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.

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.

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

An Evening of Intuitive Readings with Michael Gerrish

July 19, Friday 7:00pm

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Scene Study with Charles Van Eman – Class Performance

July 27, Saturday 8:00pm

Suggested donation $10 at the door
(open to the public)

 

Auditions For TASN’s 2nd Annual Festival of Short Plays
and “Eight Wasn’t Enough” Show

July 28, Sunday 10:00am-2:00pm

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Full Moon Story Slam

August 10, Saturday 7:00pm

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Final Analysis, by Lawrence Hennessy

August 16-18, Fri/Sat 8:00pm, Sun 5:00pm

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Stillhouse Junkies

September 15, Sunday 6:00pm

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Writers & Actors INK

September 23, 6:30pm

 

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TAKE A CLASS

COLD READING for BEGINNERS

with Marc Clopton

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SCENE STUDY

with Charles Van Eman

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THEATER SONGS

with Allyn Gamble

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IMPROV

with Charlie Van Eman & Sara Fischer

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GET INVOLVED

 

VOLUNTEER

Be a part of the TASN team and gain production experience. Positions include box office, usher, running crews, tech, lighting and stage management. For more information contact Judy Mouradian at jmouradian@hotmail.com.

 

 

Versatile
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
Laboratory

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