By now you would have received our brochure of shows for the upcoming season. However, with the COVID-19 and the state mandated rules on live theater, we just don’t feel it is safe to be together in our space at this time.
We know live performances bring people together in a unique way. With our Theater-in- the-Round, you feel like you are part of the action on stage. The excitement of what is going to happen next, the laughter at the jokes and the tears during those poignant moments. We miss performing for you! And although we are not able to experience this together right now, we hope to welcome you back to Workshop Players Theater in early 2021.
With our theater darkened for such an extended period of time the financial ramifications are very serious. We have cut all extra expenses, by suspending services and keeping the lights off. Unfortunately we still have some utilities expense, building lease, insurance and licensing fees. With more than 40 performances canceled and no income coming in, we are humbly asking for a little help from our friends. We recognize this is a challenging time for so many and times are hard. So please only if you are able to make a donation, your support will help us bring performances back to our stage. With your help we will be able to continue our not-for-profit mission into the future. Our audiences have always been kind and generous and we thank you. We hope to see you in early 2021.
Workshop Players Board of Trustees
Donations can be mailed to :
Workshop Players Theater P.O. Box 1193 Amherst, Ohio 44001
Or you may call our Box Office 440-988-5613
All donations are tax deductible.
You can call the box office 440-988-5613 or email email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
Again, Thank You for your continued support,
Workshop Players Theater Board of Trustees
WORKSHOP PLAYERS THEATER PRESENTS
OUR 73rd SEASON
OVER 70 YEARS OF ENTERTAINMENT
Pippin, by Stephen Schwartz with book by Roger O. Hirson
Directed by Dave MacKeigan
Heir to the Frankish throne, the young prince Pippin is in search of the secret to true happiness and fulfillment. He seeks it in the glories of the battlefield, the temptations of the flesh and the intrigues of political power. In the end, though, Pippin finds that happiness lies not in extraordinary endeavors, but rather in the unextraordinary moments that happen every day. Join director, Dave MacKeigan, in experiencing this iconic piece of theater.
Pack of Lies, by Hugh Whitemore
Directed by Brad Sales,
Imagine that your best friends live right across the street. Imagine that Scotland Yard comes to you, hoping to use your house to watch the comings and goings of those same friends who very well might be Russian spies. Imagine that you must keep all of this a secret. That’s the world that the Jackson’s find themselves in as they are asked to betray their friends the Krogers. Based on a true story, this suspenseful drama, chosen by director Brad Sales, is dubbed by the N. Y. Post as “Absolutely engrossing … an evening of dynamic theatre.