"THE VALLEY'S MOST adventurously eclectic new ensemble." 

-Chris Rohmann, The Valley Advocate, 2013


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foundational acting techniques

with Toby Vera Bercovici & Jeannine Haas

4 Mondays in October!

More Info & Registration HERE


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Weekend Workshop: suzuki movement intensive with maria porter

Friday, October 11 - Sunday, October 13

More Info & Registration on our CLASSES & WORKSHOPS page.


one weekend only: October 24-27, ape@33 hawley street (northampton community Arts Trust Building)

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athena

by Gracie Gardner

directed by Ellen Morbyrne, starring Rachel Hall & Syl Simmons

“… [A] fierce and lovely comedy … two high school fencers forge a tenuous friendship, advancing and retreating as they train together. They're practicing for Nationals. They're practicing for life.” -- The New York Times, Feb. 19, 2018

Check out our CURRENT PRODUCTIONS page for more info! Buy Tickets HERE.

Lead sponsorship provided by Pioneer Valley Fencing Academy in Easthampton.


Looking to join our second sunday open trainings?

CLICK HERE to visit our Classes & Workshops page.


Support our 2019 fundraising campaign!

We are so thankful for our first fabulous five years! And we have big plans for the next five….

LEARN MORE & DONATE HERE


Real Live Theatre is a cooperatively produced theatre company based in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. As a collective of theatre artists, we seek to create unique, dynamic, and powerful pieces of storytelling. We are committed to working as an ensemble, to training in our craft, to discovering new ways to tell old stories and to generating new stories, and we are committed to excellence in our art. We support ourselves and each other to reach our highest potential as storytellers and performance artists. We seek to engage with our communities - local, regional, national, international, and global. We believe that which stories we tell and how we tell them matters. Real Live Theatre is exactly what we do and who we are and we bring the fullness of our love and courage to this art.

"I REGARD THE THEATRE as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being."

 -Oscar Wilde

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