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 Megan Bisson (firstname.lastname@example.org) 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
Primetime Productions with the cast of Sex Signals, Fall 2015
2013 - 2014 Student Organization of the Year
Primetime members pose with Hypnotist Dale K, Winter 2009
Primetime Productions poses with Sex Signals, Fall 2009
2006 - 2007 Organization of the Year