StageSource Community Room

 After many months of cleaning, painting and rearranging the furniture, we are thrilled with our new StageSource Community Room.  We had a fabulous Holiday Open House on Monday to launch the new room and gave away tons of duplicate scripts.  Thanks to numerous donations from many members of our community, we now have over 2,000 individual play titles, along with anthologies, monologue books, musical scores, biographies as well as books on acting, directing, design, film and much more.  For the most recent list, visit here.

Many local companies drop off perusal copies of scripts for their upcoming season so that actors are better prepared for auditions and callbacks so be sure to keep an eye on the ENews for when scripts for auditions are available to read.  The Community Room also has a computer workstation if you are in the area and need to check your email or kill some time.  Our intrepid Freedom Trail members are also welcome to come by, grab a cup of coffee and warm up in between tours.

We may be able to make the space available for small meetings as well, and in the coming months we will keep you updated on how scheduling for these would work.   Our hope is to continue to update the furniture, computers and other resources in this space to make it as comfortable and useful to our members as possible.  If you have any office equipment you would like to donate to StageSource, please email us at info@stagesource.org or you can donate funds here to help us grow the library.

Please come and visit any time!

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About jjstagesource

Jeremy Johnson is the Member Services Mananger at StageSource and has been since graduating Emerson College in 2000. He has also worked as a freelance director throughout New England at companies including Gloucester Stage, Foothills Theatre, Stoneham Theatre, The Theater Offensive, Mill 6 and Boston Directors' Lab. He's worked backstage at "Blue Man Group" and onstage at "Shear Madness". His production of "Speech & Debate" at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston won the 2009 Elliot Norton Award for Best Production for a Mid-Size Company. He has also taught at The Cambridge School of Weston, Beaver Country Day School, Gann Academy, The Winsor School and Walnut Hill School for the Arts.
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