BC Playhouse looking to involve students

The Brown County Playhouse is in search of High School volunteers. Starting October 19th, the Playhouse will be hosting youth volunteer nights where local youth are invited to come and volunteer on the third Saturday of each month.

The youth will greet patrons, run the concessions stand, and much more while working. Benefits at the Playhouse being offered to the students for volunteering include: a soda and popcorn while working, free access to that night’s show, and the eventuality of free admission to one show after a certain number of shows worked. 

The act for the first youth night is Jenn Christy with One Pulse Entertainment. The group is considered the house band at the Playhouse, performing many sets there every year, most notably during the fall season.

The new youth program is being instituted after coming to light from the Playhouse’s recent completion of a new Strategic Plan.

The new Strategic Plan was pursued as the venue has been in need of more funding, and increasing attendance at shows. As a method of getting more locals involved in the Playhouse and increasing its community involvement, the Playhouse is looking to reach out to more youth and families by diversifying its program.

A staple in Brown County for 70 years, the Playhouse is celebrating its 70th anniversary on November 9th. All are invited, as cake and refreshments will be served. 

If you are interested in volunteering at the Playhouse, talk to Tanner Bowman.

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