You’re Invited to the LCT Annual Meeting!

Mark your calendars for the LCT Annual Meeting on Monday September 12 from 6 to 7 pm, open to current organizational representatives and (for the first time) those interested in individual membership.

The LCT Annual Meeting is for organizational representatives, individual artists, and Cincinnati theatre supporters. “We will be discussing the advances of our organization as we proceed into 2023 and develop more ways to support individual artists and theatre organizations,” says current board member Erin Carr.

Zoom will also be an option for the meeting. If you would like to be sent the Zoom link, please email Erin Carr (erin@erincarr.com) by noon on Monday 9/12.

At this meeting we will also be voting on LCT Leadership for the 2022-2024 term!

RSVP encouraged CLICK HERE to attend this FREE event.

The best way to make sure this organization advocates for you and other theatre artists, makers and supporters is to be part of the leadership team! Leadership positions that will be voted on include:

  • 2 Co-Presidents (1 from an organization, 1 individual member)
  • 2 Vice Presidents (1 from an organization, 1 individual member)
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer

We will also be looking for individuals to join and lead the following committees:

  • Membership Committee
  • Finance Committee
  • Community Connections
  • Resources Committee
  • Stage Insights (reviewers!!)
  • Communications and Marketing

If you are interested in learning more about any of these positions and committees, please reach out to either Erin Carr (erin@erincarr.com) or Liz Eichler (lizeichler5@gmail.com).

A “buy your own beverages” social hour will follow at Queen City Radio.

A new Calendar for everything onstage from LCT’s member theatres.

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