VIRTUALLY and LIVE!
The Great Nitwitty Mystery
When: Thursday & Friday June 2 & 3, 7pm
Saturday June 4, 11am
Venue: Firehouse Center for the Arts
Calendar details here
NSRTC- Back again – LIVE!
The Man In Yellow by Michael Kimball
When: Saturday June 11, 10am
Venue: People’s United Methodist Church
While watching or listening,
please consider making a donation
Plum Island residents Nadiia and Jarred Sadowski have family in the Ukraine and recently started Nova Kakhovka’ for Life which has been raising money and sending it directly to volunteers in Nova Kakhovka’, a Ukrainian city hard hit by the invasion. Click here to learn more or click on the above image to go directly to the Nova Kahovka for Life homepage.
TAKE A CLASS
We adapted some classes for ZOOM
Classes currently meeting:
Cold Reading Classes – LIVE
Wednesday evenings and Friday mornings
Acting Out’s Summer Classes
Please check out our partners
Acting Out Productions
The Performing Project
Newburyport Arts Collective (NAC)
Be a part of the TASN team and gain production experience and/or add your technical and marketing skills to our burgeoning virtual programming. Positions such as box office, usher, running crews, tech, lighting and stage management will be on hold until we are performing live again. For more information contact Judy Mouradian at email@example.com.
BONS Award 2021
I am so pleased to announce that The Studio has been awarded North of Boston Magazine’s BONS Award for 2021. We won both the Readers’ Choice and Editors’ Choice for Best small live/virtual venue for the whole North Shore. I congratulate all of our teachers, directors, writers, actors, and project producers. You all adapted brilliantly to the circumstances and challenges of the past 18 months, bringing a continuous flow of great material to our audiences. This honor is yours!
On behalf of myself, and our Board of Directors, I invite you to be a part of our future by contributing to our 2020 Annual Appeal. It’s not too late!
Founded in 1991, the Actors Studio of Newburyport is a 501©(3) theater, which serves as a vital cultural resource for the community: to inspire, enrich and engage audiences and to develop both the art form and the individual.
Our 50-seat black box theater is host to established plays, new original works, staged readings, film and musical performances.
Friendly Learning Environment
The studio hosts a variety of classes & workshops including: cold reading, scene study, character development, voice, monologue, on-camera, improvisation, and musical theater.