The Lantern Theatre is located at 1021 Van Ronkle in downtown Conway.
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR DIRECTORS FOR THE 2016 SEASON!
Our 2016 Season is currently being planned. The Season runs January to December, 2016. If you are interested in directing, please submit your resume via email to ConwayLanternTheatre@gmail.com by August 24, 2015. Include any previous directing experience, stage management experience, or college degree completion. Applicants should also include the time of year which is most convenient to direct. Applicants must be available for a personal interview on Sunday, August 30 after 6:00 pm. Specific interview times will be coordinated when the resume is received.
Please note that the Lantern does not monetarily compensate directors, designers, or actors.
Several plays are currently being considered for production by the Season Committee. However, anyone interested in directing may submit a play title(s) for the committee to take into consideration. Please submit the play title(s) as soon as possible so that the committee can read the play prior to the interview process.
Further information can be obtained by contacting Liz Parker, Season Committee Chair at 501-450-6247 or via email at ConwayLanternTheatre@gmail.com
Conway Community Arts Association (CCAA) endeavors to be a culturally enriching community presence by providing professional, dynamic, and unique theatrical experiences. CCAA has been a vital part of Conway and Faulkner County for over forty years. Anyone interested in becoming more involved, either by working on a production or making a financial donation, is encouraged to contact CCAA via email at ConwayLanternTheatre@gmail.com
Board meetings are held monthly and are open to the public. Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm at The Lantern Theatre at 1021 Van Ronkle, downtown Conway.
The mission of CCAA is to contribute to the artistic culture of the community through engaging theatrical experiences.
CCAA is a vital part of the artistic culture in the Central Arkansas region. CCAA seeks to integrate traditional and progressive values in the dramatic arts.