Presented as a 1940’s-style radio drama, this heartwarming play is the perfect holiday outing for the entire family!Enjoy an evening of drama, radio jingles and holiday music! The magic includes Foley artists creating live sound effects on stage while actors, in period costumes, retell this inspirational story. Special performance on Monday December 6th in honor […]
Cary Players is delighted to welcome Tina Vance as the director of this funny and heartwarming play. Ms. Vance describes the play as follows: For his entire life, Nick Cristiano and his four Italian grandparents have gathered for the traditional Sunday family dinner. However, this tradition is about change when Nick breaks the news that […]
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.
Jack and Anne Wells’ curmudgeonly neighbor, Lloyd Dobbs, dies, leaving behind a desirable estate, three grown up but confused children, and lingering questions about the meaning of home and family. Will the answers drive Jack and Anne apart or bring them closer together?
Based on Robert Fulghum’s best-selling books, Kindergarten takes a funny, insightful, heartwarming look at what is profound in everyday life. This tightly woven adaptation has earned standing ovations from Singapore to Prague and from L.A. to D.C.
A favorite Cary Players holiday tradition, this fifth-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).
Back by popular demand, Cary Players is proud to present It’s a Wonderful Life as a 1940’s- style radio drama, December 4-7, 2009. Phil Grecian’s script is based on the classic Frank Capra movie. Actors will “read” well-rehearsed lines as though “on the air” and a team of Foley artists will create live sound effects during the show.
Bond Park is the perfect outdoor setting for this classic Shakespearean romantic comedy, served straight up with a spicy twist of Bollywood! Frolic with Oberon (the King of the Fairies) in the shimmering enchanted woods, with impish Puck, Bottom, and “the stuff that dreams are made of…”!
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. With these awards, Cary Players hope to build and maintain a tradition of community theater excellence for which Wilson set the standard.
Ethel lost her husband, and was left 10 million dollars. However, her goodwill efforts with this money has made her a target for her children. They write her off as needing help and send her to a sanatorium as a guest. She is the only one that knows where the money is however, and they continue efforts to retrieve this information from her.