Live Theater!

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.


Love Letters
by A.R. Gurney
May 13, 14, 15 at 7:30pm
May 16 at 2:00pm
Call: 607-749-4900 to Reserve

Directed by JenniferLeigh Clune
Featuring Haley Georgia and Matthew Steele

It’s like “dinner theater” but sweeter! $15 per person includes a ticket to the show, plus one sweet dessert item!

A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters is a tender, tragi-comic, and nuanced examination of the shared nostalgia, missed opportunities, and deep closeness of two lifelong, complicated friends. While spanning five decades and numerous locations, it is staged simply, with two actors letting their words describe a world of emotion…

Nunsense – the musical!
by Dan Goggin
June 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 at 7:30pm
June 13 & 20 at 2:00pm
Call: 607-749-4900 to Reserve

Nunsense is a hilarious talent show staged by five survivors at the Little Sisters of Hoboken nunnery, the rest of the sisterhood having succumbed to botulism after eating vichyssoise prepared by Sister Julia, Child of God. The remaining “Little Hobos” parade their talents at a variety show staged to raise funds so that the last four of the dearly departed can be buried. The score pulses with merriment and an unabashed desire to make you laugh, with songs and spontaneous comic interludes paced at break-neck speed.

The Phantom Tollbooth
Family Show!
Based on the book by Norton Juster
July 16, 17 at 6:00pm
July 18 at 1:00pm

Based on the venerated children’s book, a young boy’s magical journey proves that life is the greatest adventure of all.

The Merry Wives of Windsor (Shakespeare in Suggett Park)
by William Shakespeare
August 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29 at 6:00pm
August 21, 22, 28, 29 at 2:00pm

Double-meanings, disguises and dirty laundry abound as Sir John Falstaff sets about improving his financial situation by wooing Mistress Page and Mistress Ford. But the ‘Merry Wives’ quickly cotton on to his tricks and decide to have a bit of fun of their own at Falstaff’s expense…