What Capital City Productions Means to Me…
One Heart….One Family. Keep The Dream Alive!
“I had the honor of appearing in the very first production of CCP at the Ramada Inn.
While much has changed over the years, the sense of family at CCP has not changed.
CCP welcomes the entire family to be a part of a production.
While I love acting, my wife Helen is more of a “behind the scenes” participant designing and making the costumes for the shows I directed at CCP — “Nunsense” and “Sister Act.”
Seven years ago while in production of “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” I was diagnosed with cancer.
With the support of family, Rob Crouse, and fellow cast members, I continued with the production and that kept my mind off the effects of the treatment.
I will always be CCP’s number one fan.”
“I have been involved with Capital City Productions since 2008.
I very quickly realized that this place was going to become a home to me and the people involved would be my family.
The best memories for me have been shows that I got to perform in with my daughter.
I feel that all of the youth that walk through our doors to perform have become like my own children.
CCP has provided a place for young and old alike to gather, have a creative outlet together and form friendships that will last a lifetime.”
“CCP means so much more to me than entertainment. Of course, I utterly enjoy the performances as they are TOP NOTCH theater in every aspect. But it goes beyond that for me.
CCP is a second home. It is being with family. Not friends, but theater FAMILY.
It is a place of acceptance, to be yourself; even if sometimes you doubt being yourself is “ok”. At CCP, you can truly be yourself, because you know your “family” will embrace you with open arms.
It’s a place to become confident and to accomplish things you may have never believed you could.”
“Capital City Productions is a family that is welcoming to everybody.
This family extends well beyond those who work here, volunteer their time and talents, or are season ticket holders.
Anyone who has ever stepped foot in CCP instantly becomes part of the family.
Like any good family, CCP is always there to help each other in need, whether going through difficult times, needing encouragement, or just needing a break from everyday life.
This is frequently extended through various forms of community involvement.
Because of CCP’s commitment to their extended family and community, I will always be ready and willing to lend a hand whenever needed.”
“My family and I have only been part of the CCP family since 2019, but it already feels like home.
My son, has been doing theater for over five years with various groups, but CCP was something really special for him with their welcoming environment from day one.
There is such an overwhelming feeling of community in every aspect of the theater from the many people pitching in to create the show.
This group comes together to build sets, make costumes, working backstage, directors, performers, and the technical crew all come together to provide the caliber of performances that CCP is known for!
It has been an honor to be embraced by this theater community with the many opportunities for my son on stage, my daughter in the tech booth, and me as I get to contribute and get to watch as my children and CCP grow to the next level of our potential….excellence.”