Jun 21, 2013
On July 1st, the Actors Shakespeare Company’s partnership with New Jersey City University will come to an end. The actor-driven classical company will revert back to its original name, the Actors Shakespeare Company, upon leaving the University.
Mar 26, 2013
Actors Shakespeare Company at New Jersey City University tells a bittersweet tale of loss and renewal in "The Winter’s Tale"; late Shakespeare play has “something for...
Oct 03, 2012
After 12 years, Colette Rice, founding Producing Artistic Director of Actors Shakespeare Company at New Jersey City University, is stepping down.
Aug 28, 2012
The Actors Shakespeare Company at NJCU has announced its 2012-2013 Season, Flowers of Winter, which will begin in September and continue through June. This is ASCs 13th anniversary and its fifth season in residence at New Jersey City University.
Mar 08, 2012
Actors Shakespeare Company at New Jersey City University offers workshops in stage combat, acting Shakespeare and clowning as part of The Stages Festival throughout New Jersey in March
Feb 03, 2012
Actors Shakespeare Company at New Jersey City University tells a tale of blood in "Macbeth"; the choice of cast and daggers are fortuitous.
Jan 31, 2012
Actors Shakespeare Company at New Jersey City University screens Kurosawa’s “Throne of Blood” as a free, housewarming lead-in to its main stage "Macbeth" in March
Jan 05, 2012
Actors Shakespeare Company at NJCU invites all to join in an exploration of the witty, romantic comedy "Much Ado About Nothing". ASC Resident Artists lead a fun-filled evening of unreheased Shakespeare. Free to everyone.
Nov 09, 2011
ASC Resident Artist Colin Ryan performs Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol adapted by Greg Oliver Bodine, solo, and warms the audience with Dylan Thomas' A Child's Christmas in Wales, also solo. Peter Galman directs.
Nov 02, 2011
Christmas with Dickens & Dylan - A Christmas Carol and A Child’s Christmas in Wales; Macbeth - small-cast production; Shakespeare on Screen - free film series; No Holds Bard: Much Ado About Nothing - impromptu play-along; The Tempest - outdoors.