ways you can support the arts in your community

A theater production is more than just a set of actors delivering lines, more than an orchestra playing, more than fantastic dancers, actors, and singers.  It also requires backstage crew, set construction, administration, ticket sales, the list goes on…  In addition to dedicated and talented people, it also takes money – money for costumes, performance rights, theater rental, and much more.

Please take a moment to consider:

  • Become A VIP  – link coming soon
    • You can become a VIP at a variety of support levels and enjoy VIP perks such as ticket discounts, preferred seating, and more…
  • Donate – link coming soon
    • Donations are always welcome – all of our members are volunteers, so your donation goes directly to support the costs associated with bringing quality productions to life.
  • Volunteer
    • It seems there is always something to do!  Whether it’s building a set, working backstage, sorting lighting gels, hanging up posters, washing costumes, or any of the other tasks that just have to be done, we have a volunteer opportunity for everyone!
  • Visit our Store
    • In addition to tickets to our events and productions, we will be offering logo merchandise and more.
  • Serve on a Committee
    • Our Board oversees several Committees, which do much of the research and work that go into Company decisions.  Our performance season, educational opportunities, guidance documents and much more all depend on our Committees.  We would love to have your talents as part of one of our Committees.
  • Share our posts
    • NTCI is now on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.  Please help us by liking our posts and by sharing them to your friends and followers.
  • Become a Season Ticket holder – link coming soon
    • Season Ticket holders enjoy many perks – discounts on the full NTCI season, preferred seating, and access to our VIP Lounge. 
  • Attend our productions
    • We can’t wait to see you there!




“Community theatre enriches the lives of those who take an active part in it, as well as those in the community who benefit from live theatre productions.”       ~American Association of                    Community Theatre