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Directed by Wayland Bunnell

New dates!  May 6-8, 2022
Concord City Auditorium
Concord, NH

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If you remember our production of Almost, Maine in February of 2011, you’ll remember how delightful John Cariani’s characters and situations are. Last Gas also takes place in way-northern Maine, in a very small, unincorporated town where unusual things happen to ordinary people. It’s on the edge of what’s wild and what’s not. Long-time member Wayland Bunnell (from way-northern New Hampshire) directs a cast of six, four of which are brand new to The Players! Both staff and actors are wonderful, devoted, and working hard to bring in this amazing play. So come take another trip back to way-northern Maine and see how funny, touching, moving and universal the human condition is. There’s more than moose that can cross our paths and bring change!

Cast List

Nat Paradis: Patrick McGranaghan
Troy Paridis-Pulcifer: Ryan Flaherty
Dwight Paradis: Eric Stanley
Guy Gagnon: Jerry Smith
Cherry-Tracy Pulcifer: Heather Carmichael
Lureen Legassey Soloway: Suzanne Watts


Hatbox Theatre

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Featuring Doug Schwarz and David Peck
with Brandon Buteau on piano

May 20-22, 2022
Friday & Saturday @ 7:30 pm / Sunday @ 2:00 pm
Hatbox Theatre
Concord, NH

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Yes, it really is a show about Johann Gutenberg, inventor of the printing press. But it’s also about Bud and Doug, two wannabe playwrights who’ve written a show about Gutenberg — a show they’re convinced is the best musical ever written, ever! Now they’re doing a showcase for some really big Broadway producers. But can two guys with no set, no costumes and a handful of props stage an entire Broadway show? They can sure have fun trying!


Directed by Elizabeth Lent

June 17-26, 2022
Fridays & Saturdays @ 7:30 pm / Sundays @ 2:00 pm
Hatbox Theatre
Concord, NH

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In The Bald Soprano, a classic of modern theatre, a clock chimes seventeen times for seemingly no reason at all, the doorbell rings but there are no visitors, and the bald soprano never changes her hairstyle. A hilarious and unique satire on modern life by Eugene Ionesco, known as the father of Theatre of the Absurd, this is a theatre experience in which non-sequiturs fly, people talk to each other at cross purposes getting nowhere, and the concept of time is turned on its head. This thought provoking  tour-de-force of linguistic acrobatics about modern communication or the lack thereof is sure to delight.



Written and directed by Wallace J. Pineault

September 9-25, 2022
Fridays & Saturdays @ 7:30 pm / Sundays @ 2:00 pm
Hatbox Theatre
Concord, NH

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The Eastman Real Estate Development Corporation is about to embark on the biggest and most extravagant project in the company’s history. As the deadline for designs quickly approaches, the owner of the abutting apartment building finally decides to sell to Eastman Development, changing the Company’s overall plans for the expanded site.

To founder and CEO George Eastman, the upheaval of its new tenants’ lives is an unfortunate, but necessary part of doing business.  But when Frank Eastman — George’s son and heir to the company’s fortune — is unexpectedly confronted by Sophie Weston, an ACLU lawyer (or so he believes) representing the soon-to-be evicted tenants, the encounter triggers a crisis of conscience.  Subsequent events will lead to confusion and upheaval regarding Frank’s job, his up-coming wedding, and his future with his father’s firm.

Auditions: June 3 & 5, 2022.  More info


MAIN STAGE 2022-23



Murder on the Orient Express – November 18-20, 2022. Directed by Elizabeth Lent.
Ken Ludwig’s clever adaptation of the classic Agatha Christie murder mystery features glamour, intrigue and suspense with a healthy dose of humor.

The 39 Steps – February 17-19, 2023. Directed by Kevin Gardner.
Nonstop laughs as four actors play over 150 zany roles in this ingenious and lightning-fast whodunnit. Based on Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 film thriller of the same name, with adaptation by Patrick Barlow from the novel by John Buchan.

Not A Word – May 5-7, 2023. Written and directed by Wallace J. Pineault.
An uproarious comedy following the trials and tribulations of an earnest group of strangers all desperately trying to break into the silent film industry.

The Children’s Theatre Project show and audition information will soon be announced. Performances are October 14 & 15, 2023. Directed by Karen Braz.