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Why is it important to support the arts in your community? Looking at the big picture, does it make any difference if you attend a community theatre production?
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Community Theatre Is Important
Why is it important to support the arts in your community? Looking at
the big picture, does it make any difference if you attend a community
The answer is yes. Whether it is semi-professional or wholly amateur,
Community theatre contributes, not only to the arts but, to your
community as a whole.
Firstly, community theatre allows aspiring actors and lifetime theatre
hobbyists to come together and hone their craft. It creates a sense of
accomplishment and develops a community spirit as cast and crew work
towards a common goal. Whether the performers intend to fly off to an
audition in New York City after the curtain falls, or simply plan to go
home to their families and day jobs, a community theatre production
provides its cast and crew with a second family, a support system, and a
strong sense of pride in their contribution to the arts in their community.
But a local production does not only give back to those on-stage, it also
provides the community with the chance to come together to celebrate
creativity and teamwork. This side of theatre is too often dismissed when
discussing its advantages in a community setting. The role of the
audience is as important, if not more important, than that of the
performer. Coming together to view a local production is an exciting
experience, whether the performance is fantastic or a flop. Perhaps a
local production of a musical will be the first time a future Oscar winner
will experience live theatre, or maybe it will be the setting for a romantic
evening out which leads to a long-lasting relationship. You may make a
new friend, discover a new interest, or simply find a new set of tunes to
sing along with in the car.
Apart from the social aspect, theatre can be educational while still being
entertaining. For example, a local production of Shakespeare allows high
school students to see the Bard's work, rather than simply reading it in
the classroom. Many plays and musicals are about important historical
events; perhaps they will spark the interest of the writer in you or
encourage a research project for a class, especially if they highlight an
aspect of a particular era which is not usually focused upon.
Community theatre is a place of new discoveries and life-long learning. It
can open your eyes to a new hobby, a new relationship or a new path in
life. It contributes to the arts in a community, as well as teaching many
important skills such as teamwork, problem solving, and confidence in
public speaking. It strengthens a community's cultural environment,
provides catharsis to its participants and viewers and is a safe place for
people of all ages, cultures and experiences to come together and work
towards a common goal.
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