Stoneham Theatre produces 8 shows each year as part of the Mainstage series. As a professional not-for-profit regional theatre we work with the highest caliber of professional actors, directors and designers to create the highest quality theatre possible.
the young co.
Through the creation of inspiring live theatre, the young co. at Stoneham Theatre develops confidence, self-discipline and collaboration to prepare young actors for future success. the young co. offers diverse year-round programs for ages 3 - 18 taught in a professional theatre environment.
Introducing live theatre to young people is one of the most important things we do. the young co. at Stoneham Theatre gives students grades 2-12 -- and now children aged 3 - 6 -- the chance to explore the experience of performing in a friendly, fun environment.
Throughout the year, students may participate in workshops, rehearsals, and performances designed to develop important skills like teamwork and self-confidence.
Stoneham Theatre was originally built in 1917 as a venue for silent movies and vaudeville acts, and it became a popular entertainment spot for over 50 years.
In the early 1970s, Stoneham's beloved independent moviehouse was closed. It remained vacant for nearly three decades until an ambitious two-year restoration transformed the theatre into a 350-seat, state-of-the-art performance venue. On December 1, 2000, it celebrated a Grand Re-Opening.
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FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE AND POINTS NORTH: Follow I-93 South to Exit 36. Take a left at the light at the end of the ramp. Follow Montvale Avenue to Main Street and take a right. We're 1/2 mile ahead on the right.
FROM THE NORTH SHORE: Follow I-95/128 South to Exit 38A. Continue onto Route 28 South. We're 2 miles ahead on the right.
FROM BOSTON AND POINTS SOUTH: Follow I-93 North to Exit 34. Continue onto Route 28 North. We're 1 mile ahead on the left.
FROM THE SOUTH SHORE: Follow I-95/128 North to Exit 38A. Continue onto Route 28 South. We're 2 miles ahead on the right.
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