Theater & Dance
THEATRE & DANCE
Duxbury Performing Arts Center (Ellison Center for the Arts)
The Company Theatre http://companytheatre.com/
As a non-profit entity, The Company Theatre is committed to:
- Entertaining with accessible, high-quality theatre at affordable prices…
- Educating students of diverse cultural and financial backgrounds in all aspects of the performing and visual arts through an apprenticeship program and the Academy of the Company Theatre…
- And Enriching the cultural scene by giving people of all social and ethnic origins the opportunity to experience and participate in new and established theatrical works.
Registration for classes is now open! All programs are held at The Company Theatre. Click the link below for more information. Act Studio One
Holly Hill Farm www.hollyhillfarm.org
Holly Hill Farm is an organic farm located 25 miles southeast of Boston in the beautiful coastal town of Cohasset MA and has been in the White family for 5 generations. The Farm consists of 140 acres of land which includes 10 acres of open fields of which 3 acres are growing fields, historic buildings, greenhouses and diversified natural areas for educational purposes.
Performing Drama on the Farm. Ages 7-12
New Program! Actresses, actors, musicians, designers, and performers of all kinds come to the Farm, where all the world’s a stage and each must play a part. The play’s the thing for a fun, musical production on a magical Friday afternoon.
For the week, participants will learn scripts and songs, working with music, acting, costumes, and sets to present an original play written by Holly Hill Farm family members.
When: for more information visit Holly Hill Farm Summer Camps
The North River Theater building was originally built as a one room Norwell school house in 1865. If you look closely, you can still see the pattern of plugged holes in the floor, marking the locations of student chairs and desks.
In March of 1926, The Town of Norwell voted at its Annual Town Meeting, to grant the building and land at 513 River St., then known as Norwell Schoolyard District #7, to the local “Church Hill Improvement Association” (CHIA), the ancestral group of “North River Theater, Inc.” The first official meeting took place on the premises in February, 1927.
Through all those years a vast array of Plays, Shows, Dinners, and other events have been held in this wonderful “Gem in the Woods”. With an emphasis on quality entertainment!
South Shore Ymca www.ssymca.org
The South Shore YMCA Arts & Education Department is a growing and dynamic community dedicated to partnering with individuals and families in their expressive process. Our mission is to provide a welcoming environment for all ages and abilities to explore and discover the wonder of the arts. Contact LCA at 781-826-8048.
South Shore Conservatory www.sscmusic.org
The mission of the South Shore Conservatory is to provide access to quality education in the arts. Our programs bring families, friends, dedicated educators and performers together, creating community through the arts.