Tag Archives: Firehouse

Auditions for the world premiere of THE ZOMBIE LIFE – FTP

By | January 5, 2020

Auditions for the world premiere of THE ZOMBIE LIFE by Chris Gavaler Directed by Joan Gavaler Performances begin August 19, 2020 THE ZOMBIE LIFE is a new play that is made up of a series of monologues from constantly shifting characters that are sometimes performed as solos and sometimes in various dialogue-like fugues. Firehouse is… Read More »

East coast premiere of Sharr White’s STUPID KID at Firehouse

By | December 15, 2019

Firehouse is pleased to produce the east coast premiere of Sharr White’s play STUPID KID. Performances begin Thursday, January 23, 2020 for a limited run of eleven performances thru Sunday, February 16, 2020. In Sharr White’s very dark and powerful comedy, Chick Ford surprises his parents when he returns home from prison after serving only… Read More »


By | December 7, 2019

Buck Dietz presentsSOME ENCHANTED EVENINGTues, March 31 @ 7:30pm$15 adv / $25 day ofBuck Dietz – winner of the prestigious Manhattan Association of Cabaret Awards – comes to Firehouse, bringing his Broadway and cabaret experiences to an evening that celebrates the magical legacy of America’s most beloved songs in “Some Enchanted Evening.” Conceived and directed… Read More »

Firehouse Theatre – Season 26 (2019/2010) – A SEASON OF RISK

By | April 21, 2019

Firehouse Theatre – Season 26 A SEASON OF RISK 2019/2020 “If you don’t risk anything, you risk even more.” -Erica Jong Risk is a paradox. We try to avoid or reduce risk, but we also seek it out — on roller coasters, in casinos, skydiving. Dangerous and exhilarating. Life threatening and life affirming. It would… Read More »

Actor Coaching and Consulting

By | January 15, 2017

Commonwealth Theatre Consulting is now offering coaching and consulting services!    Brandon Carter – Consultant  Conducting private actor coaching for almost a decade in Farmville, VA; New York, New York; State College, Pennsylvania; Newark, New Jersey, Carter is thrilled that so many of his students have gone on to theatre training programs, (New York Film… Read More »