Announcing the cast of our
The Play That Goes Wrong
(Performances: November 3 – 18, 2023)
Directed by Brian Kelly
The Play that Goes Wrong shows us The Cornley Drama Society as they
present their new production, The Murder at Haversham Manor, an early
1900s murder mystery. The members of the society have had a string of
bad luck with previous productions and are excited to have finally
gotten it right. As the show progresses, a multitude of accidents and
problems occur that threaten the production, but the actors continue
with as much professionalism as possible to ensure the audience' pleasure.
Announcing TWO productions for this summer:
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Directed by Nicholas Meunier
For our first show of the summer, and tenth as the Players' resident Shakespeare troupe,
we will revisit the first show we presented in 2012 —
the much beloved A Midsummer Night's Dream. This ecstatic
and energetic Midsummer will run... at midsummer of course,
at 5 pm on June 17-18 and 24-25 on the lawn of the Concord
Free Public Library and indoors at 7 pm at 51 Walden on Friday, June 23.
Admission is always free!
Mark your calendars now.
Come check out the beginning of the story:
September 9-10 and 15-17.
Directed by Michael Haddad
Our troupe will begin an ongoing
relationship with the plays of Shakespeare's
Henriad, by presenting Richard II. This lesser known, but
beautifully poetic play, written around the same time as Midsummer,
follows the deposition of Richard by his cousin, Henry Bolingbroke
(later Henry IV) and begins an inherently dramatic series of events
that covers 185 years of English history and eight Shakespeare plays.
Presenting our 2023-2024 season:
November 3 - 18, 2023
February 9 - 24, 2024
April 26 - May 11, 2024
COVID-19 Notice: updated
September 20, 2022
In order to provide a safe environment for all to enjoy your
theater experience, we strongly recommend the wearing of
masks at all indoor performances.
View our full COVID-19 policy statement
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