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Playhouse 615


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Playhouse 615, an arts organization and event space, is managed by two local theatre veterans:  Ann Street-Kavanagh and Joel Meriwether. Between them, they have over sixty years experience in live performance. Ann is serving as Managing Director, teaching acting classes and one-on-one coaching. She is also the Artistic Director for Mischief Makers, the children’s theatre in residence. Joel is Artistic Director for The Ensemble, the adult acting troupe, within the Playhouse 615 umbrella. Our black box theatre seats up to 50. Our space is also available to rent for rehearsals, productions. classes and events.

Upcoming events!

Once upon a time, there were three little pigs.  And they were hysterical!  Join us Saturdays and Sundays throughout June. Check back for times.

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  Playhouse 615 is pleased to announce auditions for the inaugural production of our children’s theatre troupe, Mischief Makers.

   Mischief Makers will audition actors for its ensemble on Saturday, April 24 at 2:00 pm and Sunday, April 25 at 6:00 pm for a contemporary stage adaptation of “The Three Little Pigs”.

  Headshots and resumes welcomed, but not required; vaccine cards, if applicable. Otherwise, all Covid Protocols will be observed; masks are required. Auditions will be cold readings from the script.

  All roles are open: five men and two women.


  Performances will run for Saturday and Sunday matinees throughout the month of June.

Directing is Ann Street-Kavanagh, Managing Director of Playhouse 615 and Artistic Director of Mischief Makers.

Please email the theatre with any questions at

        What's new!
Acting Classes & Private Coaching
Class size limited at this time.  Masks and social distancing required.
The Guys
by Anne Nelson
on YouTube!
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A Playhouse 615 YouTube workshop production

Directed by Joel Meriwether

Nick played by Bowd Beal

Joan played by Ann Street-Kavanagh

A FDNY Captain who reaches out to a writer  to help him write the eulogies for the eight men he lost on 9/11.

Special thanks to Ryan Hopkins and David Wright for filming and editing our production.