Iron Horse Theatre Company's Mission:

 

 

The mission of the Iron Horse Theatre Company is to provide thought provoking and entertaining theater that will enrich the cultural life in what is now known as the "rust belt" area of southwestern Pennsylvania. We will provide the people of this community the opportunity to not only attend, but also to participate in quality presentations and theatrical works. The symbolic name, "Iron Horse" represents the hard-working and "iron-willed" people in this part of the world. It is in this spirit that we will create theatrical experiences that celebrate the grit, determination, and strength of the human character.

 

Your patronage and generous donations go directly to supporting this worthy mission.

Iron Horse Community Theatre is set to open Spring 2018 with a "Raise the Roof"' fundraising event! 

The Iron Horse Community Theatre, located at 348 Maplewood Avenue in Ambridge Pennsylvania, is having a "Raise the Roof" happy hour on May 4th from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. This exciting fundraising event includes nosh boards by Herban Touch Juice Lab along with fine wines and sweet treats. The event also features live music by Pittsburgh's own Scott and Rosanna. There will be 12 high-top bistro tables. Each of the tables can accommodate six guests. The sponsorship cost of each table is $1,000. Please click on the following link to learn about the benifits of sponsoring one of the hightop tables at this event:

 

Founding Stars

 

The money raised from this event will be used to complete the theatre project.

 

Click on the links below to see food by Herban Touch Juice Lab, and music by Scott and Rosanna.

 

https://www.herbantouchjuicelab.com/

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hth84ws0wgI

 

If you are interested in sponsoring a table, or if you would like more information please call: (724) 263-0075.

 

Once completed, this venue will not only provide a very intimate theatre experience (68 seats and two additional spaces for wheelchairs), but it will also provide a community room for art, photography, music, dance, voice, acting, and even yoga.

 

Click on the link below to see our video of the theatre.

 

https://youtu.be/AcUGKChwrrk

 

 

Also, read what the Sewickley Herald reported on 9.9.16

 

Currently we are in need of skilled and unskilled labor for the renovation work done most Saturdays from 10 - 4. If you would like to volunteer some of your time and talent to help with the renovation, please contact us via e-mail or call (724) 263-0075. We would love to have you join us.

 

Please donate to this worthy cause so that our community can have a venue it truly deserves, and one we can all be proud of. 

 

 

 

 

Summer Acting Workshop  

Grades 5-8

During this two-week (Monday through Friday each week) workshop at the Iron Horse Community Theatre, students will explore the fundamental building blocks of the craft of acting, and apply these skills through a performance for their family and friends at the end of the two-week session.

Students in this program explore various acting techniques through a series of exercises that will help them establish a firm acting foundation. We will also provide some lessons in voice (singing) and choreographed dance as well. 

This program for young actors emphasizes the connection to both text and scene partners. With the guidance of our teachers, the students will spend their first week engaged in various improvisation games and formats. In addition, we will bring in experienced performers to not only talk about their experiences working as theater professionals, but to share some fun acting techniques as well. 

The second week of this workshop will encompass rehearsing from a script. Students will also prepare costumes, props, and technical needs, ensuring that their performance at the end of the two-week workshop is a success. While we encourage all students to act in the final show, we are always open to allowing someone who may be more interested in the technical aspects (lights and sound) of a show, to shine in that area as well.

Each day there will be four hours (10 am - 2pm) of acting techniques and rehearsals.  We will stop around noon to eat lunch (Students will need to pack a lunch each day, except the last day. We will have a pizza party celebration on the final day). The last day concludes with a showcase performance that demonstrates the growth and skills of the young actors.

The two-week workshop begins Monday, July 9 and concludes Friday, July 20. Final performance will be Friday, July 20 at 2:00 pm for the family and friends of the students. The performance will be about 30 minutes.

Cost of the two-week workshop is 300.00 per student or 275.00 if paid early by June 30. Credit cards are accepted.

 

You can call (724) 263-0075 to enroll over the phone, or send a check or money order (made out to Iron Horse Theatre Company) along with the name and age of the young actor you would like to enroll to Iron Horse Theatre Company, 348 Maplewood Ave. Ambridge, Pa. 15003 . This camp has limited spaces, so we recommend enrolling early!

News and Reviews: Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune

The setting is a walk-up apartment on Manhattan's West Side where, as the curtain rises, Frankie (a waitress) and Johnny (a short-order cook who works in the same restaurant) are discovered in bed. It is their first encounter, after having met several weeks ago on the job, and Frankie is hopeful that Johnny will now put on his clothes and depart, so she can return to her usual routine of watching TV and eating ice cream. But Johnny, a compulsive talker (and romantic), has other ideas. He is convinced that he loves Frankie, a notion that she, at first, considers to be ridiculous. She has had more disappointments than delights in life, and he is the veteran of one broken marriage already. And neither of them is in the bloom of youth. Yet out of their sometimes touching, sometimes hilarious interplay the promise of a relationship beyond a "one-night stand" does begin to emerge and, as the lights dim, the two are back in bed again, but this time side-by-side, holding hands before the glowing television screen. 

 

Terrence McNally's  romantic comedy is playing at the Iron Horse Community Theatre this June 1st through the17th.  Tickets go on sale this April. Don't miss it!!

 

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