Directed by April Olt
Produced by Booth Muller
Rick Isbell, Sonda Staley, & Emma Harvey Crooks
Original plays presented in a readers theatre format. Curtain Players provides the playing space, rehearsal space, and very basic stage lighting, with the selected playwrights taking creative license with directors and actors of their choosing to bring their new stories to life.
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Updated: December 1, 2016
- Spotlight: Skating Party Ready to Roll January 26
- Jan 24: DCF Awards Players $1500 Grant
- Jan 23: 'Rabbit Hole' Cast in Place
- Jan 20: Players President Among Award Presenters
- Jan 19: 'Trevor' Script Review, Audition in February
- Jan 18: Players Thanks 'Simply Staged' House Staff
- Jan 16: Ten Roundtable Nominations for Curtain
- Jan 13: 'Simply Staged' Playwright Shares Notes
- Jan 12: How Players Membership is Defined
- Jan 11: Legacy & Renew 62 Percent of Goal
- Jan 11: Board Changes February Meeting Date
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In the Spotlight
Skating Party Ready to Roll January 26
Curtain Players is ready to roll, and the community theatre company is issuing an invitation to everyone to participate in a special family fundraising event.
Curtain Players has announced details about its fundraising roller skating party Thursday evening January 26 at United Skates of America. The rink is located at 3362 Refugee Road in Columbus (43232).
Admission is $4 to the event – 6:30-8:30 PM on January 26 – with half the ticket price donated to Curtain Players. Tickets will be sold at the door. (Skate or rollerblade rental is $3.50; skate mate rental is $5. The café will be open for the purchase of snacks and beverages.)
In addition to skating, there will be karaoke featuring a family Top 40 mix and popular songs from the musical theatre.