About South Camden Theatre Company

South Camden Theatre Company, Inc. is a 501C(3) nonprofit organization. SCTC was incorporated on October 6, 2005. Contributions to SCTC in the United States are tax-exempt to the extent provided by law. We are a professional theatre company who is working hard to pay each of it’s actors, directors, designers and employees a small, but fair wage. At this point in time, we’re paying our directors, actors and designers a small, but growing stipend. We are hoping to one day be in a position to hire at least one equity actor for each of our season’s productions. This not only helps to increase the quality of our shows, but it enables us to teach, learn and grow as a team. Your attendance and support are what we need to help us meet this goal. Please join us and watch what happens on our stage. You won’t be disappointed.

Our Mission

As Camden’s first professional theater we enhance the community by creating quality artistic productions while anchoring The Waterfront South Arts District. We strive to promote South Camden’s rebirth as a destination by providing a positive experience for its residents and those from the surrounding region. Our goal is to entertain, engage, and educate.

Our Vision

To become an artistic center of excellence in the city of Camden and the Delaware Valley.

Our Values

• Equality      • Honesty     • Collaboration      • Professionalism     • Excellence      • Stewardship

Anchoring The Arts In The Neighborhood

It is our dream, and the dream of those who support our efforts, that the opening of a theater in this neighborhood will bring new life to the community. This theater will serve the community and region by producing plays that make a difference and by enriching the lives of those who live, work and come to Camden. As the anchor of a budding arts community, we believe you deserve to see the best production possible at the fairest price possible.

Join us for a play. Visit our neighbors. Enjoy the arts.

The Nick Virgilio writers house opens April 28 at the opposite end of Jasper Street. The FireWorks Artist Loft space is open most Sundays, just a block away on Broadway. The Camden Shipyard and Maritime Museum is also open just two blocks away on Broadway. Visit us. You’ll be pleased with the growth and changes to the neighborhood.