Every summer LPI is thrilled to welcome cast members of all ages to our small community theater group. So what makes LPI special and unique, and why LPI? We turned to some veteran/current cast and volunteers to learn from them and asked- "Why LPI?"
Whether your first or 100th, auditions are filled with a mix of nerves and excitement as you prepare your best for the production team.
The LPI board is thrilled to kick off the new year with the director announcement for our 2022 Summer production. After interviewing several talented applicants, we are pleased to welcome Sara Stout back to lead our 26th show.
As this whirlwind of a year winds down for the organization, we can’t help but reflect on our community and what we’ve been able to accomplish together- united under a passion to inspire children and adults through an inclusive space to dream, explore, think, and connect through theater.
LPI is excited to present the 6th annual Living Nativity on December 3rd at the annual Night of Lights event hosted by the Random Lake Area Chamber of Commerce and Lakeview Community Library in Random Lake, WI.
Our fourth and final 25 year member we would like to introduce to you is a very special man, Bob Deyo. Bob is the only person who has been on stage in every production LPI has done. Anyone who knows Bob knows that he is a wealth of knowledge and his life experiences are always worth listening to. Bob has also kept track of every single person who has been involved with LPI for the past 25 years!
LPI is excited to announce the new director for our 25th anniversary show! We would like you all to meet Lizzie Riley.
March is here! We here at Lakeshore Productions have been diligently working on what the next 25 years might look like. With the help of our wonderful board of directors, volunteers, 25 years of history and Tom Berger, we have a clear vision for our future.
Twice a year the Kohler Foundation Inc. accepts applications from non-profit and public organizations throughout Sheboygan County, to review and award grants up to $5000. Due to the impacts of COVID-19 and the cancellation of our 25th anniversary show, LPI felt that fall of 2020 was a great time to throw our hat in the mix in hopes of securing one of these prestigious grants. With the leadership of one of our board members, Bethanie Gist, we were fortunate enough to be one of the Kohler Foundation Inc.’s $2,500 grant recipients.
Lakeshore Productions Inc. welcomes you to be a part of a great Christmas tradition in Random Lake, The Living Nativity. For seven years now, Lakeshore Productions Inc. has been bringing the story of the birth of Christ to the Night of Lights event in Random Lake. However, due to COVID-19, The Living Nativity will look a little different this year. We invite you all to help tell the story of the true meaning of Christmas by joining us in our production of the LPI Night of Lights Virtual Nativity, this year.