Do you need a way to raise funds for your organization?

                                                                    Consider a “Fun-Raiser” with Electric City Playhouse!

A “FUN-Raiser” happens when an organization purchases a Thursday evening show at a set price. This private event is held on a Thursday prior to our regular Friday through Sunday performances. The organization then sells the seats for the night and collects the proceeds for their own causes. They are also allowed to sell their own food items, bake sale, raffle, silent auction, etc.

The cost to reserve a Fun-raiser with ECP is…

$600 for a Musical
$500 for a Non-Musical

Throughout its time, local organizations have joined forces with ECP to hold private events. They have generated over $20,000 for their own causes. Some of these organizations include: ELKS, Rotary, PEO, Humane Society, Free Clinic, and various churches/spiritual organizations. This year we are looking to expand our offerings from solely non-profit organizations to schools and businesses wishing to raise funds, or hold private events.

How to participate:
-Look over the ECP 2018 Season of Shows; (Dec 14, 2017 is still available for A Christmas Memory, directed by Jimmy Burdette & produced by Mary Nickles)
-Pick one that connects with your group via theme or timeframe
-Contact Dana, ECP Office Manager, regarding availability  (via email or phone); (Currently all shows in 2018 are available)
-Tour the facility to determine layout for your organization’s extra materials;
-Confirm with Dana to sign a contract and make a deposit
-Share details with your group using the posters fliers, and other promotional materials which are provided to you both electronically and in hard copy

Sell the tickets which will also be provided to you.

On the day of the show:
-Previously you have made arrangements with ECP for arrival time to begin your set up in the lobby. Organization-specific tables, goods, auction items, raffles, sales, etc. are the
responsibility of the organization. ECP does have a limited amount of equipment that your party is welcome to use, based on availability.
-ECP will have a House Manager on-site to unlock the doors and to assist as needed.
-Organizations are welcome to bring and/or sell food items.
-ECP will have concession workers in the concessions stand. Beverages are only to be made available by Electric City Playhouse via the concessions stand. If you have specific
requirements (allergies) or requests, be sure to discuss these ahead of time so arrangements can be made.
-ENJOY THE SHOW!!!!

Requests by an organization to participate in a Fun-raiser, and/or to make exceptions to the above outline of responsibilities are subject to ECP Board approval.

Lunch at the Piccadilly
February 2-11, 2018
Directors Pat Shull & Beverly Henderson

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Lunch at the Piccadilly! Written by Clyde Edgerton and composer Mike Craver, this funny and heartwarming musical finds the Rosehaven Convalescent Center being sold to Ballard College. Nothing is supposed to change, but the residents have already noticed a difference in the cornbread.  Enter Lil Olive who brings new life and surprising solutions that will tickle your funny bone and warm your heart.
FEBRUARY 1, 2018:
FEBRUARY 8, 2018: ELKS

 

The Diary of Anne Frank
April 6-15, 2018
Director Scott Gibson

Adapted from Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, this story takes us to the Nazi occupied Netherlands, where a straightforward Jewish girl is in hiding with her family. The story follows the day to day life, and sometimes the humorously lighthearted escapades of the Frank family, in the attic where they lived in hiding for two years. Frances Goodrich & Albert Hacket have fashioned a wonderfully sensitive tender drama out of a real-life legacy left to us by the spirited Anne Frank.
APRIL 5, 2018:
APRIL 12, 2018:

 

Crowns
June 8-17 2018
Director Cecilia Sampson

Gospel music and dance underscore and support this moving and celebratory musical play in which hats become a springboard for an exploration of black history and identity. Hats are everywhere, in exquisite variety; and the characters use the hats to tell tales concerning everything from the etiquette of hats to their historical and contemporary social functioning. Written by Regina Taylor, adapted from the book by Michael Cunningham and Craig Marberry.
JUNE 7, 2018:
JUNE 14, 2018:

The Trial of The Big Bad Wolf & The Trial of Goldilocks
August 10-19, 2018
Director Lynne Gibson

The Wolf: villain or victim? The Three Pigs: innocent or at fault? The Jurors, solid citizens or characters with a past? And what about Judge Wise O. Al? Is justice on his side, or does he have a secret to hide?  Goldilocks’: Guilty or innocent? Was the young girl a selfish, spoiled brat, intruding where she didn’t belong? Or was she the victim of three conniving bears and their animal “band of hoods” in the woods? The answers to these profound questions and more are revealed once and for all. Written by Joseph Robinette, these  delightful stories, with their  intriguing story line and vivid characterizations, will appeal to audiences and performers of all
ages.
AUGUST 9, 2018:
AUGUST 16, 2018:

 

Night Watch
October 12-21, 2018
Director Jennifer Ouelette

A suspense thriller written by Lucille Fletcher, Night Watch  follows Elaine Wheeler as she paces the living room of her Manhattan townhouse. Unable to sleep, she is troubled by unsettling memories and vague fears of what she believes to be the image of a dead body in her neighbors’ window.  Her husband, claiming that Elaine may be on the verge of a breakdown, calls in a lady psychiatrist, who agrees with his suggestion that Elaine should commit herself to a sanitarium for treatment. The plot then moves quickly and grippingly as it draws toward its riveting and chilling climax.
OCTOBER 11, 2018:
OCTOBER 18, 2018:  

 

A Christmas Carol
December 7-16, 2018
Director Pat Gosnell

A timeless classic known and loved by all, this stage production of A Christmas Carol draws on the original story by Charles Dickens. We follow Ebenezer Scrooge as he is visited by three ghosts who set out to help him rediscover what is truly important in life and to rekindle the Christmas Spirit.
DECEMBER 6, 2018:
DECEMBER 13, 2018:

 

Contact Dana at the Box Office to RESERVE a 2018 “FUN-RAISING” EVENT FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION!