Cary Players Community Theater is about to begin its eleventh season of providing first-rate opportunities to be a part of quality theatrical productions. Whether you prefer the limelight, relish working behind the scenes, or simply enjoy an evening of live theater, Cary’s longest-running community theatre company has something to offer.
Cary Players is proud to once again offer its unique inclusive theater initiative for individuals of all abilities and ages. TOCS provides a performing arts vehicle for each member of the group regardless of their level of experience or ability. This program promotes inclusion and is dedicated to developing social and performance skills, building self-esteem, discipline, responsibility, and positive values through the creative arts.
A beautiful American romantic story set in a drought-ridden rural Midwest town in Depression-era America, this play tells the story of a pivotal hot summer day in the life of Lizzie Curry.
Eight guests who have never met one another are lured to an island house and, along with two house servants, stranded. A mysterious voice accuses each of having gotten away with murder, just as one drops dead. One down and nine to go!
This faithful adaptation of the classic film features a joyful Christmas tale. It’s the love story of George and Mary, a descent into the darkest hour of a man trapped by circumstance, and a powerful meditation on what truly makes a meaningful life.
The Through Our Eyes Project (TOEP) is dedicated to promoting inclusion through it’s creative arts programs and to providing education and training for audiences, businesses, schools, social organizations and all groups that work with a diversified population.
Think you know the story of “The Princess and The Pea?” You may be in for a surprise! Carried on a wave of wonderful songs, this rollicking spin on royal courtship provides some side-splitting shenanigans. You’ll never look at fairy tales the same way again!
Wilson Pietzsch served on the Cary Players board of directors and acted in every production until his untimely death in 2006. The Pietzsch Awards, named in his honor, are designed to recognize individuals who exemplify Wilson’s special blend of dedication, acting ability, volunteerism, and good humor.
In a show for the ENTIRE FAMILY, Puss helps his master escape his older brother, the scary ogre, and become more than he ever thought he could be. All this, and a fancy hat and boots too!
A favorite Cary Players holiday tradition, this sixth-annual production of the PG-13 Valentine’s Day show Love Bits & Bites is an all new collection of scenes, one-acts and songs that celebrate the charm, magic and mystery of love (sometimes bitter, sometimes sweet, often funny).