Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Who are the RPI Players?
A: The RPI Players is the oldest on-campus theater group. Membership is open to any and all students and members of the RPI Community who have an interest in theater. If you have performed, worked backstage, or even if you have never seen the inside of a theater before, you are welcome at the RPI Players.
Q: What is an "RPI Player"?
A: Strictly speaking, a Player is someone who has held two named production roles in productions of the RPI Players. An Apprentice to the RPI Players is one who has held only a single role. For the specifics of what this means, see our constitution under “Club Documents” in the Membership tab. If you haven't been initiated as a Player yet, don't worry! The only thing you are excluded from is voting at Players Meetings. All those with an interest in theater are encouraged equally to participate in the RPI Players!
Q: How do I find you guys?
A: For information on current auditions and technical roles, check the Current Season tab above.
Work Parties are held almost every Friday night at the Playhouse. They start at 7 pm and last until they are over (usually by about midnight, but sometimes stretching to the wee hours of the morning). Feel free to drop by for any amount time, at any time, to lend a hand. Technical skill is NOT a prerequisite. Fun work to suit any skill level is always available.
Player General Meetings are usually held on the first Sunday of every month at 2 PM in the Playhouse. This is where we take care of the business of the RPI Players. Players is an entirely student run organization, and relies on the participation of its members. Come along to find out what's going on, and how you can get involved.
Q: How do I find out more about the Players?