Arch Street Seeks Founding Members for Local Theater Company

This story has been updated to reflect that the date of the meeting is Wednesday November 14th. Not the 17th.

Arch Street, the nation’s longest-running and privately-funded teen center, is looking for top local talent to serve as founding members of The Greenwich Town Theatre.

The theater will present original productions to Greenwich residents and surrounding communities.

“We’re thrilled to issue a call to the community for actors, directors, playwrights, producers and musicians to serve as founding members of this growing theater production,” said Kyle Silver, executive director of Arch Street.

“The Greenwich community is rich with diverse talent that would help bolster the theater’s offerings as we strive to provide educational and thought provoking productions with a special focus on current teen and family issues.”

Anyone wishing to apply as a founding member should email [email protected]

In addition, there will be two informative meetings at Arch Street (100 Arch Street, Greenwich, Conn.) to discuss the project:
• Wednesday, November 14, from 6:00-7:00pm: Student Session (grades 9-12 are welcome)

• Wednesday, November 14, from 7:30-8:30pm: Adult Session

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Arch Street is the longest-running teen center in America, providing a drug and alcohol-free environment, where teens can initiate and organize activities that improve their social lives and provide leadership and community service. Arch Street is a Connecticut 501 (c) 3 non-profit entity, which is completely privately funded. We are grateful to all of the Arch Street friends, supporters, and students who help make our program a success. For more information, visit