Our 39th Season will be marked by a collection of original works, classical works and, of course, the fast-paced comedy of Panto! Join us for free outdoor theater in Maudslay State Park and downtown Newburyport, as well as the community-wide fundraisers that help support the arts and arts education for all.
For detailed event information, click here to view our performance calendar.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, it’s time once again for our Spring Panto! This time around we’ll be following the (mis)adventures of Jack and friends as they take the path much less traveled by, and learn some valuable lessons along the way…!!!
Once again at Spencer Peirce Little Farm, TITO is proud to partner with this non-profit award-winning international youth circus once again for our Summer Fundraiser! This amazing troupe of extraordinary circus performers never fails to dazzle and delight every year.
ADMISSION: $23 for adults and $19 for kids 12 and under. Tickets at www.smirkus.org, Henry Bear's Park (Formerly Eureka! Toys) (cash or check only) or at the gate 1/2 hour before show.
We're bringing back an updated version of this classic holiday tale, complete with adorable mice, evil stepsisters and a prince who isn't always exactly charming. It’s everything that you loved the first time you saw A Cinderella Panto!, with plenty of fresh surprises. At The Firehouse Center for the Arts.
Shakespeare teaches us universal truths about humanity. In Much Ado About Nothing, we are reminded that the challenges of trying to communicate with the opposite sex and the pitfalls of stereotyping are age-old themes. Watch Beatrice and Benedick, Hero and Claudio navigate pride, trickery and hilarity on their road to love.
Join us for a special encore presentation of Poe in The Ellen T. Brown Memorial Chapel at the Oak Hill Cemetery in Newburyport.
Using music, macabre pageantry and shadow puppetry, TITO's ensemble will explore the emotional tension and otherworldly atmosphere that underscore Poe‘s works.
DUE TO LIMITED SPACE, ADVANCE RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT.
First performed in 431bc, Euripides' Medea is, on one level, a classical Greek tragedy about a wife who crosses a terrible boundary to punish her unfaithful husband. Yet there are many levels worth exploring in this tale of revenge and justice, and our talented ensemble promises to take you on a thought-provoking journey.
NOTE: Please be aware, this is a Greek Tragedy dealing with difficult themes. For a synopsis of the story, please click here.
Join a cast of all ages for a one-hour walk through eerie vignettes, spooky sketches and haunting scenes. Intended for all ages, so bring the whole family for a variety of tricks and treats.
ADMISSION: $10; Children 4 and under free (Parking in the Maudslay State Park lot: $5 in-state & $10 for out-of-state.)
thank you to our sponsors
ADDITIONAL THANKS TO
Jeremy & Arlene Barnard
Anne Verret-Speck & Forrest Speck