Primetime Productions

2018 - 2019 Upcoming Events                    

                 TO BE ANNOUNCED

 

Unless otherwise noted, all events are at 8:00 p.m. in Jamrich 1100.

 

What is Primetime Productions? How do I get involved?

Its purpose is to provide a variety of free, on-campus entertainment that builds community throughout the residence halls at Northern Michigan University.

Becoming a part of Primetime is not only fun and a great opportunity to meet new people and exciting performers; it's also a great way to learn the ins and outs of how to put on a show and work with talent agents.

What does Primetime do?

  • Primetime members work hard at fulfilling your on-campus entertainment needs
  • Provide safe late-night events for students
  • Provide opportunities for students to work with performers, plan, promote and put on campus events for students living on-campus
  • Attend national or regional conferences to preview acts, meet performers and agents 

 

Students interested in becoming a member of Primetime Productions can e-mail Sophie Fridstrom (spytlowa@nmu.edu) or attend a weekly meeting, which is held at 4 p.m., Friday afternoons in the Hunt/Van Antwerp Lobby. Primetime Productions is always looking for new members.

 

Primetime Productions is Sponsored by Housing and Residence Life

Previous Acts and Events Include:

  • Comedian Drew Lynch
  • Glow Bingo Night
  • Euchre Tournaments
  • Open Mic Night in The Lodge
  • Slam Poet Lauren Zuniga
  • Mentalists The Evasons 
  • Hypnotist Dale K
  • Bizarre Magician Brian Brushwood 
  • Mentalist Chris Carters
  • Sexual Assault Awareness Program, "Can I Kiss You?"

 

 

 

Scroll below to see photos of previous performers. 

Primetime members with musician Joy Ike, Winter 2017

Prime Time members with the cast of Sex Signals
Primetime Productions with the cast of Sex Signals, Fall 2015

2013 - 2014 Student Organization of the Year

Primetime Productions

Primetime members pose with Hypnotist Dale K, Winter 2009


Primetime Productions poses with Sex Signals, Fall 2009

 

Organization of the Year

2006 - 2007 Organization of the Year

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