The LowellArts Players is our community theatre group that presents several productions each year.
Advanced Building & Construction
Advanced Eyecare Professionals
All Weather Seal of West Michigan
Arctic Heating and Cooling
Bernard's Ace Hardware
Bieri Auto Body
Canfield Plumbing and Heating
Curtis Laundry & Dry Cleaners
D and D Truck Repair Center
Fifth Third Bank
Flat River Outreach Ministries
Garage of Lowell
Grand River Orthodontics
Grand River Veterinary Hospital
Great Lakes Paving
King Milling Company
Little Caesars Pizza
Lowell Ledger / Litho / Buyer's Guide
Lowell United Methodist Church
Mary Benedict P.C., Attorney at Law
Mercantile Bank of Michigan
Metric Manufacturing Co.
Reagan Family Dentistry
Roth Gerst Funeral Homes
Showboat Automotive Supply
The Laurels of Kent
Opportunities available to support the LowellArts Players and promote your business by placing an advertisement in an upcoming playbill. Contact LowellArts if interested.
April 16 & 17, 2021
The Trial of Goldilocks
by Joseph Robinette
at Lowell Performing Arts Center
August 6, 7, 8, 13 & 14, 2021
My Dearest Friend
by Mary G. Kron
Don’t Touch That Dial! A Classic Radio Show
October 22, 23, 24 & 29, 30, 31
The 1930’s were considered the golden age of radio! Let’s go back and take a peek into the recording studio to find out why. A fun and lively cast of voice actors transport the audience back in time to the days of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Fireside Chats, The Shadow, and Fibber McGee and Molly. Directed by Laurie Kuna & Kim Miller.
The performance will be held at LowellArts, 223 W Main Street.
Performance times are Friday & Saturday 7:00pm, and Sunday 2:00pm.
Tickets are $12 in advance, $17 at the door (LowellArts Members receive a $2 discount.)
*At this time, all individuals are required to wear a mask inside LowellArts regardless of vaccination status.
2022 Call for Production Proposals
Announcing a call for Production Proposals. Individuals are asked to submit a proposal to the LowellArts Players for productions to be presented in the 2022 Season.
What to include in your proposal?
Proposals will require your contact information, basic production information, and production specifics.
Basic information includes: the title, playwright, production type, intended audience, and licensing and script costs.
Production specifics includes: the genre, casting requirements (number of people and character ages), time period, a brief synopsis, set and other technical requirements, and a section for explaining why you are proposing the play.
How to submit a proposal?
Proposals should be submitted by filling out an online proposal form. Production Proposals will be accepted year-round, however, proposals will not be in consideration until the fall prior to our next theatre season. Please submit one form per production, multiple forms per person will be accepted.
Deadline to Submit for the 2022 Season: Monday, September 20