Ever wonder how you can get involved in Entertainment, Inc!? There are numerous and exciting ways! You could…
ACT ON STAGE!
We do five productions per year and that means there are many large
and small parts available! Simply check our Auditions Page
audition dates or call 577-3179.
Much work is required behind the scenes of a production to make it a
success. Help with costume changes, set changes, props, etc. Be a
part of it all!
Constructing sets requires many skills such as skills in carpentry
and painting. If you enjoy creating things on a grand scale, you should
definitely get involved in set construction!
RUN SOUND AND/OR LIGHTS!
Most productions require sound effects and special lighting
arrangements. Sound and lights help create a setting. This can be a
challenging, yet very enjoyable aspect to the theatre!
Some productions such as “Amadeus” and “1776” require historically
accurate costumes. Others may require costumes which are much more
fantastic. Each production provides a new and exciting challenge to
anyone in charge of creating costumes.
DO STAGE MAKE-UP!
Like costuming, make-up can be a very creative yet challenging
aspect to a production. Some actors who are portraying ordinary people
may only require minimal make-up for their part whereas others who may
be playing a monster may require something far more elaborate. If you
think it would be fun to take an actor in their twenties and age them 60
years then this may be right up your alley!
BECOME A BOARD MEMBER
Board members run the organization, make the big decisions, and are leaders on committees. Each Board member has a 3 year term and are nominated by other members, community, Board members, and even a self nomination. To learn more, speak with current Board members and attend the annual meetings.
THERE ARE MANY OTHER WAYS TO GET INVOLVED!
If there is nothing from the above list that interests you, don’t
give up just yet! We need help with everything from ticket sales to
ushering! Also, if you don’t feel you have the knowledge to do these
things, don’t worry. All it takes is some hands-on training and a
little study time and you can eventually learn how to! Our local
library has several books on these very topics which can assist you in