Become A Season Ticket Holder !!

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Become a Season ticket holder!!!

Arch Angel- $275- Four tickets to each play and a $95 tax deduction

Seraphim- $200- Four tickets to each play and a $20 tax deduction

Cherubim- $180- Four tickets to each play

Angel- $90- Two tickets to each play

Patron- $45- One ticket to each play

*Excludes Summer Musical

ACTA is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. ACTA receives support from the Jefferson County Community Arts Fund, administered by the Cultural Alliance of Greater Birmingham.

ACTA Theater – 225 Parkway Drive, Trussville 35173

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ACTA Theater – 225 Parkway Drive, Trussville 35173


Week nights/Saturday @ 7:00 and  Sunday @ 2:30

Ticket prices:

Adult - $12.00 Summer Musical - $15.00

Students/Children – $8.00 Summer Musical - $10.00

Seniors (60+) – $10.00 Summer Musical$12.oo



DIRECTOR –  Angela Taylor

December 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, & 13


December 19 @ 7:00

As this year’s annual fundraiser, ACTA theater is very excited to present in concert Brandi Ross Overbeck . This holiday performance “Meet Me Under the Mistletoe” will be Saturday night, December 19, 2015 at 7:00 at the theater.
Alabama native, Brandi Overbeck’s diverse vocal repertoire spans Broadway, Jazz, Pop, and Standards. Brandi studied classical voice on scholarship at Jefferson State Community College and was a soprano in the performing group “Jefferson State Singers”. She also studied with, John Ray, currently at Belmont College, and with Drama Desk nominee for Jekyll and Hyde, Linda Eder, who is currently performing nationwide.  Last summer she performed in ACTA Theater’s “Fiddler on the Roof” as Grandma Tzeitel. She has also performed on Nashville’s “Be a Star”, Nashville’s Blue Bird Café, Alabama Nursing Home Association, and Springfest stages. In 2015, she has performed the “Hits of Barbra Streisand at Leeds Theater and Performing Arts Center and Alabama Piano Gallery. Her most recent performance was “ The Lady Sings the Blues” at Alabama Piano Gallery.
Tickets are $10.00 and will be sold at the door the night of the performance. No reservations will be taken..first come first serve!  Doors will open at 6:15. For more information, call the theater at 655-3902.



DIRECTOR – Angie McGowan

February 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28



DIRECTOR – Paige Turner

April 22, 23, 24, 29, 30 & May 1

Upcoming Auditions

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ACTA Theatre announces auditions on January 4 and 5 at 7:00 at the theater  for their winter production, “Lost In Yonkers” by Neil Simon, directed by Angie McGowan. Roles are available for two teenage boys, two men, and three women. All roles are open (please see character descriptions below). All actors will read from the script. Resumes and headshots are optional.

Show dates are February 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28.

Jay – 15-year-old (male) The death of his mother forces him to be more mature than he is ready to be when his father leaves him and his younger brother with his family so he can sell scrap iron during World War Two.

Artie – 13-year-old (male) Jay’s younger brother. More of an observer than the rest of his family, he often goes with the flow of things, but also can be a little childish.

Bella – 35-year-old (female) Jay’s aunt. She is sometimes a bit off-center and is mentally challenged, but despite this she is also loving and protective of her nephews.

Louie – Late 30s (male) Jay’s flamboyant, jovial uncle who comes to live with the family when he is hiding from the local mob. He is considered by Grandma Kurnitz to be the “survivor” of the family. He works as a “bag-man” for the mob.

Grandma Kurnitz – 70s-80s (female) Jay’s grandmother. She is a very old and stern woman. Owing to her harsh childhood, she has always been very intolerant of what in others she calls “weaknesses”. She is blunt, sometimes even in a funny way, and always knows what is going on with the people around her. Originally played on Broadway by Irene Worth.

Eddie – Late 40s – Early 50s (male) Jay’s father. After the death of his wife, he is forced to send his two sons to live with their grandmother, while he repays his large financial debts. He is shown to be, much like his sisters, a nervous wreck around Grandma.

Gert – 40s (female) She is Jay’s aunt, and Grandma’s daughter. She is a very interesting addition to the family. Her most noticeable issue is that when she breathes she has a tendency to suck in while still speaking, as a result of trauma instilled in her by Grandma from a young age.