Past Professional Productions

The New Acting Company has become known for its vibrant classes as well as its lively, high-quality family productions which showcase our talented students, teachers and administrators.

Students cast in our annual professional productions not only have an opportunity to showcase their talents but an opportunity to apply what they have learned in class to a professional atmosphere. Working with professional stage actors and designers not only helps to increase students awareness of the theater but encourages them to pursue their acting dreams in other venues.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Re-Imagined Spring 2014

Tired of seeing the same old version of the classic story reproduced time and time again with the same costumes, characters, and interpretation? After 13 years of reputable and critically acclaimed professional productions, The New Acting Company is changing the face of "Theater For All Ages" once again.
Sideways Stories From Wayside School Spring 2013

Wayside Elementary School is a wacky world where Myron, Dameon, Leslie, Rhondi and Bebe attend class on the top floor of their 30-story school.
Jack and the Beanstalk Spring 2012

Jack, an inspirational dreamer, trades his theater company for three magic beans in hopes to rekindle the passion of art in his mother's soul.
Snow White Spring 2011

"Mirror, Mirror on the wall, hwo is the fairest one of all?" Well, Snow White is of course and everything ends up "Happily Ever After!" Or does it?
Peter Pan Spring 2010

Journey with us to a Never Land where imagination and make believe are child inspired with wild abandon.
Wild Thing Spring 2009

The return of our original play inspired by Maurice Sendak classic children's storybook. Max is the world's most popular and fun stay-at-home Dad because he refuses to grow up. Merriment turns to mayhem and dreams become reality in this WILD adventrue filled with monsters, mischief and magic.
Alice in Wonderland Spring 2008

An outrageous Pop-Up adaptation of the Lewis Carroll classic. Imagine Alice, 7 years old, born and raised in today's Greenwich Village, New York City.
Once Upon a Pandora's Box Spring 2007

The story of what happens when Tabitha, a bright precocious girl who loves to learn and her brohter Louis, more of an athlete than a scholar, discover a mysterious box in their New York City apartment. Inside the box live five comedic villains from classic fairytales awaiting their release in to the modern world.
Sideways Stories from Wayside School Spring 2006

Based on a popular series of children's books by the award winning children's book auther Louis Sachar. Wayside Elementary School is a wacky world where Myron, Dameon, Leslie, Rhondi and Bebe attend class on the top floor of their 30 story school.
The Jungle Book Spring 2005

In this imaginative re-telling of the classic tale, the lush sounds and sights of the jungle are evoked in ways that are uniquely theatrical. Defiant and proud Mowgli, a boy raised by wolves, is coming of age in the jungle-a place where he both does and does not fit in.
Once Upon a Mattress Spring 2004

A hilarious journey into the musical world of kings, queens and knights. Prince Dauntless the Drab was desperate to nab a wife! When Princess Winnifred showed up from a neighboring swamp to woo the Prince, the evil Queen Aggravain hatched a ridiculous plan that was sure to back fire!
Wild Thing Spring 2003

An original play inspired by Maurice Sendak's classic children's storybook. Max is the world's funnest stay-at-home dad because he refuses to grow up. Merriment turns into mayhem and dreams become reality as you join Max in this WILD adventure filled with monsters, mischief and magic.
The Lady Winter Spring 2002

A heartwarming tale of loneliness, everlasting friendship, and love. Inspired by the Hans Christian Anderson story, young Gertie must find her best friend Jay before he spends all eternity lost under a spell. It was a world of adventure as entertaining and familiar as New York City.
Green Eggs and Silly Cats Spring 2001

Our very first production was a collaborative "readers theater" style production comprised a tight ensemble playing numerous roles.