Center Players is a community theater program of the Center for the Arts in Homer, New York. Center Players produces quality, live theater productions at affordable prices, by and for the greater community and provides a venue and an experience for community artists to practice and display their craft.
Lion in Winter
November 1, 2, 3
Sibling rivalry, adultery, and dungeons – The Lion in Winter, by James Goldman, is a modern-day classic. Comedic in tone, dramatic in action – the play tells the story of the Plantagenet family, who are locked in a free-for-all of competing ambitions to inherit a kingdom
Chiller Haunted House
October 25, 26, 27
6:00 – 6:45pm “Non Scary Tours”
7 – 10pm – Scary Tours
Thursday, October 25 – The Magnetic Pull performs a live score to the classic silent film “Nosferatu” at 8pm ($5 at the door or included with price of haunted house admission)
2nd Annual Madrigal Dinner
Center Players and The Culinary Institute of America (Syracuse chapter) present a 5 course meal to the talents of a Madrigal Chorus performing throughout dinner.
The Wizard of Oz
December 12 – 15
This beloved tale, in which a Kansas farm girl travels over the rainbow to discover the magical power of home, has been entertaining audiences for generations.
Formerly known as “C4Act,” Center Players is committed to building community by creating opportunities for learning through acting, directing, writing and technical aspects of live theater. An annual season featuring a diverse offering of community theater productions will involve participants, and welcomes new “players” of all skill levels.
The term “community theatre” was coined by Louise Burleigh in 1917. The movement has been called “art theatre,” “little theatre,” “amateur theatre,” even “tributary theatre,” and it engages people in theatrical activity, albeit part-time, than all the rest of the American theatre put together.
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