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.
Tragedy of Macbeth
Directed by Louise Felker
(Outdoor Summer Production/Shakespeare in the Park)
Production Dates: August 8, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18
June 13 + 14
Center for the Arts of Homer
Prepare a dramatic monologue of your choosing, Shakespeare preferred.
For more information contact Louise Felker
Announcing the Cast of the 2019 Summer Musical!
THE MUSIC MAN
July 26 – 28
Harold Hill: Jarrett Zeman
Marian Paroo: Haley Georgia
The Barbershop Quartet:Ewart Dunlop (store owner) (lead) and Traveling Salesman #2: Connor Carroll
Oliver Hix (Baritone) and Traveling Salesman #4: Sam Herwood
Jacey Squires (tenor): to be determined later.
Olin Britt (newspaper owner)(Bass): John Melvin
Marcellus Washburn: Jack McAuliff
Mrs. Paroo: Brynn Carr
Mayor Shinn: Sandy Sampson
Winthrop Paroo: Stuart Carr
Charlie Cowell: Matt Steele
Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn: Tammie Whitson
Alma Hix: Alyssa Courter
Ethel Toffelmier: Dana Comfort
Maud Dunlop: Meghan Henley
Mrs. Squires: Casey Lee Silidjian
Amaryllis: Kara Sova
Traveling Salesman #5 & Constable Locke: Anthony Caravella
Zaneeta Shinn: Olivia Stockwin
Tommy Djilas: to be determined later
Gracie Shinn: Hannah Bouwens
Traveling Salesman #3 & River City Man: Jack Carr
Pick-a-little ladies: Kelly Horrozles and Maggie Mathey
Teen dancers –
Lily Barrett Ethan Coburn
Rachel Bowens Carrick Knarr
Nina Campos Levin Niggli
Lavinia Caravella Owen Thomas
River City Residents:
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.
For more information email: email@example.com or call (607) 749-4900.