Like the rest of the world, our path has been diverted and our momentum diminished by the Coronavirus pandemic. By government mandate and responsible social concern, we cancelled our scheduled spring performance of Kitchen Witches. Our performances are on hold, at this point, as we keep our social distance and hope for a remission of the pandemic. While the future of our performance schedule remains uncertain, our enthusiasm for theater remains unattenuated. We expect to be back on the stage as soon as is prudent this coming Fall or Winter. In the meantime, ...

We’re determined to do community theater well. A performance should leave the actors proud for having left the audience delighted. Hearty laughter at the comic lines is essential. Tears at the touching moments are appreciated. Rapt silence at the climactic conclusion is expected. But that’s not enough. When the final lights go out or the final curtain falls, the audience has to be changed for the better. Changed in the sense of being excited to live life fuller or relieved that, compared to the characters onstage, their own life decisions have been wiser. Shared experience makes us closer, makes us a community. Community theater provides shared experience.

Bigfork is a community and there are many ways to get involved in a community. Acting onstage in full view of your friends, neighbors, relatives, and coworkers is a quick, total immersion method for getting involved in community. Granted, being greeted everywhere you go by people you’re sure you’ve never met can take some getting used to. But it’s a good feeling, that feeling of knowing you’re part of something bigger than yourself. We’re intent on enhancing the Bigfork Community Players’ contribution as a significant part of our community. We welcome everyone to join us in that effort.

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