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Broadway World Nominations

The BWW Award Nominations are open for 2019! Log on to nominate your favorite County Players shows, performers, directors, designers, choreographers, including productions from our new CP2 Readers Theatre Series, for this year’s BroadwayWorld Regional Awards!The BWW Awards, sponsored by TodayTix honor productions which opened between October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019. Only productions which opened during this time period are eligible.

Click below to nominate your favorites:

AUDITIONS for THE ROOMMATE – Sun 10/6 at 2pm

The Roommate
by Jen Silverman
Directed by Cynthia Topps
Audition Date: Sun October 6 at 2pm
Sharon is recently divorced and needs a roommate to share her Iowa home. Robyn needs a place to hide and a chance to start over. But as Sharon begins to uncover Robyn’s secrets, they encourage her own deep-seated desire to transform her life completely. A dark comedy about what it takes to re-route your life – and what happens when the wheels come off.

Link to sides
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/57w2ouaj6z2osnj/AAAHyg5wjr5peAhlgA4POotia?dl=0

Needed: 2 Women – 50’s – 60’s

Performance dates – December 7 (Sat @ 8pm) and December 8 (Sun @ 2pm)

The Roommate is the second production in the CP2 Readers Theatre Series (2019-2020).

CP2 is an exciting new series at County Players. The CP2 Readers Theatre series will be a special opportunity for actors, directors, and audience members alike to experience this unique form of theater with full dramatic readings of selected plays. No costumes, no sets, no props and the actors perform with their scripts in hand. These shows are an incredible opportunity for anyone who wants to experience great theater focusing on the playwright’s words.

County Players Season Sponsor – Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union

CP2 Readers Theater Series – Gold CP2 Season Sponsor – Duchess Tourism and Arts MidHudson, Silver CP2 Season Sponsor – Powerhouse Theatre

The Roommate by Jen Silverman is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French.

Director – Cynthia Topps – cdtopps@juno.com

Stage Manager – Jeff Battersby – jeff@reyespoint.com

Production Manager – Kit Colbourn – kitcolbourn@gmail.com

AUDITIONS – CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF – SUN 8/25 & TUES 8/27 at 7pm

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Fred Wolinsky
Audition Dates: Sun August 25 & Tues August 27 at 7pm

TUES AUGUST 27th AUDITIONS WILL BE HELD AT THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL AT 7PM
2660 E. Main St, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590

Performance Dates: NOVEMBER 8, 9, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 2019

Tennessee Williams’ twentieth century masterpiece. On a steamy night in Mississippi, a Southern family gathers at their cotton plantation to celebrate Big Daddy’s birthday. The scorching heat is almost as oppressive as the lies they tell. Brick and Maggie dance round the secrets and sexual tensions that threaten to destroy their marriage. With the future of the family at stake, which version of the truth is real—and which will win out?

Seeking 3 women, 5 men, 3-4 children

Margaret, aka Maggie the cat (female, 20’s-30’s) – vivacious, vain, sexy, attractive, relentless

Brick (male, 20’s-30’s) good-looking, former All-American, now a repressed alcoholic

Big Daddy (male, 60’s) authoritarian, brash, and vulgar

Big Mama (female, 60’s) domineering, crude, yet emotional and sincere

Gooper, aka Brother Man (male, 30’s-40’s) bitter, paranoid, greedy

Mae, aka Sister Woman (female, 30’s) Gooper’s wife, whiney, greedy, manipulative

Rev. Tooker (male, 30-70) tactless, opportunistic, hypocritical

Doctor Baugh (male, 30-70) discreet, timid

3-4 children (girls and boys, 6-12) – wild, mischievous spoiled brats. One will have some solo lines; all others will speak/sing in a group.

Auditions will consist of readings from the script. Any children will be seen first.

Audition Sides

 

CP Travel Adventures – Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival – Into the Woods

CP Travel Adventures

A NEW way to celebrate with

County Players!

CP Travel Adventures are unique trips planned for our CP friends that feature specially designed custom tours with a primary focus on theatre.

On Thursday, August 29, a small group of intrepid travelers will join us on the very first CP Travel Adventure. Boarding the CP bus in Wappingers Falls, we will travel to the tent… the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival Tent, that is. We will enjoy a wonderful sunset picnic supper on the beautiful Boscobel Mansion grounds overlooking the Hudson River, followed by HVSF’s production of Into The Woods performed under the HVSF tent! All for one package price – no muss, no fuss, no driving, no parking, no picnic packing: The CP Travel Adventure package includes theatre tickets, round-trip transportation, a lawn picnic and an opportunity to support County Players! So, climb aboard the CP Travel Adventure bus;let us do the planning!

INCLUDED:

  • Round-trip transportation to the Boscobel Mansion & HVSF;
  • Ticket in center rear section to the 7/29 evening performance of HVSF’s production of the musical Into The Woods;
  • Picnic supper, including beverage, dessert and choice of entree;
  • All taxes and gratuities;
  • Tax deductible donation to County Players ($25)

 Package price – $140 per person (nonrefundable). Limited number of seats are available and will be sold on a first-come basis.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE

Wishes, Worries, The Witch, and The Woods collide in song under the HVSF Theater Tent

ADOPT-A-SEAT AT COUNTY PLAYERS!

ADOPT-A-SEAT PROGRAM

2019-2020 SEASON

ADOPT-A-SEAT AT COUNTY PLAYERS

Adopting a seat at County Players is a special way to commemorate a birthday or anniversary, to make a personal contribution, a thoughtful gift, or a unique way to honor or memorialize someone’s legacy.

Your contribution supports our ongoing capital improvement efforts which, in turn, allows us to continue producing the finest community theatre in the Hudson Valley.

To commemorate your tax-deductible donation, we will engrave a seat plaque that features the name or text of your choice. You will receive an acknowledgement for your records and gift recipients will be notified of your gift.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: Will the dedicated name actually appear on my seat?

A: YES! A nameplate will be placed on “your” seat.

Q: May I specify a name other than my own?

A: YES! You may use this opportunity to honor or memorialize someone.

Q: Is there a limit to what I can put on the plaque?

A: YES! You must limit your message to 3 lines, with 19 characters per line (including any punctuation or spaces). Some restrictions may apply

Q: When I attend a performance at County Players, will I be able to reserve my “adopted” seat?

A: YES! When purchasing tickets through our box office system, if your seat is available you may request it for the show you are attending. In addition, through our Main Stage Subscription Series, you may be able to reserve your adopted seat for the full season. Please note that seat sponsors must still purchase tickets to any performance at County Players and are not guaranteed seating in chairs bearing theirnames.

Q: I want to adopt a seat in a certain location. Can I be that specific?

A: YES! If currently available, you may request a specific seat. All seats are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.

Q: How much does it cost to adopt a seat?

A: $300 Center aisle and front row seats; $250 All other seats

To adopt a seat at County Players, click here!