Community Service

Bringing it All Back Home (2005): John Terry and Libby Jamiel.The Silver Stage Players is truly a community theater group. The company has always made a point to better our city through community service, advocacy, activism, arts education, and outreach.

One Community - One Theater

The company has been involved with such projects as the American Cancer Society’s 24 Hour Relay for Life, the Thomas Scott Foundation's Memorial Golf Tournament, The F.I.S.H. (Friends in Service Helping) Haunted House, Bright Path Renaissance Dinner, providing entertainment for senior citizens at Mountain View Care Center, the Elko Junior Chamber of Commerce Senior Citizen Monthly Birthday Party project, Spring Creek Elementary School, Ruby Mountain Riders for the Handicapped, The Boys and Girls Club of Elko, the Elko Festival of Trees, the Elko County School District, local region Girl and Boy Scouts of America, the City of Elko's Snowflake Festival, the City of Elko's Celebrate Elko Days, Friends of the Eureka Opera House, Local chapters of 4-H, and The Eureka Museum Foundation. The company also receives donations and sponsorships from various organizations, businesses, and individuals from the community. We would like to take a moment to thank our sponsors dearly for their continued support of arts in Elko and SSP!

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