TCS is excited to announce our Fall 2021 production. Not only are we excited because we will be performing in-person w/ a live audience, but we will be presenting Night of the Living Dead. This script is by Lori Allen Ohm and based on the 1968 film of the same name by George Romero and John Russo.
Each year (except 2020) the town of Saugus holds a street fair. Featuring vendors, food carts, games for kids, art sales, and information booths set up by community organizations and businesses.
Theatre Company of Saugus always participates. There will be a TCS info booth, and the kids from the Youth Theatre Workshop this summer will perform selections from The Little Mermaid Jr on the steps in front of Town Hall, starting at 1:30 PM.
Several fantastic raffle prizes will be awarded. Purchase tickets at the TCS booth.
We have a special Founders Day discount on tickets to Night of the Living Dead. See our Tickets page.
This year Founders Day is on Saturday 11 September 2021. Running from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM. On several blocks of Central Street, running north from the monument. The TCS booth is right in front of Town Hall.
We need volunteers to staff the TCS info table throughout the day. Greet visitors, hand out flyers, and run a raffle. We also need people to set up the table in the morning, and break it down at the end.
Click here to sign upto staff, setup, or breakdown the TCS info table at Founders Day on 11 September 2021. We will contact you with instructions.
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All three performances of Disney’s The Little Mermaid, JR., scheduled for Friday and Saturday, July 30 and 31, 2021 are SOLD OUT before opening night!
The Youth Theatre Workshop (now in its 11th year) runs in the summer for two weeks – Monday through Friday – followed by three performances the Friday and Saturday after the 10 days of prep end. During those 10 days our Youth Actors (grades 1 to high school) are cast in roles, learn dialogue, music, choreography and assist with the behind the scenes components as well – costumes, props, set painting, and whatever else needs to be created. In addition, there are theater games, lunch time fun, and time to spend with others who are interested in the performing arts – both their contemporaries as well as the instructors who lead them. In addition to Youth Actors, older high school or college students have the opportunity to be student interns and assist our instructors throughout the workshop. This allows them the chance to either focus in a specific area (choreography, lighting, etc.) or try their hand at various backstage endeavors.
We’re very excited about this weekend’s performances and hope the popularity of our Youth Theatre Workshop continues to grow over the next decade and encourages youth in the area to get involved in the performing arts – either on stage or behind the scenes.
Posted onJune 30, 2021bydshaw12|Comments Off on TCS Summer Youth Theatre Workshop Registration – Sign-Up by July 12 for Early Bird Discount
TCS is returning to our two week Youth Theatre Workshop during July 2021. For more information about thus summer’s program and to access the registration form and payment information details –CLICK HERE.
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The American Association of Community Theatre (AACT) holds a national competitive festival every two years. The 2021 festival is going on right now, June 14-20, 2021. Virtually, so you can attend without traveling.
There are 12 shows being presented, by community theatres selected as the best from all over the country. There will also be many useful workshops and presentations.
A local neighboring group, The Lexington Players, is one of the competitors. They are presenting The Mountaintop, by Katori Hall, a fictional depiction of events the night before the assassination of the civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The players are Dominic Carter and Jess Washington, and the director is Sal Jones. The show is streaming on Saturday 19 June 2021 at 9:30 PM, with the adjudication streaming the following morning.
You can purchase tickets for individual performances, or for the entire festival. For complete information, see aact.org/aactfest-2021.
Theatre Company of Saugus went to the AACT Fest 2002, as the representative of the New England Region, with our production of Interview.
For all in-person indoor events, participants are required to follow the current CDC guidelines. You must wear a mask if you are not vaccinated.
Fees for all the workshop sessions can be paid in advance with a credit card. See our Tickets page. Some of the workshops also require you to sign up for specific time slots or sessions. (For the Dance classes, payment is directly to SBJ rather than TCS.)
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A big thank you to all who participated in our production of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. Including the actors, the crew, the director, stage manager, the DCR, Friends of Breakheart, and many others. And especially to our audiences, which were much bigger than anticipated. It was a pleasure to perform in front of a live audience.