About Us

Introduction
Hi, and welcome to the world of Schuyler County performing theater arts, The Lake Country Players. LCP, as we are commonly known, exhibits a wide and varied thirty-plus year history. Originally formed as the Burdett Players, just up the east side of beautiful Seneca Lake in the early 1970s; by the end of that decade the group saw a need to centralize its operations and moved to Watkins Glen. Since that time, LCP has grown to become a regional player in theater and performing arts

Activities
Each year, LCP presents a full-scale musical in November, as well as a youth shows. We’ve also presented dinner theaters, musical reviews, historical plays, haunted houses, ghost walks, and a host of other projects. Keep an eye on this site for upcoming performances and events.
Past LCP Productions
Past Understudies Productions
Past Junior Players Productions

Education
LCP is dedicated to promoting youth involvement in the arts. We offer three scholarships annually to area high school seniors who have participated in school theater activities. We also annually offer the Charlie Stamp Memorial Scholarship to graduating seniors who have participated in the Lake Country Players and intend to pursue a degree or career in the arts.

Membership
Meetings are held monthly on the fourth Thursday unless otherwise noted, and membership is open to anyone interested in promoting arts in the community. New members are always welcome, regardless of experience.

Annual dues are $5.00 for an individual adult membership, $7.00 for a family membership. Individuals under 18 are offered junior membership at no charge. Because LCP is a non-profit organization, only members over the age of eighteen have voting rights. However, our junior members are encouraged to attend meetings and offer their insight and input.

LCP Officers 2011

President: Michelle Banach
Vice-President: Vacant
Secretary: Beth Clark
Treasurer: Jane Daum
Members At Large: Cindy Scott, David Scott, Holly Campbell, Vacant