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Get involved

There is a place for everyone in Woodland Park Players. Whether you’ve been itching to polish your acting chops, play in a live orchestra pit, or put your carpentry skills to use, we have a role for you. Come discover the magic of creating something out of nothing and find out what all the fun is about!

We are community.


Your time in the spotlight!

We hold auditions in early November, and anyone interested in being a member of the cast is required to audition. Lead roles are open to anyone. To be eligible for an ensemble role, you must meet one of the following criteria:

  1. Live within the Woodland Park Players boundaries (south of N. 80th St.; west of Aurora Ave N/SR-99; north of N. 50th St.; east of 8th Ave NW;)

  2. Be connected to West Woodland Elementary School (current or former parent, guardian or staff member or former student)

  3. Have participated in the 2016 inaugural cast of Oklahoma!


Everything from costumes to set building.

Come join one of our many fun crews! No experience required. It literally takes a village to put on an all-volunteer show of this size each year. Come learn a new skill or share one you already have. We can always use more help with costumes, set building, props, video/photography, concessions, front of house, marketing.


Music to our ears!

Our all-volunteer orchestra is made up of adults and students from the greater neighborhood. Auditions are held in December. There are currently no eligibility requirements for participating in our orchestra, and the instruments we need vary with every show and every score.


We couldn't do it without you.

What was once just a pie-in-the-sky idea has blossomed before our eyes into a full-blown, neighborhood-powered musical theater company. And it’s all because of people like you—your creativity, your dedication, your ingenuity and, yes, your financial support. Membership is open to anyone and is a great way to support WPP, whether you are on stage, behind the curtain, in the pit—or, most importantly, in the audience! We couldn’t do it without you.

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