The 2021 Season! Our 84th Year!
Mama Won’t Fly By Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten Directed by Sandy Goad
The Community Players of Hobbs Production of Elton John & Tim Rice's
directed by Douglas Levy
The Community Players of Hobbs Youth Performing Arts Workshop Production of Disney's
The Hunt (11th Annual Haunted House), directed by Nathan Gibbs and Kevin Combs
October 21-23, 29-31
The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge
By Mark Brown Directed by Christie Harkness
*All dates subject to change, some performances may be presented online if required, please check back often for the most current information*
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Tuesday, February 14, 2017
The Glass Menagerie opens in two days!
Show dates are February 16-18 (8 PM) and February 19 (2 PM). Tickets are $10 and available at the door or online (click below).
Amanda Wingfield, a faded Southern belle of middle age, shares a dingy St. Louis apartment with her son Tom, in his early twenties, and his slightly older sister, Laura. Although she is a survivor and a pragmatist, Amanda yearns for the comforts and admiration she remembers from her days as a fêted debutante. She worries especially about the future of her daughter Laura, a young woman with a limp (an aftereffect of a bout of polio) and a tremulous insecurity about the outside world. Amanda is obsessed with finding a suitor (or, as she puts it, a "gentleman caller") for Laura, whose crippling shyness has led her to drop out of both high school and a subsequent secretarial course, and who spends much of her time polishing and arranging her collection of little glass animals. Pressured by his mother to help find a caller for Laura, Tom invites an acquaintance from work named Jim home for dinner.
"The Glass Menagerie" is directed by Nathan R. Miles, and will be our entry in the 2017 AACTFest competition.
"The Glass Menagerie" stars Veronikka Sylvas as Amanda Wingfield, Tyler Bunch as Tom Wingfield, Sarah Bunch as Laura Wingfield, and Jason Marshall as Jim O'Connor.