Play Reading of 'Indiscretions' at Chatham Players-One Night Only
Play Reading Series INDISCRETIONS One Night Only
The Chatham Community Players is excited to present Jean Cocteau's, "Indiscretions", translated/adapted by Jeremy Sams, as a part of their successful Play Reading Series. One Night ONLY - Sunday, November 20, 2016 at 7:00 at the Chatham Playhouse, 23 North Passaic Avenue, in Chatham. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door. Visit ChathamPlayers.org for more information.
BYOB. Light will be snacks served.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
Reserved Seating Now Available
The Chatham Community Players keeps their longstanding holiday tradition alive with its production of Philip Wm. McKinley & Suzanne Buhrer’s musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL opening Friday, December 9and running until December 22. Returning to the Chatham Playhouse, Jeffrey Fiorello of Montclair directs the show, Jack Bender of Jersey City is the musical director and Dawn Afanador of Roseland is the Choreographer. This year’s production will have a “brand new look” to it courtesy of Jim Bazewicz‘s fresh new set design.
This marks the 18th time that the Chatham Players has produced this show. From 1988-1995, the group produced the show every December, and it now produces the show on a biennial basis. This unique production has become a popular family tradition for many in the area – entertaining more than 32,000 audience members since 1988.
All seating at the Chatham Playhouse is now reserved. Also, with the purchase of a Ticket Package, you can reserve your seats to A Christmas Carol and save $10 or $13 on each packages, and pay NO ticketing fees! The perfect holiday gift.
This version, produced exclusively at the Chatham Playhouse since 1988, Dickens serves not only as narrator, but also as a character that befriends Scrooge and walks beside him during his life-changing journey through memories and premonitions. While the script remains true to the original story, the playwright also pulled from letters that Dickens wrote to family and friends. The story of Ebenezer Scrooge has become one of the most beloved of all holiday tales, and this unique production also reminds us that Dickens’ inspiration for penning the story goes much deeper.
SAT, December 17 @ 3:00 pm SUN, December 18 @ 3:00 pm
Tickets are $25 for adults and $23 for youth (18 & under) & seniors (65+).
Final 2 performances, Dec. 21 & 22 are $28 for adults and $30 for youth & seniors.
All seating is reserved.
Please PRINT YOUR TICKETS with BARCODE prior to your arrival at the theater.
We are unable to scan tickets on cell phones.
For Box Office information, visit ChathamPlayers.org/Tickets.
Hearing impaired listening devices are available. Please inquire at the box office. HANDICAPPED SEATING can only be guaranteed by contacting the box office (973-635-7363) at least 24 hours prior to performances.
Chatham players is very excited to partner with two high schools to foster a love of theater in our youth. We have established an Intern Program with Chatham High School which will allow students from the theater department to explore various aspects of stagecraft. Beginning with a pilot program this academic year, students will have the opportunity to work in areas including costumes, props, set construction, and backstage running crew. This program is a reprise of the successful intern program jointly run by Players and Chatham High School in the 1990s.
Students from Union High School will also participate in an intern program. Players' relationship with Union High School began when many of their students played prominent roles in the last seasons spring musical, Spamalot.
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