About Our Auction
Join us for Act Out Theatre Group's benefit weekend. We will have a silent auction on June 6 and 7 online. Photos will be posted the week prior and bidding will begin June 6 at Noon.
Throughout the weekend, we will be sharing past rehearsal footage, virtual performances from current workshop participants, parent testimonies and more!
For more information or with questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out the full event: https://www.facebook.com/events/238692024221077/
About Act Out Theatre Group LLC
Act Out Theatre Group is an organization focusing on performance and education of the art of musical theatre. Our goal is to not only produce fine 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.
In 2017, Dan Pittman took over as Act Out Theatre's artistic director and owner after Candice and Conway Rowe (who first opened Act Out Theatre) decided to pursue other opportunities. Dan ran Act Out Theatre Group LLC at its Taylor location until 2018 when the building was unexpectedly put up for sale and sold. To keep the Act Out name alive and the arts program continuing, he found a new location at 150 E. Grove Street in Dunmore.
Nothing short of a massive Act Out Family effort allowed the theatre to close its final production at the Taylor location and move to Dunmore in a week. Nineteen days later, again thanks to the Act Out Family effort, Heathers: The Musical, School Edition opened on the Dunmore stage.
Since that first production, the theatre has gone through a number of changes, but the family spirit has remained. Theatre offerings have evolved to include adult productions, educational theatre camps for children, family fun nights and more community involvement opportunities. The theatre is committed to creative a safe, inclusive environment where all children and teens are encouraged to explore the arts. Smaller workshop opportunities allow for more individualized attention and for participants to be more than just a face in the crowd.