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PO Box 1924, Phoenix, AZ 85001-1924
Contact: (602) 253-6701
|Actors Youth Theatre|
PO Box 30065, Phoenix, AZ 85275
Actor's Youth Theatre (AYT) is a non-profit performing arts organization with the mission of educating, entertaining, and enriching the lives of young people and their families through the art of theatre. We provide opportunities for youth to develop their acting abilities and musical talents through comprehensive performing arts workshops, community outreach, performance opportunities and the presentations of theatre productions for family and school audiences.
AYT maintains a high standard of excellence while providing young people with a safe, inclusive theatre atmosphere, a learning environment dedicated to implementing positive discipline, and an opportunity to learn all facets of theatre, from classical theatre to Broadway musicals.
An independent, not for profit youth theatre, AYT provides a unique theatre experience that prepares young people from diverse backgrounds for lifelong growth and an appreciation of the arts.
Contact: (480) 907-7050
|Alexandria Central School|
Northern NY (Alexandria Bay)
|American Theater Co|
American Theater Company is an ensemble of artists committed to producing new and classic American stories that ask the question: "What does it mean to be an American?"
We provide a truly intimate home for the community to experience meaningful stories. We foster a nurturing environment for artists to take risks and create essential work.
founded to affect the average Chicagoan
American Theater Company (ATC) was founded in July 1985 as American blacks Theatre, a company dedicated to exploring, nurturing, and developing theater that addressed and affected the real working-class people of Chicago. From 1986 to 1993, American blacks Theatre produced such critically acclaimed productions as The Hairy Ape; Rick Cleveland's Bad Moon; and Monsters and Monsters II, collections of commissioned monologues by Chicago playwrights including Douglas Post, Dwight Okita, David Mamet, and Paula Killen. The Hairy Ape was hailed by Richard Christiansen of the Chicago Tribune as one of the three best shows of the year.
a permanent home in a vital neighborhood
In August 1993, the company leased a warehouse in the primarily working-class neighborhood of Northcenter, and in an amazing 38 days, transformed it into an intimate 134-seat theater. From the beginning, the theater was a community center, playing host to Chamber of Commerce meetings and neighborhood events. From 1994 to 1997, the theater presented such critically acclaimed productions as On the Waterfront, the World Premiere of The Flight of the Phoenix (two Joseph Jefferson Citations), and Stalag 17 (five Jeff Citations).
professionalism and growth
In March 1997, Brian Russell became the company's first full-time, paid artistic director, and the theater changed its name to American Theater Company. Mr. Russell ushered in a new era of growth and professionalism, producing four-play subscription seasons, growing the budget from approximately $70,000 to $385,000, increasing the audience ten-fold, and growing the full-time staff. Among the highlights were The Threepenny Opera, American Buffalo (with Mike Nessbaum), and Endgame.
stability and American focus
In 2002, Mr. Russell stepped down and the Board of Directors hired Damon Kiely as the company’s second artistic director. His vision returned the company to its roots of producing only American stories, and revised the mission statement to ask our audience the question: "What does it mean to be an American?" Highlights include a hit revival of The Hairy Ape, Lisa Loomer’s Living Out (co-produced by Teatro Vista), and broke box office records with his re-imagining of Oklahoma! which also played at Theater on the Lake. Damon resigned at the end of the 2007 season to take a full time faculty position at DePaul University.
new leaders usher change and expansion
In November 2007, the Board of Directors hired PJ Paparelli as the company’s third artistic director and in August 2008, hired its first Executive Director, Michael Thomas Newberry. Newberry and Paparelli helmed the company’s most significant era of growth and transformation, expanding to a six-play season, doubling the staff, and growing the budget to just over $1M. Nationally recognized projects included the regional premiere of Speech & Debate (TimeOut Chicago’s top three production of 2008), Chicago premiere of The People’s Temple by members of the Tectonic Theatre Project, and an unprecedented repertory of African American and Caucasian productions of True West and Topdog/Underdog (first Caucasian cast) in collaboration with Congo Square Theatre Company. ATC was awarded the 2008 Princess Grace Award with a residency for director Jaime Castañeda and significantly increased its corporate and foundation support. The Chicago Tribune wrote, 'An exciting new era. Demonstrably, ATC is now on a whole new track' comparable to what you’d see at America’s leading progressive theaters.
In January 2008, ATC launched two comprehensive outreach initiatives, American Mosaic and The Chicago Chronicle. American Mosaic is a ninth grade residency in six Chicago Public Schools, focused on the literary and performance aspects of a play in our season. Over 600 students from Logan Square, the South Side, and North Center studied and performed scenes from True West and Topdog/Underdog on the set of the professional productions and attended a student matinee. The Chicago Chronicle combined eight professional playwrights with teenagers from Chase Elementary to create a documentary style play from interviews with community members in Logan Square.
