CURRENT PRODUCTIONS

Crazy For You

Music and Lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, Book by Ken Ludwig

Conception by Ken Ludwig and Mike Ockrent
Inspired by material by Guy Bolton and John McGowan
Originally produced on Broadway by Roger Horchow and Elizabeth Williams

Who could ask for anything more? When 1930’s playboy, Bobby, travels to Deadrock, Nevada to foreclose on the only theatre in town, little does he know that he would meet his match with a plucky country girl named Polly… whose father happens to own the rundown theatre. Throw in some of the best music from American song legends George and Ira Gershwin “I Got Rhythm”, “They Can’t Take That Away from Me”, “But Not for Me”, “Nice Work if You Can Get It”, “Embraceable You”, and “Someone to Watch Over Me”, and you have a dazzling dance extravaganza with a heart of gold and the laughs to match.

Recommended for all ages.
May 3-19, 2018

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I Hate Hamlet

by Paul Rudnick

In this hilarious and quirky comedy, a successful Los Angeles TV actor is challenged to take on the role of Hamlet in Central Park. Andrew, however, doesn’t want the part. His girlfriend and his agent support the endeavour, but his Hollywood producer friend has a new million-dollar TV project lined up for him that can’t miss. Come see if he meets the challenge with some soul-searching, sword fighting, and supernatural help.

Recommended for age 10 and up.
Advisory: Contains strong language.

June 1-16, 2018

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PopUp Players

A Scarborough Players Production

On the second Sunday night during the run of each Scarborough Players’ production, the Pop-Up Players take over the stage for an evening of improvised comedy. The performance starts with some classic improv games (as made famous on such television shows as “Whose Line is it Anyway?”) followed by a completely improvised one-act play based on the audience’s suggestions. This play, created on the spot for one night only, uses the existing set from the current Players’ show as well as real props, costumes, lighting and musical accompaniment. It’s a truly unique, once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Approximate run time: 1 hour
Suitable for all ages
Select Sunday evenings through the year.

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The Importance of Being Earnest

by Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde’s classic is a delight right from the first cucumber sandwich! Two bachelors, Jack and Algernon, must disentangle then re-entangle their double lives in order to win the affections of two very pretty young ladies, each of whom has a soft spot for fellows named Ernest. The lads both find themselves having to behave in earnest while answering to the name of Ernest. A whole twisted tale of forged identities, deception, and above all wit and hilarity! 

Recommended for age 14 and up.
July 6-21, 2018

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INFORMATION

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