Allie is an actress here. Her most recent performance in our 94th Season production of Ruthless! delighted audiences.
“Community theatre is really special to me because it’s local theatre… it’s close to home, whereas other theatres are further away and harder to get involved with.”
Outside the theatre Allie is a student, but here, she’s a leading lady.
Sharon and Steve began volunteering as ushers here when a friend said we needed people.
They answered the call and since 2004, they’ve helped bring people together through live theatre.
Barbara is a long-time volunteer, starring in her first play here in 1949 and later, retiring as a trustee in 2008. “Live theatre is everything. For anyone who would not only want to act but take part in a meaningful experience, I think having community theatre is the most wonderful opportunity.” Decades later, she is still a part of our family.
Along with vice chair of the board of trustees duties,
Bill builds sets for our productions. “It’s a great opportunity to meet people. It’s a great opportunity to become involved in a community theatre and get involved in the community itself.” Over the last decade, he has not only built sets but built up our team and community here.
In 2021, Charlie was recovering from cancer when he came to us. “I was coming out of treatment from chemotherapy. It had been a tough road… Auditioning for Rabbit Hole was the first time I actually got out of the house and got engaged and… I won’t lie, it changed my life.” He found a community and energy here that helped jumpstart his life again.
Donna crafts costumes here that bring characters to life. “If you need to get involved again with other people and need to get out in the community… If you’re a shy person, you might not think that you have any way to speak for yourself. You can come into this… and it helps you grow as a person.” Since 2016, her stitches have made up the fabric of our team and productions.