2020 Season

The 2021 Season! Our 84th Year!

Mama Won’t Fly By Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten Directed by Sandy Goad
March 19-28

The Community Players of Hobbs Production of Elton John & Tim Rice's
directed by Douglas Levy
May 14-23

The Community Players of Hobbs Youth Performing Arts Workshop Production of Disney's
Aladdin, Jr.
July 15-18

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

December 16-19

*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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Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Tickets on sale for The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge

Tickets are on sale now for 

The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge

Performance dates are 
December 16, 17, 18 at 8:00 p.m.
December 19 at 2:00 p.m.

Tickets $10
available online or at the door

It's been a year where Ebenezer Scrooge has lived with his promises to the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future. Keeping Christmas in his heart has turned out to be quite the chore. So Scrooge is suing the Ghosts of Christmas and his old partner, Jacob Marley, for pain and suffering, kidnapping, attempted murder.... This hilarious play by Mark Brown is directed by Tammy Dayley and Christie Harkness and played out for you by the wondrous talents of the Community Players of Hobbs. approx. 120 minutes

AUDITION NOTICE: The Miss Firecracker Contest

Auditions for
The Miss Firecracker Contest
a comedy by Beth Henley
Directed by Jdee Early
will be
Monday and Tuesday
December 20-21
6:00 p.m.
at the Playhouse
1700 N. Grimes

Parts available for 2 men & 4 women

Performance dates are March 4-13, 2022

In the small Mississippi town of Brookhaven, a few days before the Fourth of July. Carnelle Scott (known locally as “Miss Hot Tamale") is rehearsing furiously for the Miss Firecracker Contest—hoping that a victory will salvage her tarnished reputation and allow her to leave town in a blaze of glory. The unexpected arrival of her cousin Elain, complicates matters a bit, as does the repeated threat of Elain’s eccentric brother, Delmount, (recently released from a mental institution) to sell the family homestead. Aided by a touchingly awkward seamstress named Popeye and several other cheerfully nutty characters, Carnelle perseveres—leading to a denouement of unparalleled hilarity, compassion and moving lyricism.

For more information on the play: https://www.dramatists.com/cgi-bin/db/single.asp?key=1179