Give Back Tahoe: Truckee Community Theater preparing for fun 2016 season
TRUCKEE, Calif. — Since June, 2013, Truckee Community Theater has offered an exciting mix of Broadway musicals, classic plays, outdoor concerts, and youth theater productions to enthusiastic local audiences. We cast local actors of all ages from Truckee, North Tahoe, and Reno.
Our group strives to present theatrical shows of the highest quality at affordable prices. During our first few years, patrons enjoyed productions of “Annie,” “Oklahoma,” “The Miracle Worker,” “The King and I,” “The Crucible,” “Into the Woods, Jr.” and an evening of Broadway show tunes under the stars at the Truckee Regional Park Amphitheater. We are thrilled to revitalize community theater here in Truckee.
Part of our mission includes offering training in the performing arts onstage and backstage. We present an exciting “Preshow” before every main performance of our spring musical, featuring young actors performing choral medleys from popular Broadway shows.
This gives kids a chance to be in the spotlight with dance and singing solos, hones their performance skills, and creates opportunities to make new friends.
As part of our community outreach, we enjoy partnering with the Truckee Tahoe Community Chorus each fall, and leading drama clubs at some of our local middle and high schools.
We plan a theater summer camp from July 23rd through 29th, and a series of theater classes on Saturdays this fall for adults and teens through the Truckee Donner Recreation and Parks District.
This year, we are pleased to present “Bye Bye Birdie” May 27th-29th and June 3rd-5th; “Broadway at the Park” on September 3rd; the hilarious comedy, “The Odd Couple,” October 21st-23rd; and our youth theater show, “Young@Part Monty Python’s Spamalot” November 18th-20th.
Seats are reserved, and are available for a limited time at a 20% discount through our website. For more information, or to order tickets, go to: truckeecommunitytheater.com.
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