We are running a Kickstarter Campaign
to fund our first-ever musical. We have less than two weeks left and surely you don’t want to be left behind as we reach for (and reach beyond) our $3500 goal….If we exceed our goal, we can give you even more! We’re planning to propose some “stretch goals” soon: they’re not “official yet, but with extra funds we are thinking of buying video equipment to ensure a good record of every one of our shows and a laptop computer that can handle to sound and video challenges that come along with launching an exciting theatrical production. Help us make this goal and beyond. Every extra dollar you give helps the Players’ future shows too! Click on the link to show your support for the Players.
Friday Staged readings
Coming up this Friday, March 6th, at 8:oo pm, we bring you our monthly Friday Staged Reading:
directed by the playwright.
The play alternates between 1969 and 1987. In ’69: Joanie, a sheltered teenager, has just arrived at the Woodstock Festival with Penny, her free-spirited friend. There Joanie meets Michael, a laissez-faire hippie, who introduces her to a brand new side of life. Fast forward to ’87: Joanie, now just ”Joan”, is mother to a curious and hard-rock-obsessed teenage daughter Melody. Melody never knew anything about her father, but a slight clue launches her on a journey to find him. Staged at Augustana Lutheran Church, 5500 S. Woodlawn Ave. Admission $5 at the door.
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.
By the way,
is the blog that just keeps on giving. Susan has been kind enough to share a blog entry she wrote in her own personal blog, sparked by her part as Juliet’s Nurse. Click over to the blog and scroll down to April 23 for a good read.
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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.