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"All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players"

-William Shakespeare


Our shows for the 2022/23 season are cast.

Our upcoming program schedule will be released soon and audition dates announced.

"I think there is no world without theatre."

Edward Bond

Volunteer Positions

The Producer

The Churchmice Players organization, guided by the Board of Directors, is the monetary producer of all Churchmice Player productions and assumes the financial risk. There is a procedure to choose a play and to ensure an effective Production Team is in place.

Artistic Committee

The Artistic Committee reviews plays that are “right” for Churchmice, based on experience, and people to fill key production team roles. They may help individuals and teams develop project proposals and budgets and will make recommendations to the Board of Directors The Production Team The production team consists of those in the key positions below. They work cooperatively to bring the project to fruition, and together they create a safe and rewarding environment for everyone involved.

The "Project" Producer

The Project Producer forms the Production Team based on the needs of the project. They arrange the show proposal and budget, the venues, auditions, rehearsals, and performance schedule. They report regularly to the Board. The Project Producer meets frequently with the Production Team to ensure that everyone has what they need to be successful, and people are in roles as needed. They procure the rights of the show, liaise with the show venues, oversee the marketing and ensures that the budget is adhered to.

This position requires good leadership, organization, and communication skills. Assistant producers can be utilized with a predetermined clear outline of the division of labor, which can be reorganized as needed.


The director is responsible for the artistic development of the show and works collaboratively within the production team, particularly the set designers and costume designers to bring the Directors vision to life. They work within the constraints of the budget and foster a positive environment for all who are involved with the show. This position requires experience, knowledge, and skills of theatre. This position can be shared with assistant directors, with a predetermined clear outline of the division of labor, which can be reorganized as needed.

Promotions Manager

The Promotions Manager creates and executes a marketing plan within the budget consulting the Churchmice marketing plan. Their goal is to sell tickets and will propose promotional ideas to the Production Team.


A photographer is essential to enhance publicity and show recognition. Photos and short videos are taken at rehearsals, performances and promotional events and provided to the Promotions Manager to be used in marketing.

Set Designer

The scenery, furniture, and props which the audience sees at a production of a play make up the set design. The Set Designer’s job is to design these physical surroundings where the action takes place – providing the audience information about the Director’s concept of the production.

The Set Designer works closely with the Director and Production team to ensure the creation of a unified look and feel for the production. A lively exchange of initial ideas and first impressions helps clarify the steps that each person needs to take in this intensely collaborative process.

Choral Conducter

The Choreographer designs and directs the dance and movement in musical productions, working closely with the Director and Choral Conductor. The individual in this position must have dance training, good leadership and communication skills.

Stage Manager

The Stage manager is the “right hand” of the director: overseeing sets, props, lights and sound and facilitate good communication between the performers and production team. It’s essential that the stage manager attend all rehearsals to assist the process. The stage manager calls the show during performance.

Assistant Stage Manager

The Assistant Stage Manager supervises activities that occur behind stage, coordinating what the audience will see.

Properties Master

The Properties Master deals with the large number of small items, commonly called props that a play need. These items may have to be purchased, borrowed, and built. They prepare props tables as required and label a square for each item or actor.

Costume Designer

Costume Designers, in consultation with the director and producer create the look of each character by designing clothes and accessories which the actors will wear in performance, reflecting the director’s vision. The costumes may have to be purchased, borrowed, or sewn and/or tailored.

Sound Designer

The Sound Designer plans and provides the sound effects and music in the play.

Set Construction Master

The Set Construction Master’s job is to take the working drawings from the Set Designer, and using them, build the set within the confines of the budget. The Set Construction Master can rely on the Construction Committee Liaison to help build a construction crew.

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