- $15 for two tickets to the Crabpot Players’ Summer Stock Performance Series: Part II (up to $30 value)
- Where: Crabpot Players Theatre
- Seating: general admission
- Door time: 6:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Thursday, July 24, at 7 p.m.
- Friday, July 25, at 7 p.m.
- Saturday, July 26, at 7 p.m.
Summer Stock Performance Series: Part II – The Plays
- I, the Jury by Leslie Gwyn: An actress’s dream comes true when she’s nominated for an Academy Award. Unfortunately, the ceremony coincides with her worst nightmare: jury duty in New York City.
- Nine Ten by Warren Leight: five Manhattanites from diverse backgrounds bond over the inconvenience of jury duty, and hatch different schemes to avoid it
- 14 Million by Liz Amberly: another brief, yet potent one-act show from the Samuel French Short Play Festival-winning author of Blueberry Waltz
- Callbacks for Strangers by Kate Evans: stuck in a waiting room together, two polar opposites are soon forced to learn what friendship really is
Crabpot Players Theatre
The Crabpot Players have a simple goal: “to bring community theatre to the East Cooper area and provide opportunities for actors of all ages to expand their skills.” But in the world of theater, there’s nothing simple about putting on a show. On top of worrying about production elements and chasing the bats out of the light booth, you have to attract an audience, then keep them coming back. Luckily, the Players have been able to do this for over two decades. Fueled by a creative team led by Artistic Director and playwright Jimmy Ward, the collective has managed to tickle the imaginations of tens of thousands of theatergoers. Their seasons include everything from mainstage productions to workshop readings and beloved musicals, such as their recent take on The Little Mermaid. Crabpot also hosts educational classes, theater camps, and private training sessions for anyone hoping to elevate their acting, singing, and design skills.