In March of 2009, members of the Ensemble left the organization to reform American blacks Theatre. ATC recommitted to its mission of exploring a diverse and complex American identity the reflects our country today. In its first collaboration with About Face Theatre, Hedwig and the Angry Inch broke all previous box office records with two extensions, cultivating a rich audience of all ages, cultural backgrounds, and sexual orientations.
Season 25 celebrates the American Family with the Chicago Premiere of Yeast Nation (the triumph of life) the new musical from the Tony Award winning writers of Urinetown; the World Premiere of Welcome to Arroyo’s, and the Chicago Premiere of Lisa Loomer’s Distracted. In a historic commission from the Chicago Community Trust, ATC, Congo Square and the National Public Housing Musuem began development on a documentary style play that explores the history of public housing in Chicago.
Arden Gild Hall, 2126 The Highway, Arden, DE 19810
Information for New or Prospective Members
Ardensingers Chorus and Orchestra
Typically, the Ardensingers perform two shows per year, one in the Fall (generally, one weekend sometime between late October and early December), and one in the Spring (two weekends in late April / early May). The Spring show is one of the standard works of Gilbert & Sullivan, and casting is by formal audition (September / October). There's no set format for the Fall show, although it's often something G&S-related, but with less ambitious staging and costuming. Casting for the Fall show is by committee and, though we're still aiming for a high quality production, there is often an effort to provide solo / ensemble performing opportunities for capable singers that don't get cast in the Spring show.
The Ardensingers are actively seeking musically and theatrically inclined men and women, including students 16 and older, as leads and for the Chorus. Younger students may be considered, particularly if a parent is also involved in the production. Prospective Ardensingers Chorus members will be asked to audition by performing a short piece of his or her choosing. At the present time, we're accepting most singers that have previous choral experience.
Rehearsals are Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7:30 - 10PM, and good attendance is a prerequisite for continued participation. We take a break for refreshments about half-way through rehearsal. For insurance purposes, all stage performers are required to become members of the Arden Club (annual cost of $20, less for seniors and students). The Ardensingers is one of a number of "gilds" that belong to the Arden Club, which is responsible for maintenance and operations of the Gild Hall, our performing venue. The Ardensingers also take part in the Arden Fair every year on the Saturday before Labor Day (the Club's biggest fund raiser). The Ardensingers sponsor the Beer / Wine booth at the Fair, and we encourage all able-bodied members to help out at the booth, or in some other capacity at the Fair.
Vocal scores can be purchased at cost from the Ardensingers. Typically, we'll use the Schirmer edition. Contact John Trexler, as directed below, to reserve a copy.
There may occasionally be openings for the Ardensingers Orchestra, which takes part in the Spring show, and occasionally the Fall show. Rehearsals are on Saturday mornings from 9 - 11:30AM.
For additional information about joining the Chorus or Orchestra, or to be added to our auditions mailing list, please contact John Trexler at (484) 319-2350, or send an firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ardensingers New Member Information (coming soon - keep checking our website)
The Ardensingers, P.O. Box 7575, Wilmington, DE 19803-0575
|Aurora Arts Society|
To build and maintain a community in the greater Yellowknife area that will support and advocate for the visual arts.
Contact email email@example.com
|ASU Lyric Opera Theatre|
ASU School of Music, 50 E. Gammage Pkwy, Tempe, AZ 85287-0405
Do you have passion and talent to sing, act and dance professionally – either in Broadway musicals or in opera? Is your dream to music direct and conduct in the theatre? Under the guidance of our faculty of four and a staff of seven, you will receive the training and experience you need to make your fervor come alive.
Contact : (480) 965-2856
|ASU School of Theatre & Film|
PO Box 872002, Tempe, AZ 85281-
We are a collaborative community of artists and scholars comprising students, faculty and staff. Through inventive curricula, innovative theatrical production programming and the latest digital film production technology, we are paving the way to the future of theatre and film.
Contact: (480) 965-6647
|Aurora Arts Theatre|
The Aurora Arts Theatre is a small non-profit community theater located on the southside of Corpus Christi, Texas.
The goal and mission of the Aurora Arts Theatre is to provide live theatre entertainment for the community and patrons alike.
Contact the Aurora Arts Theatre
Box Office - 361.851.9700
Fax - 361.851.9701
email via website or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Black Theatre Troupe|
PO Box 13349, Phoenix, AZ 85002-3349
Today, now more than ever, we believe that The Black Theatre Troupe is one of the cultural treasures of the Valley. From its proud but humble beginnings as a grassroots, creative outlet for restless, talented multi-cultural artists in the 70’s, we are now a highly recognized theatre. The completion of our new facility, which was built as the result of the last bond election, illustrates that the voters of the City of Phoenix have affirmed our importance. The citizens of Phoenix and the Black Theatre Troupe believe that the 5th largest city in the United States must reflect the diversity of its citizens.
Please join us this season and help us celebrate the courageous theater that your support has helped us accomplish over the past 43 years.
See you at the theater!!!
