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Suffield Players Calendar

All events at Mapleton Hall, 1305 Mapleton Avenue, Suffield, CT, except where noted.

July 2014
12   Auditions for New Faces 2014 (See August 16.)  1-4PM Participation limited to 16-20 actors/actresses.

August 2014
10, 11   Auditions for Flaming Guns of the Purple Sage   10th:6PM, 11th:7PM.   Rôles for 3 men, 4 women.
16   New Faces 2014   7:30PM   An evening of short plays featuring never-before-seen-here actors and actresses.  Donations accepted.

September 2014
6, 7   Suffield On The Green   Facepainting, Gypsy fortunetellers, details of the '14-'15 season.  Saturday: 10AM-5PM, Sunday: 11AM-4PM
10   Staged Readings at Kent Memorial Library, Suffield.  Two short plays, Kitchen Poet by Emma Weinstein, and Truth From Fiction by Charles Schoenfeld.  7PM   Free.

October 2014
9, 10, 11, 17, 18, 19*, 24, 25   Flaming Guns of the Purple Sage by Jane Martin.   8PM *except 19th 2PM
Friendship, love, lust, carnivals, rodeos, horror movies, and other hilarious misadventures come face-to-face on a ranch somewhere in Wyoming in this outrageous clever comedy!  Adult language and situations.

December 2014
5, 6, 7*   Holiday Benefit Challenge Miracle on 34th Street—The Radio Play, from the Lux Radio Theater Series.
Can we pull off a decent production with minimal sets, very few props, and only a week of rehearsals?  I don't know, but our track record is pretty darned good!

February 2015
5, 6, 7, 13, 14, 15*, 20, 21   Three One Acts by Christopher Durang.   8PM *except 15th 2PM
Desire, Desire, Desire; The Actor's Nightmare; and For Whom The Southern Belle Tolls.  A hilarious set of spoofs based on classic plays such as Hamlet, A Man For All Seasons, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Glass Menagerie, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.  Witty, ridiculous, and truly entertaining.  Adult language and situations.

April 2015
30   See May 1.

May 2015
1, 2, 8, 9, 10*, 15, 16   Hearts by Willy Holtzman.   8PM *except 10th 2PM
Dramatic and touching, this show follows the story of a World War II veteran moving back and forth between past and present, from the foxholes of Europe to the frontiers of cyberspace.  A look at the invisible wounds of the “Greatest Generation” with humanity and surprising humor.  Adult language and situations.