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Develop skills, discover fun, enjoy the performing and the involvement. Community theatre is an exciting and wide open world of many disciplines and infinite possibilities.

There is an almost infinite depth and possibilities for creativity and involvement in theatre that it’s hard to put it into words, though words are certainly a part, as is art and performance and engineering and sound and set design and set construction and working together and so much more.

While we are just in the beginning stages of organizing a Community Theatre (if you are interested let us know!), we do have an ongoing monthly:

Readers Theatre Group

Get together with others to read a play script. No rehearsals, no memorizing, no experience needed. All you need is the interest and willingness to "play a role" while seated in a chair reading your part. The "stage" will be in our minds and imagination, as will the characters, costumes, and sets. The only audience will be your fellow participants (who will be very understanding and helpful!). This is for fun, not fame, so don't worry if you "don't know how"; we learn as we go.

** next Readers Theatre: Tuesday, March 17 , 6:30 pm.

Play: "Catch Me If You Can"

Contact:  Georgia Peitsch - Email theatre@LakeEffectArts.org, or phone 341-0042.

LECA RT is open to anyone interested. If you would like to be on the email list for upcoming plays and information let us know. Usually we meet the 2nd Tuesdays of the month at the Manistique/Schoolcraft Welcome Center on US2 (the building with the Paul Bunyan statue in front of it). Plays are often in PDF format emailed to participants. Contact Georgia if you are interested in participating.


"Moon Over Buffalo" by Ken Ludwig

"Fox on the Fairway" by Ken Ludwig

"Cat on a Hot Tin Rood" by Tennessee Williams

"The Odd Couple - Female Version"

"Bus Stop" by William Inge

"You Can't Take it With You" by George Kaufman & Moss Hart

"Run for your Life" - Ray Cooney

"Twelve Angry Jurors" - Reginald Rose

"Picnic" by Willian Inge

"Arsenic and Old Lace" by Joseph Kesselring

"Please Don't Drink the Water" by Woody Allen

"The Cemetary Club" by Ivan Menchell

"See How They Run" by Philip King

"Red Herring" by Michael Hollinger

"You Can't Take It With You" by George Kaufman/Moss Hart

"Night Watch" by Lucille Fletcher

"Red Hot Mamas" by David Christner

"Leading Ladies" by Ken Ludwig

"Rumors" by Neil Simon

"The Mousetrap" by Agatha Christie

"The Villain of Glitter Gulch" by Tim Kelly, and "The Boardinghouse" by Vern Harden

"Dear Ruth" by Norman Krasna

"Streetcar Names Desire" by Tennessee Williams

"The Foreigner" by Larry Shue

"Loves Labours Lost" by Shakespeare

"Over the River and Through the Woods" by Joe DiPietro, two acts.  

"The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde; 1915 Methuen & Co Edition by David Price, three acts.

"Laugh Lines: Short Comic Plays", edited by Eric Lane and Nina Shengold. We read: The Flying Wolimskies Return, by David Smilow; The Earring, by Joyce Van Dyke; The Spot, by Steven Dietz; Check Please, by Jonathan Rand; and a couple others.