Current Season

Main Stage 2016/2017 – Our 89th Season!

The Community Players presents it’s 89th season featuring

Why not consider a “Season Ticket” and receive the three main stage shows at a discounted rate. As a benefit, you would have first pick at your current seat for the following season. Season tickets are on sale now! For more information on Season Tickets, please contact our Subscription Sales Chair – David Murdo at 344-4747 or by e-mail at nhdm40@comcast.net.

Beyond the Main Stage

 

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February 10, 11 at 7:30 pm & 12 at 2 pm

Directed by Pat Delzell

FUNNY!! FUNNY!! FUNNY!!

Noises Off! is quite simply one of the funniest plays ever written!

A second-rate theatre company is muddling through their final dress rehearsal of a hilarious, fast-moving farce. Tensions mount with missed cues, slamming doors, misplaced plates of sardines, a dim-witted bimbo, an axe-wielding jealous lover, and other comic catastrophes! Everything that CAN go wrong DOES go wrong — and that’s only the rehearsal!

As the show goes into actual performance we watch in mounting hysterical horror as it spins further and further out of control — both on stage and backstage — until its final, inevitable meltdown!  “… spectacularly funny … a festival of delirium!” — The New York Times

Cast List

Mrs. Clackett……Sue Bechard
Belinda/Flavia…Paula Demers
Brooke/Vicki……Natalie Sailor
Poppy……………..Cheri Birch
Garry/Roger……Chad Boutin
Freddie/Philip…Chris Demers
Tim………………..Kyle Wallace
Selsdon…………..Matt McGonagle


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Directed by Wayland Bunnell

It’s Christmas Eve, 2004, and the Wyeth family gathers in Palm Springs, California. Parents Polly and Lyman were highly regarded in old Hollywood circles, and admired by Republicans for their service to the party and friendship with Ronald and Nancy Reagan.

Eldest daughter and promising novelist Brooke is home for the holidays, bearing her new manuscript — a memoir that exposes the personal lives and long-hidden secrets of this very private family. Brooke’s argument for, and her parents’ arguments against, publication shred the family’s Christmas Eve and threaten its very survival. A “must see” play!