One Big “Cast Party for All” to Connect and Reconnect Theatre People
Posted On July 23, 2022
Because so many cast parties were cancelled due to the pandemic, the League of Cincinnati Theatres is hosting one big “Cast Party for All” to gather theatre lovers, makers and friends on Monday, July 25 at The Carnegie in Covington, Kentucky.
All are invited 7-9:30 pm for Happy Hour drink pricing, Theatre Trivia, photo booth, reconnect with theatre friends and toast to a bright future for Cincy Theatre and LCT.
“It’s time,” says Erin Carr, part of the executive board of LCT. “We need a celebration of all we’ve done over the last two years, and a time to celebrate the vibrant energy of both individual theatre artists and organizations. This is one of many events we plan this year to strengthen and build our community. Anyone who wants to be part of this community can join us.”
The League of Cincinnati Theatres was founded in 1999 to strengthen, nurture and promote Cincinnati’s theatre community. We are a consortium of Cincinnati’s professional theatres with a mission to facilitate collaboration among regional theatre artists and to support critical arts writing in our community. LCT is dedicated to increasing awareness of the performing arts and perception of the arts as a vital part of community life.
LCT’s efforts have taken various forms over the last two decades, from internships and awards galas to AEA grants and prizes for emerging artists.
Currently, the League is focused on supporting critical arts writing and facilitating collaborations among theatre professionals across the region.
Over the pandemic, Cincinnati Theatre has had to grow and change to survive and The League of Cincinnati Theatres is no different. Over the last year, extensive focus group work has been done to rebuild the organization in a better, stronger way. In March of 2022, new By-laws were adopted, bringing individual artists into the membership structure of LCT. It is the deep belief of the Relaunch Committee that this change will help build a stronger theatre community and breathe new life into the mission and work of LCT.
For more information about LCT contact Erin Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org.