Be a part of our future
The Studio serves as a vital cultural and educational resource for the community: to inspire, enrich and engage audiences and to develop both the art form and the individual by encouraging full creative expression.
Why support the Studio?
- Your financial gift helps sustain us because ticket sales only account for less than half of our total annual revenue.
- Your support helps artists of all ages explore their creative side through acting classes, playwriting, improv, performances, poetry, design, technical theatre, stage management, house management and more!
- Did you know there are several arts organizations under the umbrella of The Studio? Your support helps so many more people in more communities!
Please click on the link read A Message from Kimm. (below is an excerpt):
Being in a bigger facility, brings great opportunities. It also brings larger financial responsibilities. As you plan your giving for the year, please include your favorite black box theater: The Actors Studio.
I thank you for your continued generosity.
Since 2011 TASN has supported the Performing Project. Founded by Maggie Budzyna at the age of 11, this program provides free theatrical experiences and educational scholarships to students in Lawrence, MA.
If you wish to make a dedicated gift to the Performing Project, click on the following Donate button:
Newburyport Arts Collective
Mission: The mission of the Newburyport Arts Collective is to advocate for, engage, and elevate the non-profit arts, culture organizations and individual artists in the greater Newburyport area.
The Actors Studio of Newburyport serves as the fiscal agent for Newburyport Arts Collective
If you wish to make a dedicated gift to the NAC, click on the following Donate button:
We would love to talk with you more about how your support can help The Studio, and how your support will ultimately help your business. Please reach out!
Founded in 1991, the Actors Studio of Newburyport is a 501©(3) theater organization, 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.