The mission of Arlington Children's Theatre is to embrace, enrich, educate and entertain children and their families, within the Boston area, through its commitment to a unique, quality, theatre program.
Established in 1991, Arlington Children's Theatre of Arlington, Massachusetts is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating positive theatrical experiences for children aged 7 through 18. ACT is an all-volunteer organization, made up of families who wish to have fun and work hard to bring theater to life. We hire theater professionals to teach our workshops and direct our shows. Each show relies on the participation of adult volunteers involved in every aspect of the production: lighting, costumes, make-up, set construction, set crew, etc.
Participation in an ACT production is open to any child, from any town, who is willing to work with the directors and fellow actors. No prior theatrical experience is required.
For announcements of shows, auditions, workshops and other activities of the ACT, please sign up for our e-mail mailing list.
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“Near the end, you don't know
what's going to happen, ...
It's the thrill that gets you.”
"ACT is a great theatre company and everyone is so nice here... [It's] a great community of kids and parent volunteers ..."
Arlington Children's Theatre
Listed in 12 Great Children's Theaters Across the US by Backstage Magazine.
Stephanie Martin Scholarship
Congratulations to this year's Stephanie Martin Scholarship Winners: Emma Rose Long, Gillian Buckley, and Melissa Rawson.
ACT offers many opportunities for kids of all ages to participate in the creation of each show in addition to or in place of acting. It takes all kinds of talents to bring a successful production to the stage. Contact us at: email@example.com to learn more about being a part of creating costumes, sets, props, run crew or ushering.
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Last updated: Tue Oct 11 2016 19:10 EDT