Member, New Jersey Theater Alliance
 
<  Phone: (973) 383-0510 tristateactorstheater@centurylink.net

TAT
About Tri-State Actors Theater: Current Information, 2018

About Tri-State Actors Theater: Current Information, 2018

  A Note from Paul Meacham, Artistic Director To Everyone who has supported us, our audience and friends: Tri-State Actors Theater is at present not producing or presenting any mainstage productions, intern training programs or children’s plays. WE ARE PREPARING AND WILL PRESENT A PLAY READING IN JUNE. (PLEASE LOOK AT THE POST BELOW THIS ONE.) And...
New Play Reading: TO TRAMPLE THE DRAGON---June 28-29

New Play Reading: TO TRAMPLE THE DRAGON—June 28-29

TRI-STATE ACTORS THEATER and DOVER LITTLE THEATRE present A New Play Reading –TO TRAMPLE THE DRAGON, by Peter Mitsopoulos 2 Performances, 8:00PM, JUNE 28-29 DOVER LITTLE THEATRE, 9 Elliot St., Dover NJ 07801 Admission by Donation   A play that touches the loss we have all known, and the love that helps us survive… It’s...
Developing New Works: New Play Readings

Developing New Works: New Play Readings

Over the years and seasons at Tri-State Actors, we have presented many play reading for our audiences and to assist the playwrights in the development of their works. We have also given several of our play readings full productions on our stages, such as ERICA’S LAST MISSION, THE VIEW FROM HARRY’S BAR, RAIN IN THE...
American Plays and Tri-State Actors

American Plays and Tri-State Actors

American plays run the gumut from serious drama to raucous comedy, and we have presented many of them.  We have produced some of the plays of writers we all recognize as world figures–Tennessee Williiams, Arthur Miller– and writers who create American plays that make us laugh and cry out loud–David Auburn, Edward Albee, Neil Simon,  Jeffrey...
Tri-State's Shakespeare

Tri-State’s Shakespeare

Over our many seasons of entertaining, challenging productions, Tri-State has presented inventive, thought provoking stagings of Shakespeare’s work.   The words this great playwright wrote were never altered in our productions, but it has always been our mission to make these works accessible to our audiences who may or may not have been familiar with Shakespeare’s...