Travel with the LDTC to New York City or Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Join the LDTC for the Ninth Annual Theatre Trip to New York City for a memorable four days of live theatre, in depth discussions, and more. Let our staff plan an unforgettable experience that includes:
Exploring Drama One Script at a Time
Play Club is a book club whose participants read theatre scripts rather than books. Play Club meets six times a year at different member’s homes. Members enjoy appetizers and a causal discussion concerning the show’s production history, themes, characters, production values and more. These discussions are led by a member of the Lake Dillon Theatre Company. Play Club reads a wide variety of plays, exploring scripts that vary by topic, playwright gender and ethnicity, and decade written.
Gain a Deeper Understanding of the Art and Business of Theatre
Panel Discussions highlight areas of interest that our non-profit deals with directly or indirectly. The Lake Dillon Theatre Company embraces this opportunity to collaborate with other organizations, both locally and beyond. Panel discussions allow and encourage dialogues between all members of our community, including patrons and guests.
Prologues and Epilogues
Experience more at the Theater with the LDTC Prologue and Epilogue series
Learning more about the production beforehand can lead to a more enriching theatrical experience. We invite patrons to enjoy two additional opportunities at each main stage theatrical performance to learn more about the play and the artists involved.
The prologue is a ten-minute production preview before each performance. A LDTC staff member offers a brief introduction into the production history, the play’s themes, the playwright’s biography, and more. Each prologue begins twenty-five minutes prior to the scheduled curtain time. Admission is always free with the price of a ticket.
The epilogue is a post-show discussion with select company members from the performance. Actors and designers lead a discussion inviting the audience’s questions and other commentary concerning the production. Epilogues begin approximately five minutes following each performance. Admission is always complimentary.
Join us for our next prologue and epilogue and enjoy more from your theatre experience.
Page to Stage
Discover How Words Come to Life
Page to Stage provides an in-depth study of dramatic works produced by the Lake Dillon Theatre Company. The Page to Stage group meets four times at different stages throughout the rehearsal process to witness, discuss, and experience the art of bringing a script from the 'page' to the 'stage'