By neighbors, for neighbors!
By neighbors, for neighbors!
Our amazing team of regulars and part-time volunteers are committed to bringing classic theater to audiences at a price they can afford. We take our convictions and turn them into entertainment. Think you'd be a good fit? We know you will. Get in touch for more information!
Seeing a need for great theater in the Corcoran neighborhood, Corcoran Park Players was established and staged productions from 1982-2016. After our tenure at Corcoran Park, we played in assorted other venues. After 35 years, in 2017, we renamed our organization, Classics Lost 'n' Found Theater Company to continue providing great theater
Seeing a need for great theater in the Corcoran neighborhood, Corcoran Park Players was established and staged productions from 1982-2016. After our tenure at Corcoran Park, we played in assorted other venues. After 35 years, in 2017, we renamed our organization, Classics Lost 'n' Found Theater Company to continue providing great theater to local audiences. We've still producing while other theaters are long gone. When you see a CLFTC production, you see what we're all about.
Our mission has always been on producing great productions, be they popular recent works; plays to be rediscovered by classic playwrights or area/world premieres of new works. We've always been open to diverse casting and inventive staging, being flexible with sets, costumes and lighting while being dedicated to the entertainment aspect of the production!
. Summer Theater in the Park: 12 to 13 (ages 12 to 80) performers will be needed to tell the tales of “Pirates in the Park,” a quartet of short pirate plays to be presented outside at the Lake Nokomis Community Center, June 9-10 and 16-17. Performances are at 6:30pm with a matinee on the 17th at 2pm.
PIRATES IN THE PARK
A collection of four different stories about the lives of Pirates. Arg! Directed by Maureen TREPP, the production will play five performances, opening June 9, and playing the 10th, 16th and 17th at 7pm with a matinee on the 17th at 2pm. This production is free at Lake Nokomis Community Center, 2401 Minnehaha Parkway.
This week's Featured Performers from our upcoming production of the Robert Sherwood classic crime drama The Petrified Forest:
Eric Jacobson, Michael Dodson and Jessica Boerschinger. Eric is playing Jason Maple, the disillusioned owner of a small café near the Petrified Forest in 1930s Arizona. He’s also a small town Legionnaire. Michael is playing the commander and Jessica plays Herb, a local townsperson. Michael was last seen on our stage as Orsino in 12th Night. Eric and Jessica are both making their CLFTC debuts. We welcome all of them!
Mary Shelley's horror classic will play on the Lake Nokomis Presbyterian Church stage for Halloween. Auditions will be held August 28-29 at 7pm and needs 3 women, 4 men and 5 gender neutral actors. The show opens Friday, October 13 at 7pm, with performances the 14th, 20th and 21st at 7. There will also be a matinee on the 21st at 2pm.