Liberty Town Productions, nfp, Libertyville’s not-for-profit entertainment production company, is dedicated to fostering community while celebrating talent on life's stage. This mission is accomplished by producing and promoting high-quality, affordable, local theatrical, musical and other fine arts performances with and for fun-loving people. As a recognized 501(c)(3) public charity, contributions to this organization are tax deductible.
To join our mailing list, ask a question or make a suggestion, send an
e-mail to the
Liberty Town Productions
via the mail link here.
We need your help to keep entertaining
The cost for rights, rentals, equipment, etc. for us to stage a typical community musical is, generally, $10,000-$12,000. Considering our average ticket cost of $15 ($20 for adults, $10 for students), if we sell out three shows in a 200-seat venue, our revenue is $9,000. Most often, it’s
closer to $6,000. Bottom line...we count on
generous patrons to keep us performing.
Please consider making a
tax-deductible donation to
Liberty Town Productions, nfp.
by clicking HERE for details and a link to
All are invited
to join in the fun
Enthusiasm is required. Beyond that, just tell us you want to... Perform, Help Backstage, Design or Build Sets, Coordinate Props, Figure Out Costumes, Choreograph, Babysit our Cast’s Kids, Work with Lights or Sound...or do something else... Check out a full list of opportunities, weigh in on future show titles and share any advice on our online survey HERE or send us an e-mail by clicking here.
Happy Thanksgiving to the family of
Liberty Town Productions: the patrons, performers, directors and crew of Libertyville's not-for-profit entertainment company. Will you please consider making a tax-deductible donation to our 501(c)(3)? Click HERE to donate online via Pay Pal or Credit Card, or send your donation to Liberty Town Productions, nfp, 945 Windhaven Road, Libertyville, IL 60048.
Terry Bangs, Lizz Dabney, Cathy Heller,
Dustin Helvie, Scott Metzger and Barry Reszel, LTP's Board of Directors