Giving Day 2020 – Thank you!
We are truly humbled by the overwhelming generosity that our community showed in the past couple weeks, especially yesterday during #NorthPlatteGivingDay2020. We can’t do what we do without the community! We reached our goal of $10,000 and we will be able to continue to bring you the highest quality of entertainment as soon as we are able! We love you all and can’t say “Thank You” enough!
Read the latest Press Release from NPCPH
Dear North Platte,
Our hearts go out to all those whose health and livelihoods have been affected by the current health crisis. We truly hope that you and yours are staying safe and healthy.
We thank you for your continued support during this time of intermission at the Fox Theatre. The curtains will rise again and we are busy preparing behind-the-scenes to welcome you back for the final production of the season, Mamma Mia, which is currently scheduled for July 28, 29, 30, 31, and August 1, 2.
Your health and safety are our top priority, so we would like to let you know what we are doing to address this evolving situation.
Here we go again!
We are ready to update you with the new dates as the situation has gotten better. The production team along with the entire cast and crew are excited to bring this incredible story to the Fox Theatre stage! Be safe. Be well. Be positive.
The New Dates:
Tuesday, July 28 at 8pm
Wednesday, July 29 at 8pm
Thursday, July 30 at 8pm
Friday, July 31 at 8pm
Saturday, August 1 at 8pm
Sunday, August 2 at 4pm
Evening showtimes start at 8pm. Sunday Matinee on August 2nd at 2pm.
Support the fox
When you buy a theatre ticket, the cost of that ticket only covers 50% of the expenses associated with producing the play. Theatres are non-profit organizations which thrive off the generosity of their donors. As a subscription-based community theatre, the North Platte Community Playhouse relies on season/patron memberships, corporate and advertising benefactors, and contributions to sustain this beautiful historic treasure. All contributions help to provide a stage for community actors to share their love of theatre, develop creativity in students of all ages through arts education classes, and preserve our historic theatre on the National Register of Historic Places.