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Click the NEWS button to purchase tickets to GOD OF CARNAGE, for more information about our FAMILY SHOWS and SCHOOL RESIDENCIES and for details about OUR CURRENT SEASON!


 



OUR FAMILY SHOWS RETURN TO SATURDAYS at ACT! Attic Salt's acclaimed Family Shows will be returning to Asheville Community Theatre's Saturdays at ACT family series.

The Tale of the Pig will make it's world debut at 10:00am on March 14th and Newly Grown Tales will be coming to Asheville at 10:00am on May 23rd after touring the Northeast for many years. Bring the whole family to Saturdays at ACT

GOD OF CARNAGEWhen two elementary school boys have a playground altercation their parents come together to resolve the situation. As the evening goes on and the rum flows, the gloves come off. This comedy of manners - without the manners - was the 2009 Tony Winner for Best Play.

Performance dates are November 7-23 at 7:30 Friday-Saturday and 2:30 on Sundays at Asheville Community Theatre's 35Below.

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Order Your Copy of Attic Salt’s Newest Book!You can get your own copy of Fabulously Funny Idiom Plays in Scholastic’s Fall Catalogue or at Amazon.com. Click the picture for more information.

 
 

Since 2003, Attic Salt Theatre Company has been bringing a wide array of in-school and after-school residency programs to schools in Manhattan and the Bronx. Our programs offer a unique combination of academics and art, using Theater and Music as vehicles to enhance standard Language Arts and Social Studies curriculum. Our programs include: Folktale Playwriting, Literature in the News, True-Life Puppets, and more!

 
 

Attic Salt is pleased to offer original shows for family audiences. Our shows are based on folktales and feature adult actors performing for kids and their grown-ups. Using sets and props that are all made from household objects, and including a healthy amount of audience participation, our shows encourage creativity and theatrical participation in their audiences. Your kids will be recreating their experience back in the classroom or at home with their families long after the show has ended!