- Auburn Public Studio to Offer Summer Musical Theater Camp for Youth
March 11, 2013
The new educational arm of Auburn Public Theater, Auburn Public Studio will offer a four-‐week Summer Theater Camp for young people ages 6-‐18. Campers will explore the foundations of musical theater training, strengthening their acting, singing and dancing skills all while experiencing the excitement of performing in a full-‐fledged production. Through this camp, students will learn how to interact with fellow actors on stage, project their voice and embody character and story. Interested campers can also gain experience with lighting, sound, costumes, make-‐up and set design.
- Auburn Public Studio Fundraiser: Groundhog Day Soiree
January 14, 2013
Join us for a Variety Show Fundraiser for the new Auburn Public Studio, offering workshops and classes in Musical Theatre, Dance, Acting, "Rock" Camp and more..
Saturday, February 2
7:00pm - Reception with live music, appetizers & wine/beer bar
8:00pm - Main Stage Show
- APT Event Helps Organization Set Donation Record
November 10, 2011
In its nationwide November newsletter, the charitable foundation Dining For Women featured a unique and successful event held at Auburn Public Theater.
- Nu-Utopians Excite Lennon Fans Across the Universe
October 16, 2011
Whether you’re a lifelong Lennon lover or a baby Beatlemaniac, Friday, November 4, will be a memorable Day In The Life. At 8:00 p.m. on the Main Stage, the acclaimed Nu-Utopians will recall and recreate the songs of John Lennon at Auburn Public Theater.
- Landmark Donation: The Auburn Public Theater Building
September 26, 2011
As the curtains opened on a new theater season in September 2011, Auburn Public Theater took on a new role – as property owner.
The building that forms the corner of 8 Exchange Street and 108 Genesee Street in Auburn, New York, became the property of its anchor tenant, Auburn Public Theater. The downtown landmark, remembered by many as the former W. T. Grant department store, was gifted by owners Angela Daddabbo and Carey Eidel to Auburn Public Theater, the nonprofit performing arts center they helped found.