Contact: (602) 258-8128
|Bloomfield Hills Middle School|
Michigan, Bloomfield Hills
Contact Mary Bogrette 248-341-6000 or MBogrette@bloomfield.org
|Bryn Athyn Community Theater|
Suburban Philadelphia amateur company mounts two mainstage productions annually since 1981.
Bryn Athyn Community Theater, usually called "BAct" (say "BEE-act"), has been serving the Philadelphia region with high quality theatrical entertainment since 1981. Staffed entirely by volunteers, BAct presents two major productions a year: a fall production in October or November and a spring production in May or June. Productions run four or five performances over one or two weekends.
|Bucks County Gilbert & Sullivan Society|
Pennsylvania, Bucks County
Amateur musical theatre society based in Bucks County, Pennsylvania (newly formed in 2009).
We are brand new, founded in the early part of 2009 with our charter enthusiasts centered in and around central Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
The Bucks County Gilbert & Sullivan Society , with a little help from our friends in the neighbouring Delaware Valley G&S societies, produced our first fully costumed community performance in the Doylestown area. We presented "Trial By Jury" first performed in London in 1875. As this is a one act operetta it is only about 35 minutes long and so we also staged a concert performance of selections from some of Gilbert and Sullivan's major works.
THE BUCKS COUNTY GILBERT & SULLIVAN SOCIETY, 20 LANDIS MILL ROAD, NEW BRITAIN, PA 18901
|CGCC Performing Arts Dept|
2626 E. Pecos Rd, Chandler, AZ 85225-
CGCC's Theater department offers classes in Acting, Interpretation of Drama, Technical Theater (lighting, sound, scene design), Intro to Theater, Cinema, Television Arts, Playwriting, and Film Analysis. Students in Theater Production classes receive valuable hands-on experience with performances in the Performing Arts Center located on the Pecos campus.
Contact: (480) 732-7328
900 S. Mitchell Dr, Tempe, AZ 85281-
Mission “To create theatre so strikingly original in form, content or both that it instills in young people an enduring awe, love and respect for the medium, thus preserving imagination and wonder, those hallmarks of childhood that are the keys to the future”
Contact: (480) 921-5700
|Class Act Musical Theatre|
Class Act is a safe place for kids to express themselves; it is a place where they can find their voice; they can stand in front of people and be seen, be heard, and have that be a positive experience.
Contact: 5345 Wilhelmina Avenue, Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Community Players Theatre, 201 Robinhood, Bloomington, IL
Community Players is one of the oldest community theatres completely staffed by volunteers.
Community Players invites all those who are interested to audition for a show. We encourage everyone regardless of theatrical experience.
Contact: email@example.com or via our website
Box Office: 309-663-2121
|Concert Operetta Theater|
Fosters interest in the genre of operetta by presenting works in concert version to Philadelphia audiences.
Concert Operetta Theater is dedicated to presenting, preserving, and educating audiences about operetta through professional performances from the Golden, and Silver ages of operetta. A minimalist production concept highlights the story and the music, bringing the production closer to the audience in an intimate setting.
COT is the only performing arts group in the USA that produces operettas in a concert version in new translations or original language. These productions are unique because this type of music does not get performance time on a regular basis in the USA. In the past nine seasons Concert Operetta Theater has presented seventeen operettas, one USA premiere, and seven Philadelphia premieres.
Over one hundred forty performers has graced the stage, and pit of COT productions. Many have gone on to perform at The Metroplitian Opera, New York City Opera, Deutches Opern Berlin, Staats Oper Vienna, La Scala Milan, Paris Opera, St. Gallen Opera, Dallas Opera, Saint Louis Opera, Des Moines Opera, Opera Company of Philadelphia, and many more.
Concert Operetta Theater Mailing Address:
Concert Operetta Theater, 2129 W. Ritner Street, Philadelphia PA 19145
Theater and Performnce Address:
The Academy of Vocal Arts, 1920 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
|Copperstar Repertory Company|
1514 E. Laredo St, Chandler, AZ 85225-
Copperstar Repertory Co. is a nonprofit arts organization whose mission is to entertain, educate and enrich community members of all ages by offering high quality productions, providing professional instruction in performing arts, and creating performance opportunities for Arizona’s youth and adults.
Contact: (480) 699-1655
|Creative Stages Youth Theatre|
34250 N. 60th Str., Bldg B, Scottsdale, AZ 85266-
Creative Stages Youth Theatre is dedicated to building a strong foundation in the arts for children and young adults in the Phoenix area through accessible, affordable and rewarding opportunities in theatre.
Contact: (480) 488-1981
Auglaize, Mercer, Darke,Shelby, and Miami Counties in west-central Ohio
We perform a spring musical and a fall drama.
