There are two performance spaces, one in a charming, converted 360-seat barn and Stage 2 in Bok Gallery, a smaller more intimate space. TriArts is a "teaching theatre" (like a "teaching hospital") designed to further the growth of artists, both onstage and offstage. Novice actors of all ages are trained and mentored, experienced actors find opportunities to enhance their careers and emerging writers showcase their work. It is a professional theatre – producing quality theatre with Broadway caliber talent.
The 2013 Summer Season at TriArts Sharon Playhouse features
Monty Python’s SPAMALOT (June 26-July 7)
DOUBT (July 11-14)
THEY’RE PLAYING OUR SONG (July 19-28)
13, The Musical (August 2-4)
DAMN YANKEES (August 14-25).
TriArts Sharon Playhouse (Alice Bemand, Executive Director; John Simpkins, Artistic Director) is a not-for-profit theatre. It features a live orchestra for musicals, is air conditioned and handicap accessible. In addition to producing mainstage musicals and many special events each summer season, TriArts also offers a summer youth theatre program, workshops and readings of new musicals, concerts, and special events throughout the year in its Stage 2 at Bok Gallery. The adjoining patio offeres a location to sit and relax before a show. Food is served on Friday and Saturday evening before performance. Patio Cabarets, showcasing the talents of the actors occur throughout the summer immediately following a performance and are free of charge.
For more information on TriArts Sharon Playhouse, please visit www.triarts.net or call 860-364-SHOW (7469).