the “A My Name is Alice” productions.
Christy Hoeke is a dedicated teacher, wife and mother. She has been involved with theatrical productions since the bug bit her in 4th grade. She has taken on many roles both onstage and backstage. She has a big passion for theatre. She has taught, directed, and even written one acts for productions. In addition teaching full-time, she serves the Greeneville Theatre Guild as the Education Coordinator.