SAS Performing Arts Company, Inc. introduces the brilliant talents of emerging artists, together with active professionals, in a  exciting array of wide-ranging repertoire.  SAS MAINSTAGE focuses its efforts to promote classic and contemporary plays, and American musical theater works by bringing them to audiences that might not have the opportunity to attend and enjoy live theater, thus enriching the community's cultural life. Our mainstage makes this intricate art form more accessible to our audience. We hope the exhilarating connection generated between the music, text, and drama becomes more immediate in an intimate, up-close environment. We are a home for performances of acknowledged masterpieces as well as the rarely performed works that deserve a more extensive hearing.

Participants from our Dramatic Arts Studio are considered for roles in these productions, which will enable them to perform and perfect their craft.  


Due to the pandemic, we offered online streaming presentations beginning with an adaption of the classic Bram Stoker novel Dracula adapted as a radio play by Philip Grecian streamed October, 2020.  Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol" again adapted by Philip Grecian streamed in December, 2020.  In February, 2021,

we presented Oscar Wilde's comedy The Importance of Being EarnestSAS celebrated Black History month streaming Katori Hall's incredibly witty, at times funny, powerful 2 character play entitled The Mountaintop a fictional depiction of Martin Luther King, Jr's last night on earth, set entirely in Room 306 of the Lorraine Motel on the eve of his assassination on April 4,1968.

As a treat for the entire family, a little girl named Alice goes to the Wonderland  In March, 2022 we presented Alice in Wonderland .

Finally, a tale of love gone astray in Shakespeare's classic A Midsummer's Nights Dream updated to modern day New York City and the lovers get lost in Central Park where Titania and Oberon hold court was presented in July, 2021.

These are fascinating projects, and our audience did not have to leave the comfort of their homes to enjoy these theatrical works.