Contact Plattner Pike, 08303 45869
|Desert Foothills Theater|
34250 N. 60th Str., Bldg B, Scottsdale, AZ
All performances at Cactus Shadows Fine Arts Center, 33606 N. 60th Street, Scottsdale.2010 DFT ariZoni Award winners:UNNECESSARY FARCE~ Best Overall Production, Non-Contract Theater
Desert Foothills Theater's administrative offices and box office are located at 34250 N. 60th Street, Building B. The building is called the FCF-Holland Community Center and is located in the same complex with the Desert Foothills YMCA and PVCC Black Mountain
Contact: (480) 488-1981
|Desert Rose Theatre|
2055 S Power Rd #1087, Mesa, AZ
Desert Rose Theatre is a not-for-profit organization conceived for the purpose of bringing reasonably-priced, high quality theatrical entertainment to the community. In a world of lowered standards and ambiguous values we strive to provide live theatre that is not only excellent in artistic quality but also an uplifting experience for the audience. We welcome volunteers and cast members from every walk of life and seek to unify the community through fellowship and hard work in the arts. The ultimate goal of Desert Rose Theatre will always be to create works that are virtuous, lovely, or of good report or praiseworthy.
Contact: (480) 329-2460
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
|East Allegheny High School|
North Versailles / Pittsburgh / Allegheny County
1150 Jacks Run Rd
North Versailles, PA 15137
firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-527-3747
|East Valley Children's Theatre|
PO Box 20514, Mesa, AZ
East Valley Children’s Theatre (EVCT) is more than just a theatre. It is a place where children can grow and develop into confident young adults. At EVCT youth gain self-esteem, and develop creativity. Its mission is to offer youth age 5-18 opportunities to experience the process and product of live theatrical performances, by children for children. School age children and adolescents age 8-18 are invited to audition for every show. Auditions are conducted by highly qualified production teams which vary from show to show. No previous experience is required for children to audition and no advance preparation is needed. We provide youth of the East Valley the opportunity to participate in community-based quality theatrical events for the purpose of developing and enhancing confidence, individual creativity and self-esteem. We are dedicated to the development of active performers, crews and audience.
Contact: (480) 756-3828
|Easton High School Musical Theatre|
Maryland, Eastern Shore
Elizabeth City, North Carolina
Encore Theatre Company, located in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, provides opportunities for those in the Albemarle region to experience and/or participate in theatrical entertainment. Its membership is made up of local actors, directors, and stage personnel who share a love for the theater. All are welcome to join. We are an all-volunteer, membership driven, nonprofit community theater organization whose purpose is to produce "Quality Community Theater" on a consistent basis. Founded in 1992, Encore presents three productions a year in varied formats of comedies, dramas and musicals. We have been rewarded in our efforts with continued community support. Encore offers two college scholarships to qualifying applicants.
Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm inside our new membership headquarters: 210 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in downtown Elizabeth City.
If you are interested in underwriting one of our shows or seasons and would like more information, please email our president: email@example.com
For membership concerns, please contact our secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Fountain Hills Theater|
PO Box 18312, Fountain Hills, AZ
Fountain Hills Theater is a non-profit, community organization dedicated to providing live, quality theatre experiences to the people of Fountain Hills, Rio Verde, Tonto Verde, North Scottsdale and the Fort McDowell Indian community.
Contact: (480) 837-9661
|Glendale Community College PAC|
6000 W. Olive Ave., Glendale, AZ
The Theatre Arts Department at Glendale Community College is unlike any other. With our community resources in Southern California and access to nearby Hollywood and the greater Los Angeles theatre and film communities, many of our students work in the entertainment industry and take classes and participate in productions at GCC in order to build their resume and add to their performance experiences.
The department is performance oriented and the activities of all the classes are focused on a program of two to three productions per year, plus several student showcases. The activities of the department are designed to give our students the maximum experience and training in the least amount of time and yet allow students to shape their own program based upon their personal goals in performance.
The department has an unusually close relationship with the Music and Dance Departments on campus and produces one interdepartmental musical every other year. Come and join us!
Contact: (623) 845-3385
|Grand Canyon University|
3300 W Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ
Contact: (602) 639-8880
7020 E. 2nd Str., Scottsdale, AZ
Serving Scottsdale and surrounding communities, Greasepaint Youtheatre programming is designed to develop the life skills and aesthetic knowledge that Youth will carry with them both as Artists and Audiences of Tomorrow.
Our mission is to provide unique and compelling theatre experiences that educate and challenge young people to stretch the boundaries of imagination and awareness and achieve a positive sense of self.
Contact: (480) 949-7529
|Hale Centre Theatre|
50 W Page Ave, Gilbert, AZ
The Hale Centre Theatre has a legendary heritage as the longest continuously running, privately owned and operated theatre company in America.
The Hale Centre Theatre has been dedicated to providing our patrons with the finest theatrical experience possible in an atmosphere as intimate and friendly as their own homes. In doing so, we have always selected shows which reflect our promise to provide fun and affordable entertainment.
Contact: (480) 497-1181
|Joanne Baron DW Brown Studio|
The Joanne Baron DW Brown Studio is the premiere acting studio in California. Alumni include Halle Berry , Robin Wright , Mariska Hargitay, Patrick Dempsey, Leslie Mann and many others.
