We were founded in 1957 by Hilda Freeman for the purpose of bringing theater to the people of the Attleboros. Hilda shared her love of theatre with us for over seventy years, serving as president of the Attleboro Little Theatre (ACT's former entity) as well as directing numerous plays and assisting the organization in all capacities. Her legacy has left a strong foundation for a theatre that strives to be a part of the community as it offers plays in all genres at reasonable cost to our patrons.
To carry out our work, we are fortunate in having a substantial number of patrons who feel the group is doing something of critical value to the community. We are very grateful for their support, and we are always looking for other community minded citizens in the MA/RI area to join in our effort.
President - Jeanne Smith
Vice President - Jim Harvey
Treasurer - Mario Carneiro CPA
Recording Secretary - Erica Jewett
Publicity Secretary - Jo-Ann Vaughn
Attleboro Community Theatre is seeking directors and play proposals for its 59th Season. Productions are scheduled for December in 2015, and February, May and October in 2016. All submissions must include the name of the play, author, company that has the rights to the production, a budget and time period you would like to have the show.
Watch this page and the ACT Facebook page (link is below) for more information and updates on our Special Events
December 30, 2014
Attleboro Community Theatre will be holding auditions for our next production, "The Foreigner," written by Larry Shue and directed by Jim Sulanowski.
Auditions will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, January 7th and 8th from 7pm to 9pm at the Ezekiel Bates Masonic Lodge, 71 North Main Street, Attleboro MA.
Membership is open to anyone in the MA/RI area. Membership ($10) entitles you to voting rights at the annual election, emailed show and audition announcements, and the wonderful opportunity to become an active part of our theater family!