Our Mission
The mission of Shelby County Players, Inc. is to provide quality live theater
experiences to Shelby and surrounding counties. Shelby County Players will promote
active participation for actors, directors and technical people from our community. The
services and activities of the corporation shall at all times be administered and
operated on a nondiscriminatory basis without regard to color, national origin, sex,
religious preference, creed, age or physical impairment.
Our Vision
It is the vision of Shelby County Players that quality live community theater will flourish
in Shelby County for many years, enriching the culture and promoting the quality of life
in Shelby County. Shelby County Players, Inc. will be a vessel through which those
aspiring to practice the craft of Dramatic Arts will be encouraged and promoted. By
the continued growth of a strong, dedicated base of volunteer participants and
involved returning audiences, Shelby County Players, Inc. will promote and strive for
high quality educational and enjoyable dramatic arts experiences and opportunities
for all of its surrounding communities. Young people will be encouraged to become
involved in live theater, thereby encouraging an enthusiasm for theater at a young age
and enriching their lives.
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Kroger Community Rewards

Kroger will donate to SCP based on
your Kroger Plus Card purchases!

Click on the Kroger logo above to
register your Kroger Plus card for
this program.  The SCP community
number is 37408

here for more details.
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Thank you to our 2015-2016
Season Sponsor

Youth Theatre
August 5-7, 2016
August 11 - 14, 2016

215 South Harrison St.
Shelbyville, IN  46176
Show Times

Thursday, Friday or Saturday

2:00 Sunday
Monday & Tuesday
June 6 & 7 at 6:30 p.m.
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Show Sponsorship
provided by
           FREE Youth Theatre Workshop:
                             ages 6 – 17

     SCP OFFSTAGE 1416 South Miller Ave
                   (the former 44 Bowl.)

Learn & develop audition skills and stage
performance techniques including
character development, accents, cold
reading and monologue preparation.    

On  the final workshop date, June 22nd ,
participants will  show off their new skills by
performing their monologues for workshop
participants, family and friends.

              Registration opens May 1st.  
                         Space is limited.
June 1, 8, 15 & 22
7-9 PM
1416 S. Miller Ave.