Theatre, Classes, Event Space
WHO WE ARE
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.
Once upon a time, there were three little pigs. And they were hysterical! Nadine demands that her wolf husband get a pig for an upcoming dinner party. Enter the three pigs! Can they outsmart the sly, Buck Wolf? Or will they be the main course?
Join us Saturdays @ 10:30 a.m. and Sundays @ 2:30 p.m. throughout June.
Tickets are $10., free for those under 2 and can be purchased through Eventbright or at the door!
Stay tuned for uncoming auditions!
Acting Classes & Private Coaching
Class size limited at this time. Masks and social distancing required.
by Anne Nelson
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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.