This Friday is Arts Matter Day!

In the next few weeks leading up to the general election on November 4th, the candidates for state office will continue to discuss the strengths and challenges of the Commonwealth and debate how to strengthen the economy, improve our schools, and make our communities healthier and safer.

The Drama Studio and the non-partisan Create the Vote coalition have partnered with 250 organizations across the state to make sure that arts, culture, and creativity are a part of this important discussion.

Join us for Arts Matter Day, October 24th by sharing why art matters to you and should matter in this election. Take the Arts Matter pledge and share your Arts Matter story with a photo or video. Whenever you're enjoying some arts and culture, snap a photo, post it to social media and tag it #ArtsMatterDay.



Announcing our Fall show:

The Murders at Argos

by David Foley

Directed by Dan Morbyrne

The Murders at Argos updates the ancient Greek drama of The Oresteia with Electra and Orestes as murderous teens. The vengeful Clytemnestra kills her husband when he returns from the war, and her daughter Electra, disaffected and rebellious, persuades her fragile brother to take revenge. The tormented Orestes, pursued by the Furies, flees across Greece. Only Iphigeneia, returning 10 years after she was sacrificed to the gods, brings peace and reconciliation to her troubled family. 

The Murders at Argos is a tragicomic riff on guilt, innocence, crime, and redemption.

Remaining Performances:

Friday, October 24th, 7:30pm

Saturday, October 25th, 7:30pm

Sunday, October 26th, 6:30pm


 

Due to mature language and violent imagery, the play is recommended for ages 13 and over.

 

Tickets are $18 for adults 

and $10 for students (under age 18).

 

To reserve your tickets, 

call the Studio at 413-739-1983

or email mat@dramastudio.org.


About the Drama Studio:

The Drama Studio is one of a handful of after-school acting conservatories in the United States where a young actor can intensively study and advance through a theatre curriculum before he or she is 18. 

Join our conservatory theatre for one of our 26+ after school classes, 6 vacation camps, and many yearly performance opportunities, or contact us about educational touring productions, literacy workshops, and field trip opportunities.


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