Tickets are now on sales for our December show – On This Winter’s Eve: Original One Act Play Festival – featuring four new works by local area playwrights making their premieres with Theatre Company of Saugus.
For all the details about the shows – visit our Show Page. To order tickets online – visit our Ticket Page.
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James and the Giant Peach will be our winter show in the end of February 2020. That means rehearsals start in January and we’re already working our way through November!
Join us for auditions on Saturday, November 16 from 2PM to 5PM or Sunday, November 17 from 9AM to 12PM. There are roles available for adults and children in this production. PLEASE NOTE – This is not the musical version.
For details about auditions – roles, dates and times, and requirements, visit our Auditions Page.
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Our On This Winter’s Eve cast has been selected. They’ve already had a full read through of all four shows and rehearsals have begun. We have a combination of returning actors and new faces to the TCS stage.
TCS is excited to announce the cast of On This Winter’s Eve: Original One Act Play Festival with pieces by Josh Black, Tofer Carlson, and Matthew Garlin for our holiday production in December 2019.
New actors to the TCS stage are: Rebecca McAuliffe, Rachel Curran, Laurie Frank, Rayna Frank, Bryan Hall, Rosemary Leo, Anetta Rauf, and Melissa Reda.
We are excited to work once again with the following actors: Kathy Bedard, Sharon Buccuzzo Beeler, Catherine Hersh, Damien Dakotah LaCount, Julie Liuzza, Stephen Russo, Jessica Stockton, Brooks Workman, Jon Workman, and Rylan Workman.
Rebel Without a Claus by Tofer Carlson and A Christmas Gift by Matthew Garlin will be directed by Victoria Isotti. The Noir Before Christmas by Tofer Carlson and A Dickens of a Christmas Carol by Josh Black will be directed by Rachael Bernstein.
Tickets will go on sale later this month and will be posted on Facebook and the TCS website when available.
We opened to an almost SOLD OUT 1st weekend. Thanks to everyone who came out and supported TCS and our amazing cast, crew, and artistic staff! There are only four (4) chances left to see this fantastic show and sublime cast. Visit our Ticket Page for pricing and to purchase tickets. Thu, Oct 31 at 9PM Fri, Nov 1 at 8PM Sat, Nov 2 at 8PM Sun, Nov 3 at 2PM
If you’ve been wondering what a musical about Edgar Allan Poe might involve – the answer is everything and then some. There’s Edgar, a theatre troupe, figures from his past (friends, family, loves, rivals), a raven, a horse, an imp, and so much more. And it all comes together through music, verse, lighting, choreography, and costuming.
Want to READ what it’s all about? Neil Zolot on behalf of the Saugus Advertiser saw Nevermore last Saturday and chatted with our director and choreographer, Jason Hair-Wynn, and our music director, Shawn Gelzleichter, as well as members of the cast about the process and the final product. Read the Saugus Advertiser Review.
Tickets are now on sale for our Fall 2019 production – Nevermore: The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe.
Performance dates are: Friday – Sunday, October 25-27 Thursday, October 31 Friday-Sunday, November 1-3
Prices range from $17.00 to $30.00 depending on category and performance date.
Please note the Halloween performance on October 31 will start at 9:00PM to allow people to have participated in Halloween activities earlier in the evening. Audience in costumes are encouraged for the evening!
Our Nevermore cast has been selected and rehearsals have begun. We have a mix of returning players and some new faces to the TCS stage.
TCS is excited to announce the cast of Nevermore: The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe by Jonathan Christenson our Fall 2019 production.
The Players: Koda Mehalba, Arthur Comer, Christine Dickinson, Andy LeBlanc, Richie DeJesus, Andrew Quinney, Becky Jo Roland, Sabrina Ornae, Melissa Jean MacNeil, Caroline Fonseca, and Kathy Rapino (not pictured) and Benjamin Finn as Edgar Allan Poe.
Direction and Choreography by Jason Hair-Wynn. Music Direction by Shawn Gelzleichter. Stage Management by Molly Scrivens.
Rehearsals started this week and are off to a great start. Tickets will go on sale later this month and will be posted on FB and the TCS website when available.
Tickets for our Youth Theatre Workshop production of Elf The Musical JR. are now on sale for performances on Friday, July 26 and Saturday, July 27.
If you are not familiar with this newer holiday classic, Buddy, a young orphan, mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would-be elf is raised, unaware that he is actually a human, until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa’s permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father and discover his true identity. Faced with the harsh reality that his father is on the naughty list and that his half-brother doesn’t even believe in Santa, Buddy is determined to win over his new family and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas.
A great show for children of all ages, it will be performed by our Youth Theatre Workshop attendees who range from 1st to 8th grade. Some are new to our summer program and others have participated for years. They are ready to sing and dance and spread some holiday cheer.
Come support our fantastic youth actors and enjoy a holiday celebration mid-year!