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ActorsNET is more than a community theater...


Now more than ever, we need human connection.

Community-based theater enriches the lives of those who take part in it, and those who benefit from attending. ActorsNET productions are storytelling experiences; some are lighthearted, while others are deep and thought-provoking.

When you support ActorsNET, you become part of the storytelling process. You nurture artists, craftspeople, and new works — and you invest in the local community.

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, we rely on the generosity of donors and patrons. Your tax-deductible donation supports the arts and is critical in helping us continue to bring high quality programming to the community.

You’ve got talent.


ActorsNET offers open auditions and we are always looking for future stars. No experience is required to audition.


At ActorsNET, we strive to provide people of all backgrounds the opportunity to participate in live theater productions. We encourage applicants regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender identification, national origin, ability or sexual orientation to join us.


ActorsNET volunteers are stars.


ActorsNET volunteers are encouraged to get involved in any facet of production, including acting, building sets, operating lights, directing, stage managing, designing posters, prop sourcing, making costumes, selling concessions and ushering. We offer an energizing environment to collaborate with artists, learn something new, and help create some of the most exceptional regional theatre in the Pennsylvania/New Jersey area.


Discover your child’s potential.


Offer your child an opportunity to express their inner Broadway star. Our highly interactive program gives budding actors — ages 7-17 — a chance to participate in an original production where every child is guaranteed a role.


Students will act, sing and dance, learn basic theater vocabulary and operations, and collaborate with others to produce a show.


This four-week program is facilitated by a local director who creates an original musical theater show specifically for this class. Past participants have gone on to careers in performing arts, including regional theatre, Broadway and the music industry.