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New theatre troupe aimed at area youth

ACTON - A new youth theatre company recently opened and will be rehearsing out of the newly restored Heritage Acton Town Hall.

The company, called To Be Determined Theatre Company, focuses not only on theatre instruction and productions, but also the necessity of youths having a place in the community where they can be free of social pressures in a safe setting.

Artistic director Alexandra Lent said, “I have studied and practiced theatre for years and have come to realize that theatre as a social tool has the ability for individuals to push past barriers and strengthen their confidence, all under the guise of working towards a common goal of creating a production. This is what we do at TBD Theatre Co., we allow the youths to have fun throughout the rehearsal process through acting exercises, character development, voice, and backstage work, and then sit back and enjoy how surprised and proud they are of themselves in the end.”

The first production is a new youth play written by performance writer and playwright Kevin Sutton.

Starting in September, the troupe will be rehearsing and performing.

For more information, visit or  phone Lent at 416-801-0025.


September 9, 2011


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