Direct in our 2023-2024 Season
The Prairie Players Civic Theatre welcomes submissions from directors with a range of experience for our 2023-2024 season.
In our 2023-2024 season, we are hoping to Include four mainstage productions and two studio productions with roughly the
- November: Mainstage Play
- December: Studio production (holiday themed)
- February: Mainstage Play
- April: Mainstage Play
- May: Studio production
- July: Mainstage Musical
TIMELINE FOR THE 2023-24 SEASON
February 2023: submissions close
April 2023: Production committee creates season
May 2023: PPCT board approves season
June 2023: Directors notified
August 2023: Season announced
September 2023: Production begins!
May include drama, comedy/farce, mystery, or tragedy, and will have a six-week production cycle, culminating in two production weekends with three performances each.
May include a series of one-acts, experimental or "first-look" plays, musical reviews, and/or include mature themes; they will have a two-four-week production cycle, and one production weekend with 2-3 performances.
Targeted to audiences of diverse generations and backgrounds, these have an eight-week production cycle and culminate in two production weekends with three performances each.
WHO DIRECTS AT PPCT?
First and foremost, we want to work with folks who are truly excited about their vision for a show and are committed to using the intricacies and quirks of a community-based theatre to bring that vision to life.
Because every community works just a little bit differently, PPCT requires that all potential directors have previous experience either directing or stage managing a production for PPCT.
To support our directors in fulfilling their creative vision within our theatrical community, we offer two key resources:
- A production liaison from the Production Planning and Education Committee to serve as a consulting member of the production staff
- A comprehensive Production Book that documents all policies and procedures as well as defines roles and responsibilities for all members of the production team.
CHOOSING A PLAY
If you want some help choosing a play, take a look at our index of past productions to see what we've done before. We also have a collection of shows on our wish list that patrons and others have recommended. You can also reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to take a look at our extensive play archive.
Please fill out the proposal form if you are interested and qualified to direct a production at our theatre. We request that anyone interested in directing complete the form even if they submitted one a few years ago.
WANT MORE INFORMATION?
Contact us at email@example.com
PRODUCTION PLANNING & EDUCATION COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Scott Rasso, Chair
Kim Wakefield Bullis