This 1960 classic of modern American Literature is slated to go up in the Players’ Frances Marion Brown Theatre mid to late April.
This delightful mystery will be acted by Nelson Metz, Sherri Baker, Bobby Fontana, Chris and Dale Bixler, Tammy Wilkinson, Jonathan Altman and Steve Standish.
If you’re looking for entertainment to help you get into the holiday spirit this season, the latest play at Frances Marion Theatre is an event sure to please. It is the first time the Oswego Players have presented any of Dan Groggin’s “Nunsense” series and it is a far cry from the usual Christmas-themed offerings. Final shows of a Nunsense Christmas Musical are set for Dec. 10, 11 and 12.
Oswego Players’ actress Sherri Baker has found dual meaning in the term stage manager.
Inez Manor Parker is once again volunteering her time and talent to directing a show for the benefit of both her Church of the Resurrection and the Oswego Players in late October.
There is plenty going on at Building 30 in Fort Ontario Park. The Art Association of Oswego and their co-tenants, the Oswego Players, have some upcoming shows and other events. Both groups would like to see more activity outside as well. The building is in need of much repair.
The Oswego Players will open their second production of the2010 season Friday April 11 with the Ken Keseyâ€™s classic drama â€œOne Flew Over the Cuckooâ€™s Nestâ€. Directed by veteran director Bobby Fontana.
On Friday April 16 The Oswego Players will present the second production of the 2010 season with the Ken Kesey drama Ã¢â‚¬Å“One Flew Over the CuckooÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s NestÃ¢â‚¬Â.
The story of the play concerns four affluent couples who gather for a dinner party celebrating their host’s tenth wedding anniversary. So, The Players plan to allow the audience to participate in the anniversary celebration by inviting patrons to attend a wine, and cheese, party before the curtain and sampling a anniversary cake at intermission.
The Oswego Players are inviting their Patrons to an Anniversary Party for the up-coming reprise production of the Neil Simon comedy, Ã¢â‚¬Å“RumorsÃ¢â‚¬Â