The Studio is the premiere Meisner school in Los Angeles with strong ties to The William Esper Studio in New York. Actors, writers, directors, and producers are trained at the studio where long and short term study is offered. The Studio is enrolling now .Acceptance is based on an interview.
Contact: 310 4513311 email@example.com
Joanne Baron firstname.lastname@example.org
Community of Westchester, Los Angeles
Kentwood Players is a non-profit community theatre organization in Los Angeles, California. We present high-quality live-stage comedies, dramas, and musicals such as Fortinbras at reasonable cost. We also offer a children’s theatre program with classes and children’s shows.
Contact:310.645.5156 or email email@example.com
Creekside Plaza, 34 Creek Side Circle, Hayesville, Western North Carolina
Since 1978, Licklog Players has been a nonprofit, volunteer regional theatre organization.
|Main Line Opera Guild|
Performing fully-staged and concerted opera throughout the Philadelphia area.
The Main Line Opera Guild's mission is to bring fine vocal music to the community at a reasonable cost and to allow our members to share their talent with others.
Our group has been singing in the Philadelphia area in various venues since 1992. All of our members are trained classical singers who have sung professionally (some still do), but we also sing for the sheer love of it.
Ours programs can consist of solos and ensembles from varied sources of the vocal repertoire. We strive to bring variety and interest to each and every program. So, we will sing selections from grand opera, operetta, Broadway shows, classical art songs, Neapolitan songs and favorite songs from earlier in the last century such as Gershwin, Porter, Kern, etc. Our concerts really entertain our audiences, since there is "something for everyone".
We will custom design a program each time we are preparing to perform. In addition to concerts we are available to perform staged scenes, concert operas and staged works.
If you are interested in having the Main Line Opera Guild perform for your organization, be a part of your concert series, or liven up your next party, contact us by firstname.lastname@example.org
|MCC Act I Musical Productions|
1833 W Southern Ave, Mesa, AZ
Music is a form of self expression. Through course work and performance, you have an opportunity to discover the inner self, to develop your talents and to bring music to the enjoyment of others.
The performance of music is one of the oldest art forms and expresses a rich tradition of which you can become a part. Music is a window to other cultures and eras and affords the opportunity to learn about present-day culture.
Contact: (480) 461-7575
|Mesa Encore Theatre|
PO Box 1146, Mesa, AZ
Mesa Encore Theatre (MET) brings the fun and excitement of live theatre to the community with integrity and dedication to excellence. We are committed to being an integral part of the cultural experience that contributes to the quality of life for all - adults of any age, youth and children. MET respects the talents and skills of its volunteers and welcomes everyone to participate, enjoying and enhancing their performing arts experience, both on stage and behind the scenes.
If you have questions/comments, please contact Mesa Encore Theatre at (480) 834-9500
|Midwestern Gilbert & Sullivan Society|
613 W. State St., North Aurora, IL 60542-1538
Encourage the performance of Gilbert and Sullivan & Savoy Operas.
See newsletter here
|Musical Theatre of Anthem (Youth)|
40826 N. Lytham Ct, Anthem, AZ
Musical Theatre of Anthem is an award-winning, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that was founded in 2008 by Jackie and Jeff Hammond.
The mission of Musical Theatre of Anthem (MTA) is to develop youth and adults within the field of performing arts while enhancing their intrinsic creativity and brokering their vast talents. MTA trains and educates youth so they can become the artists, patrons, and leaders of tomorrow while providing opportunities to adults to empower them and foster their creativity.
Contact: (602) 743-9892
|Nearly Naked Theatre|
319 W Highland Ave, Ste 2, Phoenix, AZ
Contact: (602) 274-2432
Hell's Kitchen, New York City
424 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036
New Dramatists is the longest-running playwright community in the United States, with 50 playwrights currently in residence for seven years.
WHAT IS NEW DRAMATISTS?
To provide playwrights with time, space and resources in the company of gifted peers to create work, realize their artistic potential, and make lasting contributions to the theatre.
HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?
Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, New Dramatists is a hub for the theatre community. Our building’s library is open to the public and houses a rare collection of new play manuscripts, many of which are unpublished and only available to read on site. In addition, we offer specific opportunities for writers, students, composers, actors, directors, other theatre artists, and new play aficionados to engage with our community.
New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players (NYGASP) is America’s preeminent professional Gilbert & Sullivan repertory ensemble.
