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TRI-STATE TAKES THEATER ON THE ROAD IN AND AROUND SUSSEX COUNTY

TRI-STATE TAKES THEATER ON THE ROAD IN AND AROUND SUSSEX COUNTY Sussex County’s own PATRICIA DURANTE plays Lilly in THE RED BALLOON at AN OPEN BOOK Bookstore, February 19 in Newton, NJ. Sussex…Tri-State Actors Theater is presenting theater in a new way in 2011, as they go out into all areas of Sussex County and...
ROMEO & JULIET STAGED BY TRI-STATE ACTORS THEATER IN SUSSEX, NJ

ROMEO & JULIET STAGED BY TRI-STATE ACTORS THEATER IN SUSSEX, NJ

ROMEO & JULIET STAGED BY TRI-STATE ACTORS THEATER IN SUSSEX, NJ SUSSEX, N.J.– “For never was a story of more woe, than this of Juliet and her Romeo.” So ends Shakespeare’s most admired and possibly most commonly produced play. But there is nothing common about Tri-State Actors Theater’s production of “Romeo and Juliet.” Director Paul...

TRI-STATE’S CHALLENGING NEW ADVENTURE!

TRI-STATE’S CHALLENGING NEW ADVENTURE! Happy New Year from Tri-State Actors Theater! For the past several months — at our events and in our written communications — we have been hinting about our emerging plans for upcoming seasons.  That’s because we’ve been engaged in a strategic planning process to determine how Tri-State will move forward.  Our...

WINTER WORKSHOPS NOW REGISTERING FOR 2011

WINTER WORKSHOPS NOW REGISTERING FOR 2011 Sussex…Tri-State Actors Theater is now registering Winter Classes for Children, Teen, and Adult Acting. Advance sign-up can be made by phone by calling 973 875-2950. Teen Classes for ages 13-17, will begin in January with Tri-State Artistic Director, Paul Meacham. Classes will learn the basic skills of acting, work on...

Review: ‘A Christmas Carol’ in Sussex, N.J.

Review: ‘A Christmas Carol’ in Sussex, N.J. By  Cynthia O. Topps For the Times Herald-Record 12/15/10 SUSSEX, N.J. — Charles Dickens wrote “A Christmas Carol” more than 167 years ago. Did he foresee that it would endure and remain popular for so long? He certainly had no idea that it would be made into so...