Past Shows


Inherit The Wind

October 2003

Based on the Scopes-Monkey trial, this classic courtroom drama brings a gripping moment in history vividly to life. The New York World-Telegram & Sun critic writes, "A tidal wave of a drama... More than any other play in memory based on history and aiming at a contemporary parallel, Inherit the Wind makes its point immediately applicable."



July 2003

Evergreen Players' production of this classic musical features a handsome Prince Charming, an overworked gal looking for love and those ugly step sisters everyone loves to hate, as well as your favorite Rodgers and Hammerstein songs. The Players' version stages it in a setting that puts a whole new spin on "Trailer Court." You won't want to miss this one!


Over The River And Through The Woods

March 2003

A young man learns to appreciate his boisterous Italian family in this funny story of life, love and lasagne. If you're part of a family, you'll love this show. By the author of I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change.


The Trip To Bountiful

January 2003

This is the poignant story of Mrs. Watts, an aging widow living with her son and daughter-in-law in a three-room flat in Houston, Texas. Fearing that her presence may be an imposition on others, and chafing under the rigid and selfish supervision of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Watts imagines that if she can get away and return to her old home in the town of Bountiful, she is sure to regain her strength, dignity and peace of mind.


Lost In Yonkers

October 2002

It's 1942. Two young brothers are sent to stay with Grandma Kurnitz who lives above the candy shop she owns and is anything but sweet. As usual, Neil Simon knows how to put the "fun" in dysfunctional family. The 1991 Pulitzer Prize winner and one of his best.


The Boy Friend

June 2002

The Jazz Age lives on in this light, romantic spoof of 1920's musical comedy. The setting is – where else? – the French Riviera. Polly, an English heiress attending Mme. Dubonnet's Finishing School, falls in love with Tony, a delivery boy. Recalling her father's warning to beware fortune seekers, she posses as a working girl, unaware Tony is in fact the missing son of the wealthy Lord Brockhurst. Things get complicated with the unexpected arrival in Nice of Polly's parents and Lord and Lady Brockhurst – but not to worry, a happy ending is in store for all.


Crimes Of The Heart

April 2002

This is a funny, moving story about the demands, conflicts and bonds of sisterhood. Anyone who has a sister should recognize the special closeness of the Magraths, who talk, cry, argue and love with an honesty and freedom they receive from (and give to) no one else. For them, sisterhood requires sharing. As one of the sisters explains, "'s a human need. To talk about our lives."



March 2002

The stage is Judevine, an imaginary town in northern Vermont. This is a small stage, sometimes cold and darkened, but filled with characters so finetched that they stand out as clearly as steeples against the sky. David Budbill plunges into the soul of New England to find characters and stories with lessons for anyone wanting to find the intrinsic nature of the region that been called "all of America's backyard.


The Foreigner

October 2001

Charlie Baker is an English writer who shuns social events and needs to calm down after a series of misfortunes. He goes to his friend Froggy's fishing lodge, where Froggy and he devise a plan to pose Charlie as a foreigner with no knowledge of the local language. When neighbors and visitors assume Charlie does not understand them, they begin to say things freely in front of him. The results are hilarious - but they also put Charlie and the other guests in danger.



July 2001

Sidney Bruhl needs a killer idea. Once the toast of Broadway, his plays were masterpieces of the murder genre, but it has been years since his last hit. When unknown playwright Clifford Anderson posts Bruhl a script to die for, the desperate writer sees a lethal opportunity. This perfect plot is about to bend, to spiral, to spin totally out of control. And in Sidney Bruhl's isolated American home, enjoyable fatal fiction will become shockingly fatal fact.


9 to 5, The Musical

April 2024

Music and Lyrics by Dolly Parton Book by Patricia Resnick Directed by Clay White Music by D.J Himsteadt The hilarious comedy based on the 1980 movie of 9 to 5.


Midsummer Abridged

April 2024

Directed by Leann Rogers An Evergreen Players Studio One Youth Production William Shakespeare's classic tale 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' comes to life in this abridged version! Performed by some of Evergreen's finest 6-8 graders who are sure to have you laughing and enthralled by this tale of love, magic and mischief



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