Giving Vitality to the Living Legacy of Gilbert & Sullivan
The leading custodian of the G&S Classics
6745 Wolf River Parkway, Memphis, Tennessee 38120
Opera Memphis was established in 1956 as the premiere opera company in the Mid-South region. Our founding supporters included noted Memphians Philip Belz and Walter Chandler. Over the last 50-plus years, we’ve staged nearly 200 productions of more than 75 operas – including numerous regional premieres and several world premieres.
|Pantagleize Theatre Company|
Texas, Fort Worth
WHAT'S WITH THAT NAME... During the first World War, remnants of two armies, German and French, exchanged gunfire from atop two buildings overlooking a square in a small Belgian town. Just as the twelve o’clock whistle sounded, a dapper clerk emerged from the bank. Noticing the bullet-riddled atmosphere, he opened a huge umbrella, and then strolled confidently across the square. Both armies stopped firing and shared rare laughter. The clerk made it safely to the other side. One of the soldiers on that roof eventually became Belgium’s most celebrated playwright, Michel de Ghelderode. Years later, recalling the idealistic clerk, Ghelderode created his most memorable character, then named him, and the play that bears his name, Pantagleize. The Pantagleize Theatre Company is dedicated to nurturing understanding among world cultures and vows to produce plays of international character, to include cultures within our community generally excluded or belittled, and to provide opportunities for personal and artistic growth. We celebrate with joy all that makes us one.
|Paradise Valley Community College|
18401 N 32nd Str, Phoenix, AZ
Contact: (602) 787-7738
The Bangor Opera House - 131 Main Street, Bangor, Maine 04401
Admin. Offices - 115 Main Street, 4th Floor, Bangor, Maine 04401
Box Office Phone: 207-942-3333
Administrative Office Phone: 207-947-6618
|Phoenix College John Paul Theatre|
1202 W Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ
Contact: (602) 285-7303
|PigPen Theatre Co.|
PigPen Theatre Co. began creating their unique brand of music, film, and theatre at Carnegie Mellon School of Drama in 2008. They've gone on to become the first group to win the NYC Fringe Festival’s top honor for a play two years in a row in 2010 and 2011, produced several original plays off-Broadway earning them critic’s picks from The New York Times, Time Out New York, New York Magazine and more, ranking them in the top ten theatrical events of both 2011 and 2012.
Contact PigPen directly at Hello@PigPenTheatre.com
|Present Company |
AUSTIN'S HOMEGROWN THEATRE COLLECTIVE
Our Mission Statement:
Present Company is a family of artists and lunatics, of and for the community. Present Company produces innovative theatrical works of old and new in unexpected places, utilizing the unique resources of Austin. Present Company aims to nurture the arts on a grassroots level through education and community activism, as solid foundations breed stronger communities. We strive to provide a glimpse of the infinite through our finite creations.
|Prime Stage Theatre|
The mission of Prime Stage is to entertain, educate, and enrich students, educators and theatre-lovers in the discovery of live theatre and literature. Three adaptations of literature, drawn from middle and high school reading lists, stimulate the imaginations, intellects and emotions of audiences who seek compelling theatrical entertainment.
Wayne Brinda, Artistic Director, email@example.com
|Rose Tree Pops Orchestra|
Amateur symphony orchestra in the Philadelphia suburbs offers varied programs at several venues.
The Rose Tree Pops Orchestra was formed in 1985 by Jeanne Bell as a community orchestra committed to the performance of the world's orchestral repertoire including classical, light classical, and pops music literature. Under the direction of Dr. Roberta Winemiller we have expanded our repertoire to include Big Band and other music arranged or composed for our orchestra.
Rose Tree Pops Orchestra, P.O. Box 932, Media, PA 19063-0932 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings from 7:30 - 10:00 PM at the Springton Lake Middle School in Media, PA.
The orchestra welcomes new members!
|Roundabout Theatre Company|
New York City
Founded in 1965, Roundabout Theatre Company has grown from a small 150-seat theatre in a converted supermarket basement to become the nation’s most influential not-for-profit theatre company, as well as one of New York City’s leading cultural institutions. With five stages on and off Broadway, Roundabout now reaches over 700,000 theatergoers, students, educators and artists across the country and around the world every year.
The mission of the Roundabout Theatre Company is to re-energize classic plays and musicals by teaming them with the industry’s finest artists and directors; to develop and produce new works by today’s great writers and composers; to provide educational programs that will enrich the lives of children and adults; and to retain a loyal and diverse audience through the subscription concept. Roundabout has become one of New York City’s major cultural institutions and one of the nation’s premiere not-for-profit theatres. Roundabout produces nine full-scale Broadway and off-Broadway productions each year in addition to numerous readings of new works and musical workshops.
|Salem Community Theatre|
490 East State Street, P.O. Box 851, Salem, OH 44460
The Salem Community Theatre enjoys a long and distinguished history of providing instruction in the theatre arts, live performances, and a number of community outreach programs.
Contact: Phone: 330.332.9688
Office Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 10am – 3pm
|Spotlight Youth Theatre|
Spotlight is located in the WEST Valley on the Northwest corner of West Peoria Ave and North 43th Ave - behind Denny's Restaurant.
Not just youth theatre, but real theatre... come and be amazed!
Contact via website
|StageRight Theater Company|
StageRight Theater Company, PO Box 62, Bountiful, UT 84100
Our mission is to provide a quality theatrical experience which is vital in nurturing a healthy community.
Live theater is a personal conscience for our community. Theater reflects how we see ourselves as a society and compels review of our hopes, dreams, values, and interactions with each other.
Support of public participation in theater will always guide our artistic and business decisions. We are determined to bring commendable works of art to our stage, not for the sake of art alone, but for the emotional enrichment of all.
StageRight is committed to bringing out the best in everyone, as audience members, stage technicians, and performers. We seek to foster personal growth and further the artistic experience for the benefit of the individual. Everyone who takes pride in promoting an environment of creativity and artistic endeavor is welcome to join us.
Contact StageRight Theater Company
|The Attic Theater Company|
Playwrights: To submit work to our Emerging Playwrights Program, please send a PDF of your script and a brief cover letter with a plot summary, production history, and goals for the play to email@example.com. Please put "EPP Submission" in the subject line. Typical turn-around time is 3-6 months.
Actors: If you are interested in working with The Attic, please send a headshot and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put "Actor Submission" in the subject line. We will keep these on file, and will reach out to you if an audition seems appropriate.
Directors/Designers: If you are interested in working with The Attic, please send a cover letter, website link, resume, and any links to work samples to email@example.com. Please put "Directing/Design Submission" in the subject line.
|The Aurora Fox|
9900 E. Colfax
Aurora, Colorado 80010
Phone +1 303-739-1971
Box Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9AM – 4PM and 1 Hour before performances.
Find where you belong- and get excited again! The Aurora Fox is a professional theatre company with a focus on community-building through its many productions, education opportunities, playreading groups and special events.
|The Blue Hill Troupe, Ltd.|
In its 90-year history, the black Hill Troupe has produced the entire Gilbert & Sullivan canon, including the long-lost Thespis, with a new score by Grammy(R) Award-winning composer and record producer Thomas Z. Shepard. In 2005, the black Hill Troupe was honored with three awards at the 12th Annual International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival in Buxton, UK, for its innovative production of the G&S rarity, “The Grand Duke.”
The all-volunteer black Hill Troupe has been featured on CBS Sunday Morning and appeared with The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall. For fifteen years, they were a mainstay of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Concerts and Lectures series, and they continue to concertize in venues around the city.
For information about membership, advertising, donation, or becoming a charity partner, please visit http://www.bht.org/ .
black HILL TROUPE, LTD., PO Box 230474, Ansonia Station, New York, NY 10023.
Contact email firstname.lastname@example.org
|The Chester County Gilbert & Sullivan Society|
The Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Chester County presents a full stage production of one of the G&S operettas every November at West Chester University. In addition the group presents Trial by Jury in the Historic Chester County Courthouse every year in early December as part of West Chester's "Old-Fashioned Christmas" Weekend.
GSSCC also offers a traveling "road show" featuring the best of G&S and tailored to meet the needs of retirement communities, service clubs, churches, municipal parks, business groups, and private homes.
We are here to foster the presentation and appreciation of the combined works of Arthur Seymour Sullivan and William Schwenk Gilbert, and to grow and flourish as a group. We are here to continue the tradition of excellent productions, positive community relations and to support each other in the various tasks and jobs that are inherent in running an organization like this.
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|The Drama Group|
330 W. 202nd St., Chicago Heights, IL 60411
The Drama Group, still one of the only volunteer theatre groups, is well-known and well-respected throughout the Chicagoland area. Our productions have been compared to the quality of those downtown and on Broadway.
As The Drama Group works its way toward its first 100 years, we continue to provide quality theatre at affordable prices and continue to put the community in community theatre - always welcoming and giving the community the opportunity to participate — whether it be onstage or off — and to become a member of this vital organization. The Drama Group exists through the benevolance of the community...through ticket subscriptions, fundraisers, patron donations, grants, advertising and road shows.
With an active membership and interesting, varied seasons of quality productions, The Drama Group is proud of its heritage and committed to a long future in the southwest suburbs.
Box Office Phone: (708) 755-3444
Lobby Phone: (708) 754-5000
|The J Players|
|The Masqueraders Theatre Club|
Mount San Jacinto College, San Jacinto Campus, 1499 N. State Street, San Jacinto, CA 92583
The Masqueraders Theatre Club was founded in the Spring semester of 2010 by six students. Their vision was to build a solid theatre community at MSJC thus allowing growth both on campus and off. How many students attend our college and don't even know that the theatre exists? How many people living in the Hemet/San Jacinto Valley have never seen one of our shows? These six students, through drive and determination, helped set the foundation of what we hope will be an ongoing ritual even after we graduate and move forward.
Contact via Facebook
|The Penn Singers|
The University of Pennsylvania's undergraduate light opera company.
Penn Singers is a musical theater company that produces a Broadway-style show in the fall and a Gilbert & Sullivan light opera in the spring. We hold auditions for new members at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters.
We’d love to get to know our incoming freshmen and invite anyone interested in our company to check out our website
Questions? Email Kristen at firstname.lastname@example.org
|The Philadelphia G&S Union|
Using the talents of the many G&S societies in greater Philly, produces a show each year for the International G&S Festival.
The Philadelphia Gilbert & Sullivan Union , better known as PGSU or 'Peggy Sue', was formed in 2007 to recruit talented performers from the numerous Philadelphia area G&S societies.
|The Roche Players|
The Roche Players are a group of theatrical enthusiasts who are linked together by their employment at Hoffmann-La Roche Inc. in Nutley, NJ. This highly spirited group has presented an annual musical for over 30 years (see below) for the sole benefit of local charities. The production costs, which include theater rental and associated expenses, as well as a professional staff made up of a director, choreographer, music director, set and costume designer, is sponsored by the company. All the performers and backstage crew work on a voluntary basis.
|The Rose Valley Chorus & Orchestra|
Amateur musical theatre society based in Delaware Co., PA.
Over 100 years of community theatre.
The Rose Valley Chorus & Orchestra presented its first production, Gilbert & Sullivan's The Mikado, at the Artsman's Hall (now Hedgerow Theatre) in Rose Valley on November 21, 1907. This performance united the wealth of musical and dramatic talent resident in the arts and crafts colony of Rose Valley into a group that is still vibrant and successful 105 years (and over 160 shows) later! Today we perform in the beautiful and modern theater at Strath Haven Middle School in Wallingford.
Today the Rose Valley Chorus & Orchestra draws its membership from the entire Delaware Valley, a result of its reputation for presenting professional-quality theatrical productions. The voices of the principals and chorus, with the musicianship of the full 35-piece orchestra, rank among the best of the area's many community musical theater groups.
Rose Valley Chorus & Orchestra now has two major theatrical productions each season (Fall and Spring) which includes Gilbert & Sullivan operettas, Broadway musicals, and other assorted operettas. Stage participation as a principal or chorus member is determined by audition. Audition dates are announced in Stage, local papers, and our Website.
In 1997 Rose Valley Chorus & Orchestra purchased the old Middletown Firehouse in Media. Located at 184 Bortondale Road, it serves as our set contruction site and houses our extensive costume and props collection.
We are always looking for new members to participate either on stage, in the orchestra or behind the scenes as members of our production staff. To schedule an audition, or volunteer, please e-mail us for more information or call us at 610-565-5010.
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Rose Valley Chorus and Orchestra, P.O. Box 414, Media, PA 19063
General Number: 610-565-5010
For general inquiries: email@example.com
For tickets: firstname.lastname@example.org
To join the chorus, orchestra, production crew, or to audition for a leading role: email@example.com
To become a sponsor: firstname.lastname@example.org
To bring your group or school to a show: email@example.com
|The Savoy Company|
Savoy is a social theater group with an emphasis on great performances and developing long standing friendships.
We are an all volunteer group, and 501(c)(3) charity.
All performances are for the benefit of charities and schools.
Our community outreach programs have introduced the joy of theater to over 10,000 school children over the past 20 years.
To get to know us better, please contact us for events open to new and prospective members.
If you would like more information about joining The Savoy Company, please contact us via JoinSavoy@gmail.com and our Admissions team will get back to you.
The Savoy Company, P.O. Box 59150, Philadelphia, PA 19102-9150
You may contact us by firstname.lastname@example.org, and by telephone at (215) 735-7161.
|The Salem Players|
8355 West Peoria Avenue
Peoria AZ 85345
Theater Works is a non-profit theater company based Peoria Center for the Performing Arts in the heart of Peoria Arizona. We serve arts patrons from around the entire valley and state.
We strive to present the most professional stage performances for theater goers of all ages. We proudly present dramas, comedies, musicals, and holiday specials.
Theater Works - Your Northwest Valley Theater | TheaterWorks.org
Phone: (623) 815-7930
Fax: (623) 815-9043
Amateur society based in Media, PA, affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware Co.
Amateur society based in Media, Pennsylvania and affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County.
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County
145 W. Rose Tree Road, Media, PA 19063
|Utah Shakespearean Festival|
351 W Center St, Cedar City, Utah 84720
We present classic and contemporary plays in repertory, with Shakespeare as our cornerstone. The Festival Experience entertains, enriches, and educates.
Contact: Phone +1 800-752-9849
|Valley Youth Theatre|
807 North Third Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004-2021
Valley Youth Theatre is a world-class, nationally recognized non-profit theatre. We target young people ages 3–19 to participate in and attend quality live theatre productions. VYT’s mission is to inspire young people to be the best that they can be. We provide lifelong lessons through a wide range of performing arts opportunities.
Phone: 602-253-8188 Fax: 602-253-8282
807 North Third Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004
525 North First Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Staff Extensions & e-mail:
Bobb Cooper, Producing Artistic Director
Lauren Antioco, Director of Education and Outreach
Lee Cooley, Director of Marketing & Communications
108 E 15th St, New York, New York 10003
One of America's preeminent centers for the creation of new plays and musicals.
Vineyard Theatre is a nonprofit theatre company dedicated to new work, bold programming and the support of artists. One of America’s preeminenthomes for the creation of new plays and musicals, The Vineyard has premiered award-winning works from both new and established playwrights.