Members are partners of the EDP community, who through their time, talents and treasures, participate in and direct its operations. If after volunteering for a while, you decide to get more involved, please consider EDP membership. Members can actually help shape the theater. Some benefits of membership include being able to run for the Board, serve on a committee, vote for theater business, produce shows as well as many other responsibilities. Plan to attend a membership meeting if you would like more information. We will assign you a mentor who will help you with your decision to become more involved.
Membership Meetings for 2018/19 will be held at 7:30pm on the following dates in the lobby of the Wade James Theatre (unless otherwise announced):
- May 7, 2018
- June 4, 2018
- July 9 – 7:30pm at Scott’s Bar and Grill for a Summer Fun Party!
- August 6, 2018
- October 1, 2018
- December 3, 2018
- February 4, 2019
- March 4, 2019 (ANNUAL MEMBER MEETING)
Plan to attend and learn what is happening in your theater!
In order to remain a member in good standing, a member is required to volunteer a minimum of 30 hours annually and pay the membership fee each year during open enrollment (August 1 – November 1). The cost for membership with Edmonds Driftwood Players is $35.00 per year and is open to all persons 18 years or older without discrimination.
Click here for the 2018/19 member form and submit your application for membership by email or print out and deliver.
We will begin renewing and accepting new memberships on August 1, 2018. An applicant becomes a member 31 days after dues are paid for the first time or if a membership has expired. Members must renew by November 1 each year to remain a member in good standing without any lapse in their membership. If a member prefers to break the payment into a couple of smaller payments, please contact the office. As long as the full balance of $35 is paid by November 1, the member will remain in good standing.
Junior Membership for ages 9 to 17-years-old is $25.00 per year with written consent of a parent and approval of the board.