We are back and planning a full season starting in October.  Read our COVID policies and precautions here.  


The ActorsNET of Bucks County strives to attract Delaware Valley’s best theatrical talent to work and grow together and meet the challenges of a diverse repertoire. Productions range from classics to new works that appeal and expand theatrical tastes of all ages, incomes, and cultural backgrounds. Through staging quality shows and providing training and support to actors of all ages, we are committed to keeping the best traditions of American theatre alive. We welcome our audience as neighbors and invite them into the world of live theater.

Founders Joe and Cheryl Doyle in 1996

History & Founding Artists

ActorsNET would not exist without the talent, creativity and leadership of Joe and Cheryl Doyle. These two accomplished actors brought their extensive professional experience to create a theater community where actors could determine the theatre’s artistic choices, hone and expand their craft and provide audiences the wonder and power of live theatre.


ActorsNET has produced 25 seasons of theatre, and over 200 shows spanning a diverse range of genres – from Broadway musicals to classic American comedies to new dramas to Shakespeare and Ibsen.

board of directors

Maryalice Rubins-Topoleski
Board President

George Hartpence
Vice President

Diane Gormley

Allison Howe

Jim Cordingley

David Deratzian


Tim Irvine

Hayley Rubins-Topoleski


Lex Kochmann

Interim General Manager

Diversity, Equity
and Inclusion Statement

As a local theater, we recognize the critical role the arts play in shaping our culture and our community, and accept our responsibility to make positive change through our work, our practices, and our policies. Through our art, we explore the lives, stories and inner struggles of people from all backgrounds. We aim to challenge long-held beliefs and assumptions and explore new, uncharted areas in our programming. We recognize that we still have much room for growth, but we pledge to continue to work with our board members, artists, and audiences, both on stage and in our community, until we have created an inclusive, empathetic space for all.