Welcome to the Central Lakes Community
Performing Arts Center
An Arts Affiliate of Central Lakes College
OUR HOLIDAY EVENTS FOR YOU:
A Christmas Carol
by Charles Dickens
A New Adaptation by Patrick Barlow
Patrick Barlow, writer of the Broadway and West End hit The 39 Steps, has retold Charles Dickens’ holiday classic, A Christmas Carol. This thrilling adaptation uses only five actors to bring some of Dickens' most beloved characters to life. From Scrooge and Tiny Tim to Bob Cratchit and Mrs. Fezziwig.
A Brainerd Community Theatre production
DECEMBER 13, 14, 15 & 17 (New Date)
Dessert buffet @ 6pm included with your ticket
GIVE THE GIFT OF ENTERTAINMENT
CLCPAC GIFT CARDS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
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Actors Repertory Theatre
It's A Wonderful Life
A Live Radio Play
ACTORS REPERTORY THEATRE invites you to be part of the studio audience for the live broadcast of "It's a Wonderful Life." Featuring a cast of talented actors, live sound effects, and fun audience participation, this timeless Christmas story is a heartwarming event for audiences of all ages!
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All performances begin at 7:00PM
Actors Repertory Theatre
Box Office Phone: (218) 833-2459
Scenes from Brighton Beach Memoirs
A Brainerd Community Theatre Production
Photography by Maren Martin
CENTRAL LAKES COMMUNITY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
As a non-profit performing arts organization, we welcome you as an actor in our plays, a member of our production crews, an audience member at our events, and as an enthusiast who spreads the word to others about our work! We are directed by an independent board of advisors. This volunteer advisory board provides guidance as to the strategic operational aspects of the CLCPAC; making sure the organizational goals and mission are followed. Their support is invaluable and greatly appreciated.
Interested in Volunteering?
Like to help behind the scenes? We are looking for volunteers to:
• Help set up and operate sound, lighting, and video equipment and the stage for events throughout the year. • Fall/Spring backstage running crew: scene change crew for big shows (like for musicals), spotlight operators, light board operator, sound board operator, etc. • Summer theater running crew: light board operator, sound board operator, backstage crew, and nightly setting up/tearing down summer theater production equipment. • construction work • painting work • wardrobe work (sewing, ironing, etc.). Interested? Click on the button below. Thank you!