Stage Set for Kingman Theater Program

Community Supports Founding of Kingman Theater Program

The Kingman Theater Program is an exciting new addition to Kingman’s arts community. Its goal is to provide opportunities for citizens of Kingman to participate in performance art at the Beale Street Theater as well as other local activities. The group recently held its first meeting at the Kingman Public Library, and appears to be on its way to achieving this goal. Nearly thirty enthusiastic community members attended the gathering to support the establishment of the Kingman Theater Program. Many of the volunteers have extensive theater production experience and are ready to get to work on the Kingman Theater Program’s first undertaking, the Arts in the Park event on August 6th at Metcalfe Park.

Volunteers Welcome

The Kingman Theater Program is thrilled to have so much community support this early in its development, but more contributors are always welcome. Prior production experience is not necessary; the only requirements are a willingness to help and a love for the arts. There will always be a way for volunteers to lend a hand. Volunteering is also a wonderful opportunity for young people to receive mentorship from individuals with theater production experience. Anyone wishing to volunteer to help with the production of Kingman Theater Program events is encouraged to contact us at the Beale Street Theater.

Performers Needed

The Kingman Theater Program is also currently looking for community members with performance talents of all kinds for participation in its future events. Plans for plays, musical performances, children’s theater, and variety shows are being developed. Opportunities for feature performances by local groups and individuals may also be available. Auditions for participation in these events will be held on June 8th, 10th, and 11th. Details about these auditions can be found here.

The Kingman Theater Program and the Beale Street Theater are looking forward to helping to grow the arts community in Kingman.