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  • Closer-Web Closer Than Ever
    by Richard Maltby, Jr. - Music by David Shire
    Directed by David Dayler

    Apr. 28, 29, May 4, 5, 6*, 11, 12, 13*, 2017

    Sometimes hilarious, sometimes touching, this song cycle is a nonstop exploration of everyday struggles in the modern world, particularly those surrounding love. Each song is a unique story told by a new character in the Maltby and Shire songbook. The audience is invited to laugh with delight or pause for self reflection.

     

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Our Productions

 

Evening performances begin at 8:00 pm,  Matinees  at 2:00 pm.
There will be both matinee and evening shows on performance dates marketed with an *

All of our productions are in our intimate Studio Theatre at 80 Queen St. South, North America's Oldest Continuing Amateur Theatre. Licenced Lobby, Air Conditioned, Wheelchair Accessible, Restaurants only a short walk away in Hess Village. 

 

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The Board of Directors of The Players’ Guild of Hamilton, Inc.
is pleased to announce its upcoming season.

PLAYERS’ GUILD 2017-2018

PLAY #1 IT’S MORNING NOW
by Dermot Nolan
Director: David Dayler
Selected dates from November 17 to December 2

PLAY #2 STEEL MAGNOLIAS
by Robert Harling
Director: Diane Brokenshire
Selected dates from January 26 to February 10

PLAY #3 HEROES
by Gerald Sibleyras
translated by Tom Stoppard
Director: Graham Clements
Selected dates from April 6 to 21

PLAY #4 A…MY NAME IS ALICE
by Joan Micklin Silver
and Julianne Boyd
Director: David Dayler
Selected dates from June 1 to 16

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Closer-Web Closer Than Ever
by Richard Maltby, Jr. - Music by David Shire
Directed by David Dayler

Apr. 28, 29, May 4, 5, 6*, 11, 12, 13*, 2017

Sometimes hilarious, sometimes touching, this song cycle is a nonstop exploration of everyday struggles in the modern world, particularly those surrounding love. Each song is a unique story told by a new character in the Maltby and Shire songbook. The audience is invited to laugh with delight or pause for self reflection.