Teaneck New Theatre (TNT) was founded in 1986 by Brian Billick, Kevin G. Shinnick, and Alan Lauderdale to provide actors, directors and production staff an opportunity to hone their craft by working on outstanding and diverse works.
TNT undertook early projects such as The Dresser and Amadeus at its first home at the Bogart Memorial Church in Bogota. Beginning in 2005, TNT performances were staged at The Hackensack Cultural Arts Center with the latest of these being Jesus Christ Superstar. In its 32-year existence, some things have changed, but TNT’s mission remains the same. A non-profit organization, TNT aims to produce high-quality shows at affordable prices ensuring that audiences will be glad they came and will return.