The Pine City Heritage Players is busy preparing for the upcoming production of “Noises Off”, coming to the Fine Arts Auditorium in Pine City the first two weekends in April. We are looking for businesses and organizations that are seeking new promotional opportunities, or simply have an interest in supporting the arts in our community.
Become a SHOW SPONSOR for any one of the 6 performance dates. Your sponsorship includes 2 tickets to see the show, lobby promotional signage, and an ad spot on the back cover of the program. In addition… we welcome our SHOW SPONSOR to set up an informational booth in the lobby prior to the start of the show and during intermission. A great way to meet new customers!
We also have ADVERTISING spots in the program available for local businesses and organizations. For as little as $25 you can reach 500+ guest during the run of “Noises Off”.
If you’d like more information about advertising with us for our spring production, email us at HeritagePlayers@gmail.com or contact Becky (320-298-0014) or Sarah (320-237-7119) for more information.
True love for the theater brings together a wild bunch of actors and actresses on this Valentine’s Day as they enjoy the Sunday rehearsals for the spring production of “Noises Off”. The spring production for the Heritage Players is being directed by Jay Schueller and he is thrilled with the casting of the production. “We have a wonderful group of actors and actresses for this production, many of which are making a debut performance on the Heritage Players stage,” says Schueller.
So… what is the show about… so glad you asked!
“Noises Off” is a play that highlights the development of the fictional production ‘Nothing On’ and the relationships of the cast both on and off stage. As the show begins we meet the production director and the cast and crew in their final dress rehearsal and quickly learn that they are nowhere near ready for opening night. Missed lines, missed cues, and missing actors make for a frazzled director.
In the second act of the show the audience will be given a different view of the production as we catch up with the cast one month into the run of the production. The view from backstage reveals deteriorating relationships, offstage shenanigans, and onstage bedlam. The chaotic action will cause nothing but laughs for the audience in attendance.
“Directing a play-within-a-play creates some wonderful challenges and this cast has embraced the show with enthusiasm,” says Schueller, “There is no shortage of laughs with this show and this cast.”
As the Heritage Players begins a new year, we are excited about the plans that are coming together for a great year ahead. Our board of directors has expanded to include some new faces as well as many returning members and we are excited to work together on creating more theater opportunities in our community.
In order to accomplish that goal, we will be busy creating some new ways to communicate with our friends and fans! The first of which, will be this new website. We hope that you’ll find this tool valuable… and share it with your friends and family to help our organization to grow. And be a little patient with us as we get new content added to the site over the next several weeks.
We’d love to hear from you… about your ideas for future shows or your interest in being a part of our volunteer team. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Anything can happen… if you let it.” ~ Mary Poppins
Until next time…
Becky ~ Heritage Players President