Dine and Fundraise!
Join our “Dough-Riser”
TCS is excited partner with California Pizza Kitchen in Lynnfield to raise funds for our programming.
Wednesday, August 15 – ALL DAY
California Pizza Kitchen
1150 Market Street
Lynnfield, MA 01940
How does it work?
You dine at CPK and 20% of all your food and beverage sales will be donated to TCS! (excluding tax, gratuity, gift card and retail purchases)
What do you need to do?
When you are ordering, make sure to mention that you are there to support Theatre Company of Saugus.
You can also use your mobile device to show the official flyer to your server or you can print it out at home and bring it with you. (It is also posted on our Facebook page and will be emailed to those on our mailing list on Tuesday.)
You can support TCS for dine-in, take-out, and catering purchases on that day.
Tickets are now on sale for our Youth Theatre Workshop 2018 production of Getting to Know…Once Upon a Mattress with a score by Mary Rodgers, lyrics by Marshall Barer, and book by Jay Thompson, Dean Fuller, and Marshall Barer. Getting to Know…Once Upon a Mattress is a musical version of Hans Christian Anderson’s The Princess and the Pea that will delight audiences of all ages with its telling of a classic fairy tale.
Performances are on Friday, August 17 at 7:00PM, and twice on Saturday, August 18, at 2:00PM and 7:00PM.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors, students, and children, and groups of 8 or more for $12 each.
Performances will take place at the American Legion Post 210 / 44 Taylor Street / Saugus, MA.
For more about the show and the workshop, see our Getting to Know…Once Upon a Mattress page.
To purchase tickets, see our Tickets page.
Have you ever wanted to know more about the art of lighting? How are lighting equipment locations and angles chosen? How many lights are two many lights to wire together? How simple or complicated is a light board? How did they do all of it before computers?
TCS will be hosting two Lighting Workshops on Monday and Tuesday, August 13 and 14 at 7:00PM at the American Legion in Saugus. Monday’s session will be hands on and you will actually hang lights. Tuesday’s session will be more the designer side of the experience.
For all the details CLICK HERE.
Saturday’s August 11th Annual Car Wash has been POSTPONED due to rain.
Mark you calendars for Saturday, September 22 for the new date!
TCS will hold its annual summer Car Wash on Saturday, August 11, 2018 from 9:00AM until 1:00 PM at the Saugus Senior Center, 466 Central Street (near Hurd Avenue) in Saugus.
Only $5 to wash your car, or $7 for SUVs, trucks or vans. Extra to clean inside windows.
If it’s a hot day – if you would like us to spray you with the hose, there is only a small charge.
You will be attended by the cast for our upcoming production of Getting to Know…Once Upon a Mattress – so you will be receiving the royal treatment!
Come help us out and have some good clean fun! If you are interested in assisting, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
But even if you can’t come down and help wash, bring your car down so we can clean it up for you. Your car is dirty and needs washing.
Proceeds will benefit our summer Youth Theatre Workshop 2018.
TCS is excited to announce our “killer” cast for LIZZIE:
For more details about the cast and the production, visit the Lizzie page.
The nominations for the 2018 annual DASH awards were announced on July 19. The Theatre Company of Saugus production of Spelling Bee was honored with seven nominations!
The Eastern Massachusetts Association of Community Theaters (EMACT) sent out consultants to review 132 shows in the 2017-2018 season. Ratings are made in many categories, and those with the six highest ratings get DASH (Distinguished Achievement and Special Honors) nominations. The winners in each category will be announced at the annual EMACT DASH Gala, which will be on Saturday 25 August 2018, at Carey Hall in Lexington.
The TCS production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee earned these nominations:
- Best Set Design for a Musical – Nicholas Raponi
- Best Set Dressing for a Musical – Amanda Allen, Bobby Imperato, Nicholas Raponi, Jamie Trevino
- Best Props Design for a Musical – Amanda Allen, Damien LaCount, Bobby Imperato, Jamie Trevino
- Best Supporting Actor in a Musical – Nicholas Raponi
- Best Choreography of a Musical – Kristin McGregor
- Best Ensemble of a Musical
- Best Production of a Musical
The cast of Spelling Bee, nominated for Best Ensemble, included: Suzanne Mills, Nicholas Raponi, Lauren Amaru, Tessa Berliner, David Picariello, Amanda Raponi, Daria Contino, Daniel Ehrenpreis, and Sean Perry. The director was Bobby Imperato, and the stage manager was Jamie Trevino (now Jamie Imperato). The musical director was Benjamin Tan. Since we are nominated for Best Production of a Musical, the cast will be performing at the Gala!
In addition, some other TCS members were nominated for their work with other theater companies. Congratulations to all!
- Best Sound Design of a Play – Nicholas Meunier – Fahrenheit 451 – Cannon Theater
- Best Lead Actor in a Musical – Richie DeJesus – In the Heights – Nashoba Players
- Best Lead Actress in a Musical – Tristyn Sepersky – Heathers – Footlight Club
- Best Choreography of a Musical – Samantha Brior-Jones – Heathers – Massasoit Theater Company
- Best Musical Direction – James Murphy – Parade – The Umbrella