In 1971, a small group of friends wanted to see about expanding opportunities for adults in the community to take part in theater. They called together a public meeting in hopes of ten to fifteen people joining this group. They were blown away by the number of people who came, which ended up being closer to 50 people. They knew at that moment this was something the community definitely wanted!
Members and benefactors are the backbone of this group. As a non-profit, we rely on the generosity of our members and benfactors to help support the everyday operations of our group, as well as the productions.
Membership comes with its perks as well. Check out the Membership page for more information on how you can support this group.
Opening Doors to Opening Acts
In 2016, Tree County Players embarked on an ambitious journey. They needed a place where they not only could hold auditions and rehearsals, but, ideally, would also be home for their performances. They needed a theater! They found the ideal building and began a capital campaign to help support the transformation. They are still in the midst of the renovations but have accomplished quite a bit in the past two years.
From Our President
Welcome to the 49th season of Tree County Players. We are happy to have been providing you with quality entertainment since 1971 and this season is no exception. We have a wonderful line up including popular shows “Arsenic and Old Lace” and the children’s classic “Winnie the Pooh”. Check out the entire season under the current productions tab.
The only thing we are missing is you. Whether you want to be an audience member, a performer, or help with selling tickets or building a set, YOU are what make this organization run. Our annual membership drive is now underway. Consider becoming an individual or family member and receive discounted tickets, OR donate at a benefactor level and receive more benefits. Click on the membership tab to join.
Tree County Players is excited for this season and I hope you will be too!
– Cathy Lincourt
Stay up-to-date with all things TCP, from director notes to behind-the-scenes information for the show that is currently in production.
I recently had the experience of directing my first production for Tree County Players. It was an experience I thoroughly enjoyed! Over the River and Through the Woods was a heart-warming comedy that I fell in love with the first time I saw it. read more…
Picking the Play
It can be a challenge to select a play from the thousands published. A few filters helped narrow this search. We wanted a two-hander (two-person) play to make it easier to plan rehearsals, given day job demands. The characters needed to be age appropriate and we wanted those characters to be interesting and substantial. read more…