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News and events:
James & The Giant Peach Youth Bonus Show Auditions
August 31st & September 1st, 2015 Time: 6:00-8:00PM
callbacks: 8:00 pm Tuesday the 1ST
Rolf Samuelsen directing, Cindy Turner Producer
See tab "Auditions" under Get Involved Tab
Annual Board of Directors Meeting
Open to the Public
Monday Sept. 14th, 2015 at 7:00 pm. at the Vanity Theater Annex
Guild Appreciation Night Gala
September 30th, 2015 Time: 7:00-9:00 pm
Invitation only event to thank our Guild Members for their support.
Montgomery County Movie Premiere
October 26-30, 2015 Time: TBA
AUDITIONS GENERAL - We are always looking for new talent. One of our success metrics is the number of new cast members in a given show. Come on out to audition! Watch this site for shows, times and dates.
AUDITIONS NEXT SHOW - Click button to learn more about the next show, potential roles and audition dates.
The Sugar Creek Players History
Wabash College was the site of the premier appearance of the Sugar Creek Players. Formed by a group of community members who wanted to revive live, local theater, the Sugar Creek Players debuted "You Can't Take It With You" in the summer of 1971. The players spent several years as a vagabond troupe, producing shows at Crawfordsville and North Montgomery High Schools, St. Bernard's gymnasium, and the Holiday Inn.
Finally, in December of 1983, the Players found a permanent home when W. Addington Vance and Myron Pattison deeded the Vanity Motion Picture Theater to the Sugar Creek Players. Through capital campaign drives and fund raisers, the Players were able to open the Vanity Theater for its first production, "Crimes of the Heart," in June 1988. In spite of tar paper flooring, folding metal chair seating, and a lack of air conditioning, the gala opening night was a success and 122 South Washington Street became "home."