Q: How can I get involved with Prior Lake Players?
Join our (e)Mailing List
Sign-up for our email list to stay informed of audition dates, member meetings, showtimes, and new offerings.
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The bottom line for any theatre group to exist is having “butts in seats”. Revenue from ticket sales is our primary source to pay our production expenses. In a society that’s becoming polarized by the current political climate and feeling isolated by our “always-on-connected” mobile devices, attending performing arts events is more important than ever. Attending shows gives you a chance to put down your device, meet new people, and support community members who’ve put untold amounts of time & energy into producing LIVE theatre.
If you love getting onstage, or if it’s something that’s always been on your bucket list, audition early and often. Most adults who get onstage have an absolute blast. Community theatre is a supportive environment, so it’s a great place for people new to theatre and a good way for established actors to keep up their auditioning chops.
Our memberships are very affordable and most include FREE show tickets. Becoming a member gives you a voice (vote) in the direction of our group. When you become a member of PLP, you help us demonstrate our community’s interest in the performing arts, allowing us to seek grants and sponsorships for future seasons.
Membership dollars directly support the work we do, including theatre productions, education initiatives & funding the Nick Sotis Memorial Scholarship.
In addition to actors you see onstage, we’re always looking for help off-stage, at events, and on our committees. Because we’re a 100% volunteer organization, we rely on new volunteers to step in fresh energy, perspectives, and ideas to help us grow our program. Because we are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, your time invested in PLP fulfills most workplace volunteer program requirements.
- Stage Management
- Green Room
- Box Office
- Set Construction
Board of Directors
We offer an annual scholarship to high school seniors with a passion for theatre.
If you’re a small business owner or if your workplace has a policy of contributing to nonprofits, consider placing program ads or sponsoring shows