Congratulations to the cast and crew of Guys and Dolls! This audience-chosen show captured the attention of the entire community, and the cast performed to several packed houses throughout the run. It was a wonderful beginning to what is sure to be an exciting season of revivals here at RTP!
If you are unable to attend the Annual Awards Gala, but still wish to have a say in the future of Roundtown Players, you may submit an absentee ballot before June 30, 2017. Any member of RTP may submit an absentee ballot, whether you’ve been on stage during a production, lent a hand back stage, or enjoyed a show from the audience. If you wish to submit an absentee ballot, please print and fill out form below:
If you have any questions about the absentee ballot, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help celebrate the end to our amazing 2016-2017 season and our upcoming 50th Anniversary season by attending our annual awards gala! There will be a few reprisal performances, as well as the presentation of audience appreciation awards for each show. You may even get a sneak peak at some of the shows in our upcoming 2017-2018 season!
The event will also act as our annual board meeting, where we will vote on important changes to our organization, as well as elect board members for the next term. All supporters of RTP are invited to participate, whether you’ve performed, helped backstage or enjoyed a show from the audience.
Admission to this year’s annual awards gala is free, but we ask that you reserve your tickets ahead of time by visiting http://rtpawards.eventbrite.com.
Roundtown Players is pleased to offer the annual Al Perdion Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to any college student majoring in a performing arts field. Majors are not limited to theatre; any performing arts field such as dance, dramatic literature, music, and many more, are eligible for this scholarship. The deadline to submit your completed application (with resume, essay and letters of recommendation) is May 1, 2017.
Join us once again as we celebrate the works of William Shakespeare with excerpts from his great comedies read by local community members. The event is hosted by the Pickaway County Public Library and will be held in the Koch Meeting Room on Saturday, April 29 at 2:30 PM. The event is free and suitable for all ages.