NSRTC Performance
The Opposite of Magic by Marc Harpin
Saturday, October 17   10:30 am  via ZOOM

for details  or  pay and register here


Improv Class – Performance
Tuesday, October 20   8 pm  via ZOOM

Register here


The Doll Maker’s Ghost and Other Stories
Thursday, Friday October 29, 30   8:00 pm
via ZOOM  with talkbacks after
Saturday, October 31  8:00 pm & 10:00 pm   Digital Replays

for details or  Register and donate here


Stay tuned for details on:
Collaboration 6, including
The Angels and Foreplay
While we can’t meet in person,
we’re scheduling performances
you can access online.
*See notice from Marc*



The Actors Studio has
joined the movement to
fight for Freedom,
Liberation and Justice.
Visit our:
Black Lives Matter page

While watching
or listening,
please consider
making a donation



We are adapting classes for ZOOM

Next up:

Improv, via ZOOM
Tuesday’s 7:00 p.m.
November 10, 17, 24 December 1, 8

Tuition $200

for more details and to register  or
direct to register & pay


Storytelling, via ZOOM
Monday’s 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
November 2, 9, 16, 30 & December 7
(NOTE: no class Thanksgiving week, Nov 23)

Tuition $180
(Class limit is 6 students, so act soon!)

for more details and to register  or
direct to register & pay


*NOTICE from Marc*






learn about classes



Holiday Meshugas will happen in 2021 as we are excited to present Jack Neary’s First Night as our 2020 holiday production.





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 jmouradian@hotmail.com.


Be Part of our Future.

On behalf of myself, and our Board of Directors, I invite you to be a part of our future by contributing to our 2019 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.

Performance Venue

Our 50-seat black box theater is host to established plays, new original works, staged readings, film and musical performances.
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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.

New Works

We provide a forum for local playwrights to present their work to live audiences for evaluation and feedback throughout the play development process.