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Behind the Scenes
If you have construction knowledge we need you! We also need people to help paint the set once it's built. Set building and painting are under the direction of the set designer so there's someone here to guide you. We also need people to work with props, costumes, be a crew member for a show, or learn how to run the lights and sound. Our volunteers make each production a success!
If you want to help out (and see the show!) but don’t think you’ll have time to work the run of a show, ushering is a great way to volunteer. The commitment is light, but the help is appreciated! We need ushers for every performance.
Cleaning, Organizing, and Historical Services
Our beautiful building can always use extra hands to keep it clean and organized. We need help keeping our costumes and props organized and managing our scrapbook of past productions.
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Did you know: We have over 50 volunteers per production! It's a great way to make friends!
The Gentleman Clothier by Norm Foster
Director Dave Zochert
Monday, December 13th, 7-9 pm
Tuesday, December 14th, 7-9 pm
This story is a wonderful lesson on looking back on one’s life and thinking “if I had only….” One never knows how it would turn out if you’d been born somewhere, some time different. Truly an ensemble piece, each character has a wonderful character to develop. Scripts are available at the Theater office.
Older Man aged 55-65 ish. When you first get introduced to him you might use the word “throwback” to describe him. He is opening his first Clothing Store. He gives the impression that he would have been in his element in the 1880’s. He is smart, very quick witted and an excellent Grammar wiz. He is also shy and has a touch of Sadness about him. Norman is truly a gentle and generous man that is out of his element.
Sophie is a young woman about 20-25. When you first meet her, she is very punk looking. Her clothing is funky but not over the top. Sophie is also quick witted and bright. Her look would make you think that she is not a person who would work in a Gentleman’s clothing store for sure. Sophie is gay but that does not define her. She grew up around the clothing business and knows her stuff. Very comfortable in her own skin and confident of who she is.
Alisha is a woman in her late 40’s or 50’s. She is attractive and when you see her you just know that she comes from money. When you first meet her, she is friendly and very pleasant, but as we get to know her there is a sadness there as well. She seems to be resigned to her life, but could be anything she put her mind to.
Patrick is a man in his 30’s to mid 40’s. He was previously a crewman for a shipping company. When you first meet him, he explains that he was let go from his job, been cheated on by his wife and best friend, abandoned along with his daughter, and he is looking for a job. He is the original Sad Sack. His daughter, who is 9 years old, is sick but getting treatment. He is truly a “nice guy” that has fallen on tough times.
The Red Velvet Cake Wars by Jones, Hope & Wooten
Director Kristi Skrinska
Monday, February 21st, 7-9 pm
Tuesday, February 22nd, 7-9 pm