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If you like to act, perform on stage, play dress-up, learn about the people who went before us, work with electronic equipment or build things…then Lincoln’s Traveling Troupe has something for you! We are a group of talented student and community volunteers, whose goal it is to honor the life and legacy of America’s 16th president through authentic, living-history dramatic portrayal, and historical re-enactment. Rehearsals for our 2015 production of The Heavens Are Hung in Black, detailing President Lincoln’s assassination and its aftermath, begin on Thursday, January 8, from 3:30-5:00, in the basement Dining Hall at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 720 South Second Street in Mankato. Performances of the play are scheduled for April 24-26th, 2015. The Troupe is open to both youth and adults—previous acting experience is welcomed, but not required.
                                                                                                                      - Bryce Stenzel, Director

Player or Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer Opportunties

Lincoln Traveling Troupe is supported by many wonderful volunteers. Volunteers are always needed and welcome! 
Please contact us if interested.  

Set Construction
Task: Help build scenery, paint scenery (both general and artistic), strike set.

Task: Operate follow spot, operate sound/light board, strike show (the last day of show).

Costume Shop Helpers
Task: Assist costume designer to build costumes, add finishing items, buttons etc, organize dressing rooms, construct special pieces (hats, purses, etc).

Hair and Make-up
Task: Help actors with quick changes, help actors with make-up, hair, wig styling, make-up designs.

Task: Hand out programs, check tickets, guide patrons to seats, assist patrons during a performance.