Director Doug Instenes and the volunteers at the Racine Theatre Guild take us behind the scenes from rehearsal to curtain call to show how the theatre brings Racine County to center stage.
The Racine Theatre Guild, a volunteer-based community theatre, was founded in 1938 by 26 people with $13, and has grown into an organization that provides a variety of live entertainment and educational opportunities for all ages. One of the oldest continuous community theatres in the state of Wisconsin, the Guild moved constructed and moved into their current 400-seat venue in 1976. Through the efforts of hundreds of dedicated volunteers led by a small professional staff, RTG annually offers a season of eight mainstage plays and musicals, Racine Children’s Theatre, Jean’s Jazz Series, Comedy Tonight, Signature Spotlight Concert Series, theatre trips, theatre classes, daytime performances and workshops for schools, and more.
Settled on one of the nation's Top 10 beaches, Racine County, Wisconsin, hugs the beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline between Chicago and Milwaukee. Through the eyes of locals, business owners, and tourists, we explore everything this family friendly vacation spot has to offer. With one of the country's top beaches, Frank Lloyd Wright architecture, a zoo, biking and hiking trails, art galleries, museums, year-round sport, church, music and art festivals, nationally known bakeries and water activities, urban and rural tours, and a rich history dating back over 150 years, a two or three night stay is definitely in order. Over the course of this series we'll visit the large variety of options available to this reclaimed city as told by the people who know it best.
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