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Seeking Stories of "The Unexpected"!
Life is full of the unexpected — crazy, weird, dark, wonderful things that startle us, ask us to reconsider what’s possible, make us laugh, open our eyes, or even change the course of our lives. Royal River Community Players in Yarmouth is looking for such stories to be told at our April show, “Yarns, Truths & Tales: An Evening of Storytelling.”
If interested, please submit a brief, one paragraph story pitch with the subject line, “Unexpected” followed by your name to email@example.com by Friday, 1/15. Those selected will be notified by Monday, 1/18. Writers would then be expected to submit a first draft of their story — 3 to 10 minute performance length — by Monday, 2/1. Writers will have the option to tell their own story or have an actor tell it for them.
We can't wait to hear your tales!
Calling All Directors!
Are you interested in directing one of our 2020-2021 shows?
Email for more information or to submit a proposal for our 2021-22 season.
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Up Next At RRCP
A CHRISTMAS CAROL RADIO SHOW
December 11-12, 2020
Enjoy this timeless holiday classic as an old-fashioned radio program, complete with sound effects! Presented online.
LOVE IS: A CABARET
February 11-12, 2021
A cabaret night featuring songs and short vignettes exploring love, relationships, and everything in between! Presented online as a joint presentation by RRCP & 317 Community Music Center.
YARNS, TRUTHS & TALES: AN EVENING OF STORYTELLING
April 2-3, 2021
Join RRCP for an evening of stories drawn from the human experience of our community. Presented online.
TO BE ANNOUNCED...
June 25-26, 2021
Please check back for the title once it becomes official! RRCP can't wait to perform this fun, humorous musical that explores growing up and becoming your own person. Presented online *or* as an outdoor in-person performance (dependent upon COVID guidelines).
YARMOUTH CLAM FESTIVAL PERFORMANCE (tentative)
July 17-18, 2021
We hope the Clam Festival will be back for 2021--if so, we'll see you there for a musical performance!
Postponed - click here for more info
Photo credits to Randy Billmeier, JL G (ractapopulous), & Martin Zellweger