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Riverside Players

“Theatre in the Park” 

Audition Information

Volunteer to usher a show

Purchase tickets (Tickets available beginning in May)

Riverside Players History of Shows

About
Riverside Players provides a very unique and entertaining outdoor theater experience to participants and audiences. A combination of municipal sponsorship, community involvement and scenic environment sets the Riverside Players apart from any other community theater in Wisconsin. Riverside Players “Theatre in the Park” began back in 1955.

Productions include a five-night run of a play in late June and a nine-night run of a musical in late July or early August. All shows are at 7:30PM. Tickets will be available beginning in May.

Audition Information
Auditions are held in March or April of each year with dates, times and locations announced in arts organization literature and through the local media. Several paid staff positions are available including directors (artistic, musical, vocal, technical), choreographer, orchestra members, and costumers. Volunteer positions are also available. Interested individuals can click on the ‘Volunteer Opportunities’ in the quick links listing on the left side of this page.

Ways to give to your Community Theatre

Supporting Cast
Program Advertising
Volunteer/Ushering Opportunities

What You Need to Know When Coming to “Theatre in the Park”
Park Address: 500 E. Wisconsin Ave., Neenah 54956
Times: All shows are at 7:30p
The Theatre: Riverside Players’ stage is located in an outdoor park shelter. There is a roof, but the sides are exposed. Custom-made netting covers the sides to limit bugs (it works very well).
Dress: Casual and for the weather.
Seating: All seating is reserved (padded chairs on chair risers).
Parking: Give yourself extra time for parking. Parking is allowed on North Park Ave. and on Wisconsin Ave. There is no parking on the park road. However, there is accessible parking available on the park road. Additional accessible parking is located on North Park Ave. For others who may have difficulty walking, you’re welcome to drop off individuals at the entrance and then park your vehicle.