Agape Theatre

Agape Actors Co-Op announces its productions for 2015

Take your seats this year for live theater brought to you by The Agape Actors Co-Op. The nonprofit organization, founded by Olin Meadows, along with a few fellow actor friends, produces professional, thought-provoking shows in an intimate setting.

The group’s first production, The Trip to Bountiful, was held at The Monument Cafe in September 2013. “It was wonderful! The staff and management of the Monument were more than helpful and created a great environment for us to work in,” Olin recalls. “However, in the end, there was just no good space logistically for us to produce theatre.”

Agape Actors Co-Op now rehearses and performs at the Black Box Theater at East View High School, where they’ve formed an educational partnership with the theater department. “We have a lot of student involvement. Our apprentice program allows us to invite students from East View to act as designers and to fill technical roles in a production. Most theaters hire degreed professionals for those positions,” Olin explains.

Volunteers and donations help further this organization’s goals of building its own theater space, compensating actors, and furthering its apprenticeship programs for students.


Look for Agape Actors Co-Op’s productions and events in 2015

“A Glamourous Gala”

Agape’s largest fundraising event of the year
January 31, 2015

Private Lives

By Noel Coward
Directed by Jeff Davis
February 26–March 8, 2015

The Scene Shop

6 Original Short Plays
Directed by Students from the Agape Professional Apprentice Program
April 30–May 3, 2015

The Oldest Profession

By Paula Vogel
Directed by Olin Meadows
June 4–14, 2015

Bonhoeffer’s Cost

A TEXAS PREMIER!
By Mary Ruth Clark with Tim Gregory
Directed by Jeff Davis
October 1–11, 2015

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

By Barbara Robinson
Directed by Olin Meadows
December 10–20, 2015


Watch for surprises added to the season as budgets, schedules, and support permit. For the latest information, visit agapetheatre.org.

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