Iron Mountain Stage Company is a non-profit performing arts company, since 1993

  Suburban Trends article about the new partnership between Weis and Iron Mountain; two great local non-profits working together!  


​​​​​​Iron Mountain Stage Company At Weis!

Join us for a Holiday Show on Saturday, December 9 and Sunday, December 10 at 2:00pm!

Performances take place in the main building at The New Weis Center for Education, Arts & Recreation, 150 Snake Den Road, Ringwood, NJ 07456. Free parking. Light refreshments will be available for purchase, and proceeds benefit The New Weis Center.​​​

Prior Productions

Fall 2016

Iron Mountain's second production at their new home base was the laugh out loud adult comedy: "Men are Dogs", written by Joe Simonelli and directed by John V. Santalla. The playwright made a special appearance at one of the performances and delighted the crowd with a question and answer session. 

Article about the upcoming production

Cecelia is a successful psychologist who, among many sessions, runs a support group for singe and divorced women. She's got troubles of her own, but it's her ensemble of neurotic patients who provide the action when a "volunteer" role-player becomes the hapless victim of their not-inconsiderable ire.

Fall 2016
​​​The Iron Mountain Stage Company presented their first show at Weis in the Fall of 2016: “The Witch in 204”, ​a comedy written by Barbara Pease Weber. Barbara is a (somewhat local) Pennsylvania writer who Iron Mountain has come to know over the past several years, as they have performed three other of her comedies (Delval Divas, HOGWASH!, Seniors of the Sahara.)  The show was directed by Ringwood resident and Iron Mountain Trustee Jill McDonald, stage managed by Marijane Santalla, and performed by talented local amateur actors associated with Iron Mountain Stage Company.

Latch your windows! Bolt your door! Beware of The Witch in 204!  

You know your property value has plummeted when a witch moves in next door! But that’s not retired schoolteacher Sylvie Goldberg’s only trouble. Sylvie’s hopes of living happily-ever-after with Eugene, the “otherworldly” gentleman of her dreams, soon dissipate when the witch next door, Bella, turns out to be Eugene’s mysterious former paramour, who proceeds to wreak havoc on Sylvie and Eugene’s wedding day as the uninvited guest.

Article about the upcoming production