REV Theatre Company is proud to announce our exciting partnership with the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple.  REV has been the resident theatre company at SCC since 2011 and the two organizations have collaborated to create unique and dynamic productions for audiences in North East Pennsylvania.


In January 2015, SCC and REV presented Shakespeare's iconic tragedy, Hamlet with great success.  This production marked the first of an ongoing series of productions that will bring Shakespeare's works to both the general public and to the area's middle and high school students through a innovative educational program.


In 2016, SCC and REV will present Shakespeare's Macbeth, offering our audiences an authentic and rare Elizabethan theatrical experience with all the roles portrayed by male actors, exactly as they were in Shakespeare’s time itself.


As of the fall 2011, REV's Co-Artistic Directors were pronounced Co-Chairs of the Drama Divison for SCC's Creative and Performing Arts Academy, and will also be teaching classes in the after-school program.









Apprenticeship Program

Teens from local high schools will interact with, observe, and learn from the professional artists who will be working with REV Theatre Company.They will work on various crew assignments and will also appear in the production.  Crew assignments supplement the academic aspects of the training program experience by providing Apprentices with valuable exposure to the technical and administrative aspects of a working professional theatre. 


Apprentices will also participate in a unique learning experience, consisting of master classes in Shakespeare & Text and in Movement taught by REV's Artistic Directors.. 


Apprentices and Interns (as of 2014) can receive an invaluable experience working with professional artists on every aspect of a production and also learning new skills in acting, Shakespeare and movement.






Click below to download a PDF of our Apprenticeship Application

Productions at the Scranton Cultural Center

Hamlet, January 2015