Volunteers entertain community

18 Sep

In its 84th year of existence, the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players are here once again to captivate Cheyenne with another great season of shows, events, and surprises. As per their website, approximately 2,500 volunteers contribute to the success of every season. Whether acting, directing, working behind the scenes, constructing sets, ushering, running concessions, or staffing the ticket booth… your community theatre could not survive without the selfless work ethic of the many volunteers who come together to keep you entertained.

What’s in store?

The season officially kicked off in July with the annual Old Fashioned Melodrama. The next show in the season lineup will be Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, a musical written by the amazingly talented team of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. Tickets for this show are available now. The season consists of 7 shows, including the melodrama. But the plays themselves are only half of the story.

In addition to the actual season lineup, the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players keep the city entertained with other events throughout the year. The next one, the annual ZombieFest, is coming up this weekend. They also do a Halloween showing of the classic Rocky Horror Picture Show. They sponsor a Mardi Gras Masked Ball, they hold a yearly New Play Project competition for up and coming playwrights. And they sprinkle in several Movies at the Atlas events. Who doesn’t want the opportunity to watch classics like Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Back To The Future, or The Princess Bride on the big screen? Bueller? Bueller? Anyone? Bueller?

Participation is required.

The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players provide local entertainment that is much appreciated in small town Cheyenne. In order to continue this tradition, they can always use your help. Sign up to be a volunteer. Buy a season ticket package. Frequent one or more of the events that they provide for our community on a monthly basis. It doesn’t matter how you participate. Just do it. Your community will thank you for it.

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