March 9, 2017

AUDITION NOTICE for 1 Female role in "The 39 Steps"


Actress in age range 20-35 will play each of the following roles:

Anabella Schmitt is the beautiful, mysterious woman Richard Hannay meets at a London theatre.

Pamela is the attractive British woman Hannay meets on the train to Scotland as he runs from
the police who are hot on his trail. Although at odds at the beginning, they ultimately team up to solve the mystery.

Margaret is the Scottish wife of the farmer who invites Hannay to stay the night at their cottage. She flirts with her houseguest, enraging her husband, and helps our hero to get away when the police are at the door.

Performance dates:
June 9,10 and 24 at 8:00pm
June 11 and 25 at 2:00pm
Role is compensated
Rehearsals will begin early May
All rehearsals will be held at Lindenwood

Sides available here
Please bring headshot and resume.

To schedule please e-mail Rob Grumich at

January 28, 2017

2 ACT INC Actors and 1 Board Member nominated for STL Theater Circle Awards


ACT INC congratulates our two outstanding actors who have been nominated for a St. Louis Theater Circle Award: Evan Fornachon (Right) nominated for best supporting actor in a comedy, and Zak O'Keefe (Left), nominated for best lead actor in a comedy.

Kudos also to our board member and lighting designer, Michael Sullivan, who has been nominated for best lighting design for a musical for Grey Gardens, produced by Max and Louie Productions.

The St. Louis Theater Circle Awards ceremony will be Monday, March 19, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at the Skip Viragh Center on the campus of Chaminade Prep. General Admission Tickets are $15.00, and can be purchased at in the near future.

Photo by John Lamb

March 3, 2016



How many theater companies can say that a founding member was still on the board and active after more than 30 years?


ACT INC can.


Dorothy Farmer Davis first appeared in Dangerous Corner in 1979, and last appeared in Waiting in the Wings in 2009. To list the shows she was in would be listing most of our production history. Watching her perform was pure joy; performing with her was pure delight.


Dorothy’s health began to fail in 2010, and she passed away in December. Her request was that upon her death, contributions be made to ACT INC in her honor.


We trust that you find her wish, to support the company that was such a large part of her life for decades, a worthy one.


Thank you for considering this.


Contributions made out to ACT INC can be mailed to:


Re: Dorothy

7162 Delmar

St. Louis, MO 63130


We hope to see you at our shows this summer!

February 25, 2016

Casts Announced for 2016 Season Brighton 

        Beach Memoirs by Neil Simon

        Eugene | Zac O'Keefe
        Stanley | Evan Fornachon
        Jack | Chuck Brinkley
        Kate | Kimberly Sansone
        Blanche | Susan Kopp
        Nora | Natalie Krivokuca
        Laurie | Mary Pat Dailey

        An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestly

        Arthur Birling | Colin Nichols
        Gerald Croft | Anthony Wininger
        Sheila Birling | Bridgette Bassa
        Sybil Birling | Liz Hopefl
        Edna | Colleen McGowan
        Eric Birling | Joshua Parrack
        Inspector Goole | Charlie Heuvelmann  

November 17, 2014

ACT INC named Lindenwood's Resident Summer Repertory Company

St. Louis’ Oldest Summer Repertory Theatre
A Professional Non-Equity Company


ACT INC is pleased to announce that they are Lindenwood University’s Resident Summer Repertory Company.

They will present their 35th season of Summer Repertory Theater in the Emerson Black Box Theater at the J. Scheidegger Center on Lindenwood’s St. Charles Campus. ACT INC is the first professional-non-equity company to perform in St. Charles. Founded in 1979 by a group of non-equity actors who realized there was little summer theater in St. Louis except the Muny, they sought to present the lesser known works of well known playwrights, or plays that are rarely produced.

ACT INC specializes in period plays by  playwrights including G.B. Shaw, J.M. Barrie, Oscar Wilde, and Somerset Maugham. Appealing to nostalgia with the slogan “When you’re looking forward to looking back’, the company often presents the shows audiences haven’t seen since their high school or college days.