Scenemakers Board

Make a Dramatic Impact

Become a Goodman Scenemaker

Joining the Scenemakers Board offers young professionals the chance to learn more about the Goodman from the inside out. You’ll see ground-breaking plays and engage with acclaimed actors, playwrights and directors—and get unprecedented access to the work on our stages.

You’ll experience a new social scene and expand your professional network—and get the satisfaction of supporting Chicago’s premier theater.

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Upcoming Events

  • Live @ Five

    Live @ Five: Catching Creation

    Thursday, March 18 at 5pm CDT

    Catching creation...during a pandemic? In celebration of our Encore stream of How To Catch Creation, join us for a panel discussion with playwright Christina Anderson, Sound Designer Justin Ellington, and Musicians SassyBlack & STLNDRMS, as they discuss creation, inspiration and how their art has been changed and affected by the pandemic.

 

Recent Events

  • A Christmas Carol Scene Night

    Scenemakers Board Presents: Live @ Five A Christmas Carol

    Friday, December 18, 2020 

    Join the Scenemakers Board for a free virtual event to celebrate A Christmas Carol. Tune into Live @ Five on Friday, December 18 for a live-streamed event that will feature cast members as they discuss their years working on A Christmas Carol.

  • School Girls Scene Night

    Scene Night: School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play

    Thursday, March 12, 2020 

    Join the Scenemakers Board for a pre-show reception at Catch 35, then take your seat in the Albert Theatre for the biting and boyant comedy School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play. Tickets will be available at a later date.

  • Scene Night

    Scene Night: Bernhardt/Hamlet

    Monday, September 23, 2019 at 8PM

    Join the Scenemakers Board for the official cast party of Bernhardt/Hamlet. First, take your seat at the exclusive opening night performance of Theresa Rebeck's rollicking comedy that is "so clever it uplifts, so timely it hurts" (The New York Times), directed by Donna Feore. Then, mingle with Goodman artists and guests during the cast party with complimentary food and drinks.