Charlotte Players are a participating organization in GivingTuesday once again this year for their second time. GivingTuesday, taking place on December 3rd is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration.
The seventh annual Comedy for a Cause, Charlotte Players’ premier
fundraiser, took place at the Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center on Sept. 13. The eight-member cast of local business and community leaders, under the direction of Dr. Chris Constance, delivered some huge laughs.
While Robert Burns may have been correct in noting that “The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men Gang aft a-gley,” it’s nice when your plans don’t go awry, or “a-gley.” The point is our decision to expand the Langdon Playhouse — in terms of seating capacity and the number of shows presented — has been successful so far.
Excitement continues to grow within our organization as we make our way through our sixth decade as YOUR Community theatre.
We recently launched our “Take A Seat” program whereby donors can “Sponsor” a seat in the theater to show their support for the Charlotte Players.
Director Paula Pender has put together a talented and energetic cast for the Charlotte Players production of “Singin’ the in the Rain,” playing through Feb. 24 at the Charlotte Performing Arts Center on the campus of…
On #GivingTuesday, Nov. 27, Charlotte Players will celebrate by joining this campaign to educate the local community and surrounding communities about Charlotte County’s nonprofit community theater
“Our hope is to gain new and continued support to allow us to move into many more seasons,” said Executive Director Sherrie Moody.
Charlotte Players kicks off November with an American theater classic, “Arsenic and Old Lace,” playing at the Langdon Playhouse in Port Charlotte Nov. 8-18. Director Ian Bisset has assembled a talented cast of local performers…
Fresh off his directorial triumph in “Visiting Mr. Green,” Jack Rabito returns to the Langdon Playhouse stage for two nights in his one-man play “Give ’Em Hell, Harry!” Rabito, one of our most accomplished local…