Children's show auditions July 31-August 1

Huck Finn's Hightailin' AdventuresAuditions for our Fall Children's show, Huck Finn's Hightailin' Adventures, adapted from the Mark Twain classic by Susan Pargman, are July 31 and August 1 at 7 pm at the theater.  Performances are Sept. 9 at 7 pm, Sept. 10 at 2 pm and 7 pm, and Sept. 11 at 2 pm.

Auditions are open to kids in Grades 3-8 and there are parts for 19 boys and 13 girls.  The Director is Jamey Coutant.  Scripts are available for in-library reading at the Danville, Oakwood and Westville public libraries.  More about auditioning.

Seeking Director for Christmas show

It's A Wonderful LifeWe're seeking a director for our Christmas show, It’s a Wonderful Life, by Joe Landry.  Performance dates are December 1, 2, 3 and 4, 2016.

Upon receipt of the applications, prospective directors will be invited to interview with the Red Mask Players Board, who will select the director for the show.  A copy of the script is available at the Danville Public Library for in-library reading.  Please submit your application via mail to:

Red Mask Players
Directing Application
ATTN: President
P.O. Box 814, Danville, IL 61834-0814

Applications must be postmarked by July 31, 2016.  Please contact us (redmaskplayers@hotmail.com) with questions about the application process.

ProofSeeking Director for Spring 2017 show

We're still seeking a director for our Spring 2017 show, Proof

Deadline to apply is September 15, 2016.

How to apply.

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2016 Katy Awards & Scholarship

The annual Katy Awards were held on Saturday, June 4 at the Knights of Columbus.

Scholarship Winner Benjamin LohrbergAnd the Katy goes to...

Best Actor: Tyler Thompson, A Streetcar Named Desire
Best Actress: Jamie DeVore, A Streetcar Named Desire
Best Supporting Actor: Matt Hester, A Streetcar Named Desire
Best Supporting Actress: Melanie Clark, Deathtrap
Cameo Award: Jim Rogers, Deathtrap

And congratulations to Benjamin Lohrberg (right), winner of the Jean Lewis Scholarship.