Playmakers Theater

“The Hollow”

19106 Playmakers Rd. | (off Lee Road) | Covington | 985.893.1671
www.playmakersinc.com Board of Directors President: Randy Perkins This nonprofit amateur community theater is one of the oldest continually running community theaters in the United States. Its mission is to promote and sustain the legitimate theater as permanent art form in our community, by providing creative outlets to volunteer performers, designers, directors, playwrights and technicians. We aim to make artistic experiences available to the public both through productions and joint ventures with other arts-oriented groups.

Frank Levy is the founding director of the Playmakers Summer Theater Camps, and 2007 marks his 12th year as the creative force behind the camps. He also directs plays and theater workshops and has performed his one-man interactive shows across the United States, Canada and in four tours of Australia. Upcoming Performances:
Check the Web site or call for updated performance information.

2008 summer theater camps | May 26-June 15, July 14-19, July 28-Aug. 10. Cost: $150 to $400. For more information call 985-893-2090 or apply online at the Web site.

les miserables (school edition) | July 11-27. Based on the novel by Victor Hugo, directed by Lynn and Randy Perkins, the epic story recounts the struggle against adversity in 19th century France.

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