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Help Us Heat Our Blackbox Theater

The furnace in Schoolhouse Arts Center's Blackbox theater is over 25 years old and it is very difficult to find parts to fix it (and very expensive). It is need of repair and we have been told that it makes more sense to replace it than it does to fix it. Unfortunately, this is a major expense and we really need help raising the money. If you would like to contribute, please click the button below:

2018 Memberships Now Available!

As with most theaters, ticket sales cover only a portion of our costs and our productions would not be possible without additional financial contributions from community members who value the arts.

There are many benefits to becoming a member beyond supporting the arts, including voting rights at our annual meeting, tickets to shows, flex passes and more. Please click here for more information.

Please help keep the mission of Schoolhouse alive by becoming a member today by making a tax-deductible membership donation.

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Bruce Avery Scholarship Fund

The Bruce Avery Scholarship Fund has been established in loving memory of Bruce Avery, who supported Schoolhouse for many years as a director, teacher, mentor and much, much more. Schoolhouse would not be the same without Bruce and his ongoing dedication and commitment.

To donate, please click below:

The Daytime Players Have Been Revived!

The Daytime Players, originally organized by seniors for seniors, are actors of all ages. Their name originates from their choice to rehearse and perform primarily during the daytime, performing perform scripts written by playwrights in the group as well as published authors. The Daytime Players perform in theaters, halls, retirement homes, meeting rooms – basically, wherever there’s an audience!

If you are interested in getting involved, contact Jerry Walker or email Schoolhouse for more information.

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The Blackbox Teens Are Making a Difference!

The Blackbox Teens is a community service group that offers teens an opportunity to make new friends while learning life skills. They are the driving force behind transforming an underutilized space into an official Blackbox theater with a full roster of shows!

If you are 13 and up and want to come check it out, email us for more information.

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Schoolhouse's New & Improved Theater

There has been a flurry of activity at Schoolhouse Arts Center!  We are excited to announce that we have completed phases one and two of our major theater renovation.  Our new seating will now accomodate 150 people with a better views of the stage for every patron. The new renovations enable patrons to access the theater directly from the Gathering Room on the main floor and offer a new handicapped ramp with direct access to the theater. 

We have also completed our lighting upgrade to a new and improvement digital system. Future plans include a new and improved sound system and new curtains.  If you would like to contribute to Schoolhouse's New Theater Project, please click the button below:

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Click here for details about our 2018 shows

~ A Special Thank You ~
To Our Generous Supporters
For Helping Us Replace
Our Main Theater Furnace

  • Susan Voinché
  • The Lopez Family ~ in memory
  • of Roger & Kate Lopez
  • The Pahigian Family
  • Kelly Caufield
  • Jason Phillips
  • Jasmin Robinson
  • Kimberly Fallona
  • Steven Knapp
  • Margaret Desfosses ~ in memory
  • of BFF Jude
  • Leslie Penna
  • Sabrina Luy
  • Merryl Short
  • Kim Fogg
  • John Rimkunas ~ in memory
  • of Judy Lopez
  • Andy Heggeman
  • SunRise Corner
  • Judith Corrigan
  • Christine King
  • Frank Kendall
  • Catherine Bunk
  • Michael Harris ~ in memory
  • of Judy Lopez

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