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JUNE 2-12
Blithe Spirit
A comedy play by Noël Coward; Adapted by Daniel Kozar.
A hauntingly funny play set in modern-day Provincetown.
JULY 14-16 - DINNER THEATRE
PHYRO-GIANTS
A one-act play by Michael Blieden; Directed by Becky Smith. Phyro-Giants exposes the stories of 4 friends in a post-dinner conversation.

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COMING IN AUGUST
Our Town
A timeless drama of life in the mythical village of Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire.

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MORINI GALLERY
SPRING ART EXHIBITION
Through June 12
SPRING 2022 Recital
VIDEO
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MMAS Academy
SUMMER CLASSES & PROGRAMS
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Classes available for all ages: kids, teens, and adults.
KIDS
Calling all kids!
Lots of variety for the young performer in your house!
AGES 12 & UP
Song Cycles
Song Cycles Performance will explore musical theater works which are considered “song cycles,” and Song Cycles: Creation (Part 2), students will be guided through the process of writing their own song cycle.
AGES 10 & Up
Forget About The Boy
Featuring excerpts from the Broadway show Thoroughly Modern Millie, learn theater technique and performance skills.
Secondary Shows
JUNE 2-12
Blithe Spirit
A comedy play by Noel Coward; Directed by Daniel Kozar and presented with a twist: A hauntingly funny play set in modern-day Provincetown.
JULY 15-16
PHYRO-GIANTS
A new studio production: A one-act play by Michael Blieden; Directed by Becky Smith. Phyro-Giants exposes the stories of 4 friends in a post-dinner conversation.

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Aug. 5-6-7
Our Town
A timeless drama of life in the mythical village of Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire.

Details / tickets coming soon
Sept 22-Oct 2
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
Don’t miss our playful retelling of one of Shakespeare’s most beloved and widely performed plays.
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AUDITION NOTICE – Sweeney Todd
AUDITION NOTICE — Sweeney Todd — 7/10-7/11
AUDITION NOTICE – A Midsummer Night’s Dream – 7/24-7/25
AUDITION NOTICE — A Midsummer Night's Dream — 7/24-725
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The Mass Arts Center no longer requires people to wear masks.
Masks are encouraged for anyone at high risk or those who have been in close contact with an infected person. We ask you not to come to the theater if you feel sick or have been in contact with a COVID-positive person. Our ticket sales are final, but you can gift your tickets to friend or family to use.

Karen Friend

Volunteer

“Working as a volunteer at Mass Arts Center has been an incredibly rewarding experience. The staff is very welcoming and does an excellent job of training new volunteers. Volunteers are kept engaged and matched to departments that best fit their interests and skill sets.”

Dave Rattigan

comedian

“This is the little theater that could. From the first show that I did at the tiny (former home), I have marveled at the creativity, talent and drive of the people involved. From Ken (Butler) to the volunteers and audience of supporters and everyone else involved, there is an affable, warm kinship and the shared focus of enjoying the best possible performance. It’s great energy, and wonderful to be part of.”



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Programs of the Mass Arts Center are supported with grants from Massachusetts Tourism (VisitMA.com), Massachusetts Cultural Council, the MCC Facilities Fund and the Local Cultural Councils of Attleboro, Easton, Foxborough, Mansfield, North Attleborough, Norton, and Sharon.