To enroll or for more information on upcoming shows or workshops please call: 717-504-0829

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We are so thankful to everyone who has purchased our spirit wear, bought advanced tickets, purchased registrations for upcoming shows, and shared our posts! Thank you, thank you, thank you! Stay safe. Be well. See you soon!

Act Out's Giving Tree: Looking for a way to support children and the arts? We've added new options to our Act Out Giving Tree; apple blossoms and blue birds have now joined our leaves and apples.

Apple blossoms are $25
Leaves are $40
Apples are $100
Blue Birds are $125

Contributions from the fund will go directly toward helping us pay our back rent that we are carrying from the shut down last spring, as well as to improvements to our education center and theatre, and our diversity scholarship fund!

When making your donation, please let us know what name to use on the option you chose. Click here to make your donation.


Our Giving Tree is a permanent installment in our downstairs lobby. Please email with any questions or concerns.

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Act Out's Diversity Scholarship: Please consider contributing to our Diversity Scholarship Fund. All proceeds raised through this fund will go towards increasing the diversity on the Act Out stage.

To donate, please click HERE.

As part of our commitment to increasing the diversity on our stage, we will match scholarships given from the fund for up to two additional participants per workshop. Our goal is to not only to produce quality art but to facilitate an educational and fun social climate where students ages 4 to seniors in high school can be free to express themselves without judgment, to learn about music and theatre, and to share a common passion among peers.

CURRENTLY, we are accepting submissions for those interested in receiving a scholarship. To apply, please click HERE.

Email with any questions or concerns.





High School Musical 2: Summer Teen Intensive: Bet on it! Our summer teen intensive is brand new and we cannot contain our excitement!

For ages 11 to graduating seniors, our one act teen intensive ends with a final musical production!


The intensive takes place Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Final musical performances will be July 31 and Aug.1 and will take place outdoors.

Registration is $200.

What time is it? Summertime! Register soon; a limited number of spots remain.

Click here to register. For more information, email


Summer Theatre Camp: For ages 4 through 10.


Our summer theatre camp teaches kids the ins and outs of theatre through plenty of games, crafts and other activities.

We are so very excited to be spending our last day of camp at Safari Farm Petting Zoo (just a short drive from the theatre). 

We'll also be holding our camp performance there

at 4:15 p.m. on July 16. The performance is open to family and


There are two half day sessions or a full day option!

July 12 through 16

Half days are 9 a.m. to noon OR 1 to 4 p.m. 

Full days are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

$125 for a half day 

$225 for a full day 

Aftercare is available for an additional fee.

Click here to register. For more information, email

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High School Musical 2: One Act Edition: What time is it? Summertime!

Our summer intensive for teens will perform High School Musical 2 (one act edition) outdoors at the Slope Amphitheater in Pittston (47 Broad Street, Pittston).


There are two chances for you to catch this summertime production! All tickets are $10.


Noon on Saturday, July 31**

5 p.m. on Saturday, July 31


** Following the noon performance, the cast will also present a cabaret to showcase some of the other activities they works on this summer. 

Tickets can be purchased here.

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At Home at the Zoo: Directed by Erin McLaughlin and featuring an adult cast of Tony Thomas, Justin Topa and Kate Weston.

Join us at the Safari Farm Petting Zoo as we present this Edward Albee play, formerly titled Peter & Jerry.The play explores themes of isolation, loneliness, miscommunication as anathematization, social disparity and dehumanization in a materialistic world. The famous play "The Zoo Story" is paired with its prequel "Homelife" to create a show that will have you laughing on the floor!

7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 5

7 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 6

7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7

At Home At the Zoo will be presented at Safari Farm Petting Zoo (1675 Mt. Cobb Rd in Lake Ariel). Seating is limited. General admission seating is $12. You can also reserve a picnic table (seats up to 8 for $70. Tickets can be purchased here.

NOTE: Mature topics and language. Not suitable for children; parents, please use your discretion.


For more information, email

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