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Andy's Summer Playhouse

582 Isaac Frye Highway

Andy's Summer Playhouse exists solely to provide children with a variety of experiences designed to foster and develop their appreciation, understanding of, and sense of commitment to the continued existance and livelihood of the arts as a vital component of community life. The mission of Andy's is to help young people celebrate their natural sensitivity, creativity and unique view of the world, thus aiding in their psychological, emotional and personal development.

Andy's affords children an opportunity to:

Be responsible to and for something larger than themselves.

Create a viable work of art recognized by all ages.

Understand, through experience, the importance and the nature of creative, artistic self-expression.

Work with professional artists to present to the community at large an artistic experience of high quality.

Develop a lifelong appreciation of and need for the arts in community life.


S Arroyo

Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017
We love Andy's! They support children and their creativity. Their plays are to be enjoyed by kids of all ages. They touch upon important subjects of our time. Many talented artists have left their thumbprint at Andy's. Andy's kids learn all aspects of theater at this gem.

Keith MacKay

Sunday, May 21, 2017
Awesome performances, high quality. The kids work with industry pros and do everything in the show. Well worth your time!

Dana Downes

Sunday, Aug. 13, 2017
Enjoyable afternoon watched a great show with some great actors. We will be back!

Athelyn Stark

Monday, Oct. 17, 2016
This building, constructed in 1860, sits near the site of, and was built to replace, Wilton's Second Meetinghouse (c.1773, which replaced Wiltons original meetinghouse, a log structure from 1752) The Second Meetinghouse was burned to the ground in December of 1859. Then known as "the Town House" it served Wilton as its town hall for only a few years before it was decided to remove the seat of town government to the East Village, near the river and railroads. It was sold in 1884 to a group of interested citizens and renamed "Citizens Hall." It served for many years as a public meeting hall, and was taken over by the Advanced Grange organisation in 1925 which used it for their meetings, and then by the Wilton Lions Club in 1968. The Pine Hill Waldorf School bought the building in 1978 and for several years ran a school on the site. It was finally sold to Andy's Summer Playhouse in August 11, 1985. The original 1832 Revere & Sons bell from the Second Meetinghouse was recast after the fire by Henry N. Hooper & Sons of Boston, and remains today in the building's steeple.

tina vallier

Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017
Andys Summer Playhouse is an awesome experience for children. Such talent!

Andy's Summer Playhouse is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media