Live Local Theater in Concord, New Hampshire
The Community Players is where theater lives in the capitol region. Founded in 1927, the Players have a long history of producing quality productions that engage and entertain. Each season, three main stage productions and one childrens theater show are selected to delight audiences. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about the Players history, getting involved and auditions.
Join us on October 17th, 7pm and October 18th, 2pm in the Concord City Auditorium for the Children's Theatre Project's production of "The (Somewhat) True Tale of Robin Hood", a Monty Python-esque retelling of the classic tale directed by Karen Braz. It’s hard to be humble when you’re a swashbuckling, egocentric superhero. But as the … [more]
The Community Players was founded in 1927, with a mission "... to encourage, foster and promote the participation by amateurs in all phases of the theatrical arts ...". We are proud of our long history of providing the capitol district with 86 seasons of the quality amateur productions. Click on … [More]
Community theater is a wonderful place to express your creative talents, whether it be on stage or back stage. Each of our productions provide opportunities in acting, stage design and construction, costumes, props, lighting and sound. Whatever your talents, there is a place for you at Concord … [More]