Next Meeting:

Wednesday, 3/9, from 2:40 PM to 3:10 PM (homeroom)

Meet us in the Engler Center!

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Our mission is to provide the Chilton public school district student body with an educational experience in all areas of the performing arts, while also providing our community and schools with educational,  entertaining, and refreshing productions.

—  ECPA Student Leadership

CURRENT NEWS

Currently, the ECPA Student Leadership group is producing a One Act titled, "Desperate Housewives of Shakespeare". See more information about this production below. 

Congratulations on the successful production of, Desperate Housewives of Shakespeare! You recieved rave reviews from community, staff, teachers, and peers! We all look forward to your next production.

CREW INFORMATION

The majority of all productions and events that run in our theatre are supported by our amazing Chilton high school student members of the ECPA Student Leadership group. We pride ourselves on providing a theatre experience beyond the stage! By becoming a member of crew, you are automatically enrolled as a member of the ECPA Student Leadership group. 

Interested in becoming a memeber of our crew? Click the button to the right to fill out an application! 

What is crew?

Crews are an essential part of any production or event in a theatre. To learn more about each area of crew, please read below. 

 

STAGE CREW - High Commitment

Encompasses set construction, artistic design and application of/on set pieces, designing and making of props, moving set pieces, maintaining set pieces and props, keeping the stage clear of all debris, cleaning and organizing the scene shop, striking the stage after each performance, and more. Most productions require the Stage Crew to begin working on sets about 8 to 12 weeks in advance. Stage Crew works with the production all the way through the final show/event date. 

COSTUME CREW - High to Moderate Commitment

Aids in the design of costumes when needed, pulling and assigning costumes to all cast members, organizing and cataloging costumes to each scene, striking costumes after each production, and more. Most productions require Costume Crew to begin pulling/designing costumes about 4-6 weeks in advance.

TECH CREW - Moderate to Low Commitment

Encompasses sound and light design, operating the light or soundboard, operating spotlights, running music and sound effects, helping to maintain all technical equipment, and so on.  Most productions require Tech Crew to begin 2 to 4 weeks prior to opening night.

HAIR & MAKEUP CREWLow Commitment

Aids in the design of makeup and hair for all cast members, working directly with the director, and striking the green room after performances. Most productions require Hair & Makeup Crew to begin 2 weeks prior to opening night.