Opening of Sunset Players and the Arts Center at Dunham FREE Family Fun Series 2020/21 seasons are on hold and events will be resumed when safely possible.
The well-being of our patrons, performers and volunteers continues to be our utmost priority. Our Board continues to monitor the local COVID-19 situation as well as the federal, state and local mandates regarding indoor theatrical performances. Due to the uncertainty on when indoor theatre will be able to resume, we find it necessary to announce a delay in opening our 2020/21 season until early 2021.
We were unable to complete the final weekend of the run of our award winning musical PUMP BOYS AND DINETTES in March and cancelled our spring production of LAUGHTER ON THE 23RD FLOOR, the final show of our 40th anniversary season.
Those who purchased tickets for PUMP BOYS AND DINETTES as well as Season Pass holders who were unable to attend a performance of it and/or the cancelled spring production should have been contacted directly regarding refunds, exchanges and other options. If we somehow overlooked contacting you, please call Deb Case, our Season Ticket Chair, at (513) 418-1644 ASAP.
It was our plan to roll over the final production of last season to open the next one, which no longer appears possible. We will not be selling season passes for 2020/21 until it can be determined when and what will be possible.
We thank you for your patience as we continue to navigate these murky waters. We will continue to assess all options and inform you of any additional changes as they occur. Look to your email and our social media channels for future updates, and most importantly, continue to take all available precautions to stay as safe as possible during this challenging time.
For more information
- Visit www.sunsetplayers.org
- Facebook: @sunsetplayersorg, @ArtsCenterDunham
- Twitter: @Sunsetplayersoh, @ArtsDunham
- The Sunset Players
Footlighters theatre would like to announce its auditions for PRECIPICE: WHAT TOOK US OVER THE EDGE – A New Song Cycle by Matthew Nassida and Lexi Rigsby.
Directed by Amanda Marasch.
This will be a digital performance and rehearsal process.
- Please submit a current headshot.
- Please submit a current resume.
- Please submit two 16-32 bar cuts of contrasting modern musical theatre songs.
- Submissions should be emailed to: email@example.com.
- Auditions are due Sunday, August 9th by midnight.
- Callbacks will be set up on an individual basis, as needed.
- For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us as we present a Gender Bender version of THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST Earnest” by Oscar Wilde.
Watch Act One of Three. Acts Two and Three will be released August 6th & 13th respectively.
Go to www.lovelandstagecompany.org/current-season/ to view the show and meet the cast and crew!
Help support the arts and click on the DONATE button on the viewing page.
Know Theatre of Cincinnati
Aug. 7-Sept. 20
Written by Megan Gogerty
Directed by Tamara Winters
Cast: Jennifer Joplin as Agathae
You are cordially invited to break bread, virtually, with one of the seminal monsters of literature: Grendel’s Mother, from the Anglo-Saxon epic, Beowulf. Share in her hard won victories and shattering griefs. Turn your collective gaze upon the wreckage of the 21st century, and find what it takes to maybe build a better world. And have a little treat. You deserve it.
FEAST. is an uncompromisingly brash reflection on devotion, grief, and the communal responsibility to stoke the fires of revolution. It’s a bold mash-up of a classical story with bracing modernity, painting a world where mythology comes crashing into pop culture.
- Fri-Sat, Aug. 7-8 at 8pm
- Wed-Sat, Aug. 12-15
- Sun. Aug. 16 at 2pm
- Wed-Sat, Aug. 19-22
- Sun. Aug. 23 at 2pm
- Wed-Sat, Aug. 26-29
- Sun. Aug. 30 at 2pm
- Wed-Sat, Sept. 2-5
- Sun. Sept. 6 at 2pm
- Wed-Sat, Sept. 2-5
- Sun. Sept. 6 at 2pm
- Wed-Sat, Sept. 9-12
- Sun. Sept. 13 at 2pm
- Wed-Sat, Sept. 16-19
- Sun. Sept. 20 at 2pm
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Important Season Update:
The TCT board of directors met this weekend. After contacting Governor DeWine’s office, the Ohio Dept of Health, and the Miami County Dept of Health, we have NOT been given the authorization to continue with our current plans.
After much deliberation, the board has decided to postpone THE HALLELUJAH GIRLS until (tentatively) January 2021. If allowed to reopen at that time, we will continue with FARCE OF HABIT in March 2021, and will present DADDY’S DYIN’, WHO’S GOT THE WILL in May 2021.
The anticipated productions of THE TIN WOMAN and BONNIE AND CLYDE will be planned for the 2021-22 season.
Thank you for your continued support and patience during these trying times. Our ticketing, program, and patron committees will be in touch with how you can continue to support us.
Stay safe. We look forward to entertaining you in the near future!