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The Mischief Makers Theatre Company came out of artists’ hunger to create. It all starts with a dream, an idea. An idea to collaborate, to create, to cultivate and ultimately to share. We as teachers spend many hours planting seeds in the minds and hearts of our young students. Year after year we nourish and encourage that seed to grow, and each year we watch the harvest take place as our students step onto the Tantrum Theater stage and perform. But the seed within each of us also

Last summer, acclaimed director Ira Sachs was working on a new film he co-wrote with Mauricio Zacharias, featuring Oscar nominee Greg Kinnear. They needed an acting studio for an on-location shoot. Oh! And some background actors as well. Who do you think they called? Over 40 Acting Out students made the cut. What a fun experience it was! The film had its premiere in New York City last week and we were invited.   Synopsis: An artsy 13-year-old boy named Jake (Theo Taplitz) moves to gentrifying Brooklyn with his family following the

Hold on to your seats, ladies and gentlemen, Gi60 #NextGen is coming back!! We're officially cast for this year's festival and are narrowing down our play selections. Rehearsals will begin next Friday, and we are so super excited!! This year's performances will be taking place on: Friday, June 10th at 8pm, at Acting Out's Tantrum Theatre Saturday, June 11th at 2pm at the New Workshop Theatre at Brooklyn College Stay tuned for ticket information coming soon! Wait

Brooklyn women shone bright on Wednesday, March 16 as 34 of the borough’s successful entrepreneurs, business owners and community leaders were honored at Star Network’s 2016 Power Women in Business Awards and Networking Event. Held at the always extravagant Grand Prospect Hall, the evening’s honorees, exhibitors and guests dined, danced and donated the night away, at an event that spotlighted some extraordinary ladies and the causes they hold dear.  Among those ladies was our very own Roberta Loew! Ms. Loew has been the co-owner and creative director for Acting Out,

Julia Ecock and Alexis Taliento have both been Acting Out students for years! They both studied with us to get into Mark Twain JHS 3 years ago (and got in!), and studied with us again this year to get into the top performing arts High Schools of their choice (and got in!) so it's no surprise that Mark Twain had a tough decision to make when casting their lead in this year's production. We're so proud of the both of you! You each brought your own style and