About Three Bone Theatre
Three Bone Theatre is Charlotte's home for the best of adult contemporary theatre. We believe that great theatre can be a catalyst for conversation and change in our community. Our business philosophy stems from the Reba McEntire quote, “To succeed in life, you need three things: a wishbone, a back bone, and a funny bone.”
To create a performing arts experience that is socially engaged, professionally managed, and creatively inspired.
As a local arts organization, Three Bone Theatre feels strongly about supporting other local groups. We partner with a different local organization for each production with the hope of raising awareness to the unique themes present in each production and the commendable work that is being done in the Charlotte community.
Three Bone Theatre is committed to modeling diversity, equity and inclusion for the entire arts industry of the nonprofit sector, and to maintaining an inclusive environment with equitable treatment for all. The following policies were adopted by our Board of Directors in September 2018. Every artist, volunteer, staff member and board member is required to accept and adhere to these policies. Click the links below to review the full documents.
Our Commitment to Equity
Three Bone Theatre is committed to being an anti-racist, inclusive and accessible theatre company. Please visit our Equity Initiatives page to learn more about our priorities and action plan.
Three Bone Theatre was founded in August of 2012 by Carmen Bartlett and Robin Tynes-Miller. Three Bone Theatre Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Becky has a BSC from University of Miami and an MBA from UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School. She has been involved in theatre--on-stage and behind the scenes--for most of her life. Becky spends her days as a Marketing Executive for a global bank. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the North Carolina Theatre Conference (NCTC).
Artistic and Operations Director
Robin Tynes-Miller co-founded Three Bone Theatre in Charlotte in 2012. She has served as its Founding Artistic Director over the last nine years, recently stepping into the Artistic and Operations Director role. Born and raised in the mountains of North Carolina, she earned her BFA in Musical Theatre Performance from Catawba College before moving to Charlotte. In Charlotte, she has spent her career working with local theatre organizations as an actor, director, teaching artist, and marketing and ticketing professional. She is passionate about the intersections of theatre and anti-oppression work and is excited to incorporate that into Three Bone Theatre.
Tiffany Bryant-Jackson is the founding Artistic Director of Open Cage Productions. Her study of theatre began at Elon University and has traveled with her as far north as Alaska. As a Charlotte transplant, she has been blessed to work with various organizations as an actor, arts advocate, and teaching artist. After years of making Charlotte home and truly falling in love with the city, her focus shifted to community engagement. She worked on a preschool tour that traveled to a school where she witnessed firsthand the general lack of access to the arts and how life changing a show could be, she had a revelation. This experience became the catalyst to found Open Cage Productions, a theatre company that focused on providing culturally diverse theatrical and educational experiences to all. She is currently serving as the Co-Chair to Diversity On and Off Stage.
Callie has been involved with Three Bone since its first show in Charlotte, both on stage and behind the scenes. She has previously served as an actor, stage manager and director. In 2016 Callie joined the leadership team as Three Bone Theatre's Production Manager, managing many production-related details of the mainstage season. In addition to her work for Three Bone Theatre, Callie received her bachelor's degree in biology at UNC Greensboro, and works as an educator at Discovery Place Science. She also competes in competitive pole sport.