Perry Players Community Theatre is located in the beautiful historic downtown section of Perry, Georgia.
We offer high-quality entertainment and cultural activities to the citizens of middle Georgia. Though we are an amateur community theatre, we strive for excellence and professionalism in all that we choose to do. We promote and nourish community spirit, providing mutual support and encouragement to individuals and other cultural arts groups.
Our community theatre could not exist without your past, present, and continued support. So we hope that your enjoyment of our productions has been and will continue to be repayment of your faith and support of Perry Players.
We are a totally volunteer organization so if you feel the urge to "get out and do something", consider auditioning or volunteering for one of our productions.
Our theatre seats 179 people, and every seat in the house is great!
Our performances have become extremely popular, so we recommend making reservations. For each show, we begin taking reservations the Monday before opening night.
Season members, patrons, and grand patrons may call as early as the Thursday before that!
Our reservation line is 478-987-5354 where you can leave your reservation on voice-mail. Or you can email your reservation to us using the reservation form below. You can also connect to our online store to purchase tickets and make your reservation if you would like to pay in advance.
We have open seating in our theatre so we encourage arriving early so that you may claim the seats you prefer. We will hold your reservations until fifteen minutes before curtain time. We then release unclaimed reservations to people who are on the waiting list and are at the theatre.
Evening shows start at 7:30PM and Sunday Matinee's start at 2:30PM.
The Box Office opens at 7:00PM and at 2:00PM.
Your Season Ticket will allow you to use it up to four times and in any combination during the 2015-2016 year, when before you could only use it for each specific show. In case we have a show you don't care to see, or are unable to attend, let someone come with you the next time and use the extra ticket. Don't miss out on the savings! That is four tickets for you to use in any combination.
As a Patron Ticket holder you will receive Playbill recognition.
Grand Patron Ticket holders entitle you to Playbill recognition and an added bonus of Early Seating: to select your seats before the general audience enters.
Making your membership decision provides Perry Players Community Theatre with operating funds at the beginning of our new season in September. Your season membership will help Perry Players defray building maintenance and utility costs as well as the up front expenses of mounting or putting on shows.
|Grand Patron Ticket||$75.00|
The Perry Players Board of Governors would like to thank you for your support of Community Theatre and of Perry Players. We are offering you a terrific year of must-see plays for the 2015-2016 season.
|Senior / Military||
Student / Child
|Ages 60 and Older||Ages
4 to 18
|Adult||Senior / Military||Student / Child|
|Groups of 10 or more - Please call the Theatre|
Perry Players is extremely excited to announce an addition to our production schedule! We will be presenting "A Christmas Carol- The Musical" this Christmas, brought to you by the same production team that brought you "The Addams Family" this summer! Mark your calendars now! Show dates are December 17-20! Get ready for your favorite hauntingly spectacular Christmas tale this holiday season!
Please note this production is not included in the Season, Patron and Grand Patron tickets
In this transcendently powerful new adaptation by Wendy Kesselman, Anne Frank emerges from history a living, lyrical, intensely gifted young girl, who confronts her rapidly changing life and the increasing horror of her time with astonishing honesty, wit, and determination. An impassioned drama about the lives of eight people hiding from the Nazis in a concealed storage attic, THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK captures the claustrophobic realities of their daily existence—their fear, their hope, their laughter, their grief. Each day of these two dark years, Anne's voice shines through: "When I write I shake off all my cares. But I want to achieve more than that. I want to be useful and bring enjoyment to all people, even those I've never met. I want to go on living even after my death!" This is a new adaptation for a new generation.
Fresh out of the seminary, Reverend Higgins sets his eyes on Shady Creek Baptist Church. Great hymns and laughter abound as this new preacher finds he has his hands full with his "old" congregation.
This gospel musical comedy was written by Jim Hesselman and Bob Payne. SING HALLELUJAH! takes place in Johnsontown, North Carolina and features such songs as "Do Lord", "Onward Christian Soldiers", "Down By The Riverside", "Swing Down Chariot", "Amazing Grace" and many more.
Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have The 39 Steps, a fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theatre! This 2-time Tony® and Drama Desk Award-winning treat is packed with nonstop laughs, over 150 zany characters (played by a ridiculously talented cast of 4), an on-stage plane crash, handcuffs, missing fingers and some good old-fashioned romance!
In The 39 Steps, a man with a boring life meets a woman with a thick accent who says she's a spy. When he takes her home, she is murdered. Soon, a mysterious organization called "The 39 Steps" is hot on the man's trail