“There’s nothing like live intimate theater, and you won’t regret discovering The Schoolhouse Theater’s many charms that have earned it acclaim well beyond its environs.”


North County News







“The Schoolhouse Theater is as good as regional theater gets, and we’re lucky to have it such a short ride away.”

Bedford Record Review

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The Show Off


“…An evening of first class entertainment…Where did they get this cast and production team?”

The Bedford Record-Review 5/13/05

The Last Night of Ballyhoo

“The season closer at this thoroughly professional theater, the best show of the year there, and one that more than justifies a trip across the border.”

The Danbury News Times 6/18/06
Brownsville Bred

“Credit Kareman for polishing this gem and for bravely bringing it north. It’s thought-provoking, moving theater that deserves to be seen.”

The Journal News 9/2010
Kimbery Akimbo

“This simultaneously sweet and biting production, ably directed by Raymond Munro, keeps the comedy coming… a smart, sensitive production.”

The New York Times 3/2010
National Anthems

“Praise the Schoolhouse for an honorable act of necessary disclosure. Somehow, National Anthems was lost. Now it has been found.”

The New York Times 2/10/02
Knock Knock

“…in a wild and wonderfully funny production, this Feiffer fairy tale delights at the Schoolhouse.”

The Danbury News -Times 10/08/04
Kingdom of Earth

“An unassuming cast and production team reach the heart and soul of a less-than-major work, more than 30 years later. And egolessly…The company is finely tuned to every nuance, every cadence of the American theater’s foremost poetic playwright.”

The New York Times 2/4/01
The Speed of Darkness

“Without the fearless Schoolhouse Theater, this important, undervalued play may not have been unearthed.”
The New York Times 4/20/03

“…a superb production.”
The Danbury News-Times 4/23/03
Precious Sons

“…a solid, professional production, well worth experiencing- and one you may ponder long after seeing.”

The Patent Trader 5/28/99
The Crucible

“…An edge of the seat evening of theater…it is riveting and indelible, and must be seen.”

The Journal News 2007