Announcing the cast of Barefoot In The Park

THANK YOU to everyone who came out to audition for the first show of our 97th season!! We had a wonderfully talented group, and hope to see you all again at future auditions! Congratulations to the cast of Barefoot in the Park! Paul Bratter - Dakota McDaniels Corie Bratter - Kayla Blue Ethel Banks (Mother) - Judy Stroh Victor Velasco - Rich Tinaglia Telephone Man (Harry) - Jared Cantrell Delivery Man - Jay Hartzler
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Preview: The Addams Family

Community Players Get Creepy and Kooky with [Snap, Snap] The Addams Family Join Community Players as Robinhood Lane welcomes its newest residents: the peculiar, macabre, and, yes, hilarious title characters of The Addams Family.  Gomez, Morticia, Wednesday, Pugsley, Uncle Fester, Cousin Itt, and the rest of the gang are the offspring of the, um, unusual imagination of Charles Addams, longtime cartoonist for the New Yorker. The characters first appeared in a cartoon in 1937 and thereafter found an unlikely home in the pages of the nation’s most sophisticated magazine until Addams’s death in 1988.  The Addamses are a loving family, in many ways a typical American family, except their values are reversed from those of their neighbors. In Addams’s cartoons we see them on their mansion’s roof preparing to pour boiling oil on Christmas carolers or we see Wednesday and Pugsley playing with dolls—and a tiny guillotine! 
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Announcing the Cast of The Addams Family

THANK YOU to everyone who came out to audition! We hope to see you all at auditions for future shows. Congratulations to the cast of The Addams Family! CAST Gomez Addams - Nick Benson Morticia Addams - Kallie Bundy Wednesday Addams - Peyton Tongate Pugsley Addams - Rowan Loseke Fester Addams - Bruce Parrish Grandma Addams - Trisha Bagby Lurch - Nick Seaman Mal Beineke - Robert Collier Alice Beineke - Lauren Hickle Lucas Beineke - Zach Hendricks Ensemble: Danye Hennefent, Lauren Duquette, Kathryn Edwards, Alyssa Rainey, McKenzie Landers, Humberto Giles-Sanchez, Jessa Hendricker, Kendra Baca, Jay Hartzler
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Preview: A Few Good Men

Community Players Finds A Few Good Men (and Women too) Can you handle the truth?  To find out, come see Community Players’ production of Aaron Sorkin’s courtroom drama, A Few Good Men.  This 1989 drama is set into motion by the death of a U.S. Marine private at the naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, during a hazing incident gone wrong. Naval Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee is assigned to defend the two accused Marines at their court martial. He is inclined to settle for a plea deal, but when prodded by his assistant, Lieutenant Commander Jo Galloway, he begins to dig deeper and finds a trail of corruption that leads to a showdown with Lieutenant Colonel Nathan Jessup, the base commander. A Few Good Men opened at Broadway’s Music Box Theater on November 2, 1989, where it ran for 497 performances. 
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