Act IV Theatre Group, originally envisioned as an in church group, rapidly enlarged its scope to a point where they are now attracting members and audiences, as well as high quality actors, from many communities in the central New Jersey area. The quality of the productions has been improving continuously over the years, and ACT IV has become a true community theatre.
908-756-0750 • www.fusp.org
Alliance Repertory Theatre Co., nominated for thirteen Perry Awards for acting, directing and production value, Alliance Rep is dedicated to producing distinctive, challenging and thought provoking theater, and to providing local actors, directors and writers the opportunity to display and expand their talents.
426 Springfield Avenue, Summit, NJ 07901 • www.alliancerep.org
Cranford Dramatic Club (CDC), established in 1919, is the longest continuously producing community theatre in the state of New Jersey. It produces three major shows each year as well as a children’s production during the holidays. A theatre building was constructed in 1957 and updated and renovated just a few years ago. 78 Winans Avenue, Cranford, NJ 07016.
908-276-7611 • www.cdctheatre.org
Hedgehog & Feather Theatre Co., a children’s theatre company whose mission is to educate and enlighten the children of Union County through exposure to and active participation in the world of theatre arts.
908-654-0894 • www.hedgehogandfeather.org
Kean University/Premiere Stages is proud to present a dynamic season of new works to New Jersey. We invite you to share in our eclectic mix of premiere plays, ground-breaking new films, and uniquely conceived educational programs.
1000 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ 07083 • www.kean.edu/premierstages
Kean University/Wilkins Theatre offers music, dance, theatre, concerts, lectures, family programs, school time and comedy.
1000 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ 07083. Box Office 908-737-SHOW (7469) • www.wilkinstheatre.com
Mystic Vision Players The resident community theatre company of Linden, NJ since 1992. Theatre experiences in drama, comedy, children’s works and large-scale Broadway style productions.
908-925-9068 • www.mysticvisionplayers.com
New Jersey Youth Theatre of Westfield is one of the most celebrated and critically acclaimed non-profit, youth theatre companies in the country. New Jersey Youth Theatre produces professional-level theatrical productions, musicals and plays, comprised primarily of aspiring young talent, which are presented in the premiere venues across the state.
908-233-3200 • www.njyouththeatre.org
Pineda Conservatory offers musical theater classes and opera for students of all ages. Each school year ends with a performance featuring all students in the program.
908-731-1377 • www.pinedaconservatory.com
Stony Hill Players major objectives as a theater group are: to produce a wide selection of stage productions including musicals and opera within our own resources but with a high degree of artistic ability; to promote and foster interest in all aspects of theater in our community including music and children’s theater; to offer a learning opportunity to amateur actors, singers, and production staff; and to reach as broad and diverse an audience as possible.
908-277-1732 • www.stonyhillplayers.org
Summit Playhouse Association was founded in 1918 as a World War I relief organization. Since then, they have mounted over 290 productions, making them one of the oldest continuously operating community theaters in the United States. They present three shows a year: a Fall show in November, a Winter show in February and March, and a Spring show in May. During the summer, Kaleidoscope, theater for youth, presents a production for and with students.
908-273-2192 • www.summitplayhouse.org
The Theater Project began in 1994 and is celebrating another season of producing new works and contemporary classics. An award-winning affiliate member of the New Jersey Theater Alliance, The Theater Project is known for its color-blind casting policy and provocative “actor’s view of theater” seating — the audience is on-stage with the actors, “where the action is.”
908-763-4029 • www.thetheaterproject.org
Troupe of Friends, Inc. is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, primarily for the public performance of the plays, sonnets, poems and other writing of William Shakespeare and other theatrical adaptations and for providing theatre arts instruction to children and the public in general.
Westfield Community Players, presenting plays since1934, offers a season of mystery, comedy and harmony.
1000North Avenue West, Westfield, NJ 07090.
Box Office 908-232-1221.Theater Office 908-232-9568 • www.westfieldcommunityplayers.org