How To Contact Us

Performances are held in the Jefferson High School auditorium.  This serves as our mailing address as well:
4001 West 102nd Street
Bloomington, MN  55437
(the southwest corner of the intersection of France Avenue & 102nd Street).

General inquiries may directed to:

Specific contacts are listed below

Who We Are

Theater Captains

Social Media:  Ryan Seaver  –
Fundraising:  –
Set Building:

JTC Board Contacts

President:  Meg Hatton –
Vice President:  Kari Vaupel –
Treasurer:  Erin Marick –
Communications/Secretary: Becky Kramer –
Fundraising:  Martina Bowman –
Marketing/Publicity:  Lori Sjoquist –
Director:  Laura Schmit –
Tickets:  Marcie Coval –

Other Contacts

Set Designer:
Music Director:
Choreographer: Gaby Schmit –
Costume Manager: Laurie Clements –

Activities Director: Chad Nyberg –

Volunteer Leads

It takes many hands to make a great show! Parent Volunteer Leads head up various areas and coordinates the activities that support our shows.  We couldn’t do our productions without each parent’s support.

Advertising Sales (Program Ads):  Meg Hatton –
Auditions:  OPEN
Communication:  Becky Kramer-
Concessions:   –
Flowers:  OPEN
Photography:  OPEN
Poster Distribution:
Show Programs:  Lori Sjoquist –
Spirit Wear:
Star Grams:
Tickets:  Marcie Coval  –
T-Shirts: Lori Sjoquist –
Ushers:  Vicki Neeser –
Volunteer Coordinator:  Kari Vaupel-
Website:  Marcie Coval –

What We Do

Theater plays an important role in helping students gain confidence, express creativity, learn teamwork, and build community.  Jefferson Theatre Company (JTC) performs four to five shows per year, ranging from musicals to holiday shows, from children’s shows to theatre classics.

  • We reach audiences of as many as 2,000 who are family, students, friends, and members of the community.
  • JTC has over 45 years of tradition of high school performances!
  • 250+ student performers, musicians, stage and technical crew and parent volunteers participate annually.
  • Every production features a special performance for older citizens
  • More than 3,000 elementary school students attend our annual children’s performances.