about the Players - Join us!
June 1, 2005
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, come together at The Concord Players Annual Meeting and Frolic! Sunday, June 5 at 7:17 pm (or thereabouts). Join us for a fond look back at our 85th season, and a look ahead to our 86th, which will kick off in the fall with Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest. A splendid time is guaranteed for all!
Importance of Being Earnest, "a trivial comedy for
serious people,” will hold auditions Wednesday, August 31st from
7:00 to 10:00 pm, Thursday, September 1st, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, with
callbacks Thursday, September 1st, from 9:00 to 10:30 pm. Complete audition
information can be found at here.
We're still looking for volunteers for lighting designer, lighting operator,
sound designer, sound operator, make up, costumes, set construction and
set painting. Interested? Of course you are! Email email@example.com
or leave a message at 978 369-2990. Mario Salinas directs.
The producers are David
Atwood, Peggy Elliott and
The team that will bring us The Spitfire Grill is rapidly coming together. Director Denis Fitzpatrick and Musical Director Mario Cruz can rest assured in the capable hands of producers Sally Bull, Marilyn Cugini and Marlene Mandel, along with Set Designer Doug Cooper, Stage Manager Cathie Regan, Lighting Designer Susan Tucker, and Property Mistress and Set Dresser Marion Pohl. Anyone else who wants to work on this show need only contact one of the three producers.
Patricia Till is adjudicating at The New Hampshire Theatre Festival on June 4 and 5. Patricia will also reprise her well-received portrayal of Diana Vreeland in Full Gallop in the Playhouse of The Academy of Performing Arts in Orleans, come September.
On May 7 The Concord Players participated in “May Day,” an event organized by the Theater Community Benevolent Fund, to benefit Boston area theatres in especial need. Patricia Till sits on the board with members of the Nora Theatre Company, the Weeelock Family Theatre and Boston Playwright’s Theatre.
Chuck Schwager and Melissa Sine will each perform a monologue from “Three Viewings” by Jeffery Hatcher at the Boston Playwright’s Theatre, Saturday, June 25th at 8 pm and Sunday, June 26th at 2 pm. Chuck plays Virginia, a 60 year old widow. Refreshments will be served following the performance; a $10 donation is requested. For further info, contact Chuck at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Nimar is playing the part of Patrick in “Mame,” at the College Light Opera Company, from July 12 through the 16, at the Highfield Theatre in Falmouth.
The Play/Director Selection Committee that will choose our slate for ‘06 - ‘07 has been selected. Send your condolences along with your suggestions to Susan Tucker, Tillie Sweet, Birgitta Knuttgen, Tom Sullivan and Bobby Kerrigan.
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Thomas Caron, editor