Welcome to the Hyde Park Community Players website.

The Players’ first fully-staged musical The Musical of Musicals! The Musical! was a great success. Thanks to everyone who contributed their creativity and hard work to a really fine show.

Our next show will be our Monthly Staged Reading for May.

Friday, May 1, 8 pm

B for battle, M for morte, by Rosina Neginsky

Directed by the author
a theatrical reading from an epistolary novel-in-progress: a young man, whose mother who died in a plane crash, discovers her correspondence.  As he uses the letters to write a novel of his own, he not only discovers who his mother really was as a woman and a person, but most importantly he finds in his own talent as a writer meaning for existence and the direction his life had lost following the death of his father and his beloved mother. At Augustana Lutheran Church, 5500 S. Woodlawn.  Admission $5 at the door.

Monthly Friday Staged Readings

(To learn more about our monthly series of Friday Staged Readings and how you can get involved, and for a schedule of upcoming readings, click here.)

Pictures

are now up on our Facebook page of our most recent production, Drones, Clones, and Phones: I Know What You Did Last Summer, our first-ever improv show, directed by Dan Friedrich. Check them out. And while you’re there, please “Like” us. Thanks.

And More

Click here to see our entire 2014-2015 Season!

Watch our upcoming events page for details of HPCP meetings, auditions, productions and other gatherings.

And if you’d like to be on our e-mail list or involved in the Players, drop us a line at info@hydeparkcommunityplayers.org

HPCP presents: PAY TO PLAY!

We read your feedback forms. So we know that some of you want more comedy. And some of you want more drama. And it’s too close to call. So in proud Chicago tradition, we’ve decided to let you vote on it…for a price.  Click here to learn more.

Who are we?

We are a not-for-profit, all-volunteer group dedicated to creating and nurturing vital community theater in the greater Hyde Park, Chicago neighborhood.  We are always happy to welcome new people who would like to join us in our planning, our activities, and our productions. We emphasize genuine engagement in the project of creating both community and theater.  Active members commit to working on the implementation and the promotion of each HPCP production. (And, by the way, this is a growing website.  We hope it has what you needed today; we look to be able to offer much, much more in the future.  Thanks for visiting.)

Our Productions to Date page is your gateway to records of past productions in pictures and words.  Photos from past productions are up on our Facebook page.  Check them out, and while you’re there, why not say you “like” us?  And if you tweet, you can also follow us on @HPCPlayers

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