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Mason Community Players "Live The Dream" Shirt

Organized by Jon Scheiding
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Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt

Show your excitement for MCP's 2018-2019 season with this unique shirt!

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All funds raised will go directly to Mason Community Players Inc .
55 items sold
$730 raised
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
$20
Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt
Unisex - Heather Navy
Organized by Jon Scheiding

About this campaign

Mason Community Players, Inc. has an interesting beginning. A Mason High School Social Studies teacher challenged his students to find a need in the community and fill it. Junior Karen Terry identified the need for a community theatre and with four of her friends, made a proposal to the City Council of Mason that they allocate $1,000 toward an inaugural production. The proceeds of the production would be returned to the City. Councilwoman Cay Steinhauer supported the proposal and the Council voted to provide the funds which created MCP on June 25, 1973. The first production of the group was presented in September 1973 as a part of the city's Community Unity Days, an event which is now recognized in the city as the Heritage Festival.

The group continued to present theatre with the financial backing of the city until 1979, when it became an incorporated non-profit organization. Until January 2015, MCP presented more than 130 musicals, dramas, comedies and revues in dozens of venues throughout Mason, including schools, churches, auditoriums, parks and the street. In January 2015, the group began to lease Theatre 42, located just north of Mason on Route 42. MCP continues to perform in this venue as it improves the facility to provide the best accommodations possible for Mason and the surrounding areas to experience quality community theatre.

Supporters

Paula Johansen and Eric Johansen 2 items
Ray Lebowski 1 item

Because having your own theater is wonderful--but not cheap!

Jennifer Lisa 1 item + $10
Julie A Walborn 1 item
Susan Berger 1 item
Sheryl Olszewski 2 items

In addition to wanting to support the arts in general, I want to give back to the MCP group that has given my teen a second home. Bless you all!

Anita Phelps 1 item

My daughter Missy and Son in Law love MCP and I used to act too.

Royal Duncan 1 item

Enjoy being part of the MCP family. Made many friends.

Sonya Neff 1 item
Jay Fultz 1 item

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