Junior Producer

Become a Junior Producer Family

Children’s Theatre Company’s Junior Producer program is designed to give young people—and their families!a behind-the-scenes look at the art on stage, and the opportunity to connect with the artists and theatre professionals that make it happen. During the 2019 2020 Season, you can join us as a Junior Producer family for Cinderella or Annie with a tax-deductible gift of $500. In addition to receiving exclusive event invitations and access to artistic staff, Junior Producers are recognized in production programs. Other Junior Producer benefits are specifically tailored for each show. Contact Sarah Marrs, CFRE, Senior Manager of Individual Giving, to become a Junior Producer family today!


Become a Junior Producer family for Cinderella for your chance to explore the technical side of this CTC holiday production! Junior Producers and their families will enjoy the one-of-a-kind experience of watching a performance from the technical booths. Watch as CTC’s crew expertly run the light and sound boards, and listen to the stage manager call the shots. After the performance, join us for a behind-the-scenes tour of the set. This is truly a unique experience you don’t want to miss.

Benefits include:

  • Your child recognized as a Junior Producer in the program*
  • Opportunity for four to watch Cinderella from the technical booths**—Scheduled upon request
  • Invitation to Cinderella Show-N-Tell—Saturday, December 7, 2019 | 4:30 – 6pm


Have you wondered what it’s like to be a student actor in a CTC production? Join us as a Junior Producer family for Annie for an insider’s look at the experience! Junior Producer families will join the cast of Annie for vocal and physical warm-ups and theatre games as they prepare for the performance. After warm-ups, you’ll join the student actors while they transform into their characters in their dressing room. The young aspiring performer in your life will feel like a star at this Junior Producer exclusive event! 

Benefits include:

  • Your child recognized as a Junior Producer in the program*
  • Opportunity to join the cast of Annie for a pre-show experience**—Scheduled upon request

Contact Sarah Marrs, CFRE, Senior Manager of Individual Giving, to become a Junior Producer family today!

*Join by October 11, 2019, for recognition in Cinderella program. Join by March 30, 2020, for recognition in Annie program. 
**Cinderella technical booths experience is best suited for children ages ten and older, and available after November 17, 2019. Annie pre-show experience suitable for all ages, and available after May 3, 2020. 

Photo by Twin Birch Studios.

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