Annual Meeting, Potluck Supper and Costume Party!
January 13, 6:30pm, Freeport Community Library
We invite all our volunteers, friends, supporters and curious onlookers to our annual All-Cast Potluck Party. We'll celebrate the successes of our 25th Anniversary Season and look ahead to 2015 and beyond. Potuck supper followed by brief business meeting and presentation of teasers for the 2015 season. New this year: it's a costume party! Come dressed as your favorite theater character (or in any appropriate costume, really) and you could win a prize for best costume! We'll even bring a few things from our costume collection for anyone who needs 'em to join in the fun.
FebFest is Coming to Freeport!
celebrating visual, performing, culinary, literary and fine art
Theater, music, film, poetry, food, fine art... there will be something for everyone in this month-long celebration of Freeport arts and culture presented by Freeport Players, Greater Freeport Community Chorus, FreeportUSA, LL Bean, Freeport High School students, Pine Tree Academy, MASISTA, Freeport Library and many more at venues around town.!
Freeport Players' FebFest offerings:
-- AR Gurney's Love Letters, February 13, Freeport Community Center
-- staged reading of new play To Have and To Hold, a co-production with playwright Gar Roper, February 19 & 20 at First Parish Church
-- Cabaret night with Greater Freeport Community Chorus, February 27 & 28 at Marriconeag School
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Freeport Players provides opportunities for local amateur actors to perform in roles often reserved for professionals. We involve members of our community in all aspects of the process, drawing on their talent and enthusiasm to create the "magic" of theater. Our volunteers are compensated for their time with fun, creative challenges, the chance to learn about the craft of theater, and, often, bonds of friendship that endure long after the curtain closes.
Your support makes a difference!
We are really proud of the work our volunteers do and we are grateful for the things our friends donate or loan to us to put on stage. But even with all that time and good will on the balance sheet, we rely on donations from people like you, people who have enjoyed what we do and know how important Freeport Players are to the community. As we strive to meet increasing costs and improve the experience we offer participants and audiences, we look to you for support.
To make a donation, you may either use the convenient, secure PayPal button below (you will be prompted to enter a donation amount), or mail your check or money order to Freeport Community Players, PO Box 483, Freeport, ME 04032.