Our casts 2005-2012
Please explore our website...there's tons of information to be found via the navigation buttons to your left. We'll also periodically list below, items of particular note, with some direct and some not so direct relevance to Acting Up. For optimal viewing results, please use Google Chrome for PC, Google Chrome for Mac, Safari, or Firefox web browsers. Internet Explorer 6 will likely give you the worst possible experience...at least upgrade to a newer version of Internet Explorer.
Auditions Dec. 1-2
We will be auditioning actors, ages 6-18.
Performances will be March 20-22.
So Many Lines, So Little Time. Just cast in a new production, and now trying to figure out how you'll possibly learn all those lines in time? Never fear, we have some tips to make this process just a bit easier, and your acting better for it. Click here for more info. And yes, there is an app for that.
Facing the Facts of Cyber Presence. Yes, we now have a Facebook page in addition to our website. Why? I guess you like us, you really, really like us. You can also follow us on Twitter (Acting Up) and Instagram (ActingUpMason).
Theatre Camp. Since we get so many questions about theatre camps, we've created a listing of theatre camps we are aware of.
You like us, you really like us! At Acting Up, we think it's fun to hear nice things about our organization. Join in on the fun and check out our Kudos page.
Help Get the Word Out. Help spread the word about Acting Up by downloading and posting our general "poster" at your favorite Starbucks, Panera Bread, Borders bookstore or other establishment kind enough to have a community bulletin board. Click for a copy of the poster. Thank-you for your support! [Poster updated 11/9/2009.]
Keep in Touch. We always like to know what other area productions our Acting Up alumni may be involved in. If you have been a member of any Acting Up production, and are currently in another production, drop us a note with the details and we'll post it on our Where Are They Now? (WATN?) page. Who knows, you may see several familiar faces in the audience!
Paranormal Theatre - A Frightful Way to Support Acting Up! Webmaster, acting coach, and periodic director for Acting Up, Brahm Corstanje is The Haunted One®, providing theatrical demonstrations of extra sensory powers and spirit manifestations, for entertainment purposes. Available for hire for your next home or business social function ideally for groups of 13 to 130. Fees paid for the performance are tax deductible as they become direct contributions to Acting Up. Click for more information on booking The Haunted One®.
Donations Always Welcome.
Acting Up is a wholly volunteer organization. We also don't charge participation fees. We rely solely on volunteerism, ticket sales and the generosity of donors to keep our award winning productions going. Visit our Patronage Page for details on donation options. In a hurry? Just click on the following Donate button.
Our Corporate Friends
The following organizations have been kind enough to donate services, facilities and/or funding for the betterment of our organization and/or productions. Click here to find out how to become a corporate or individual patron of Acting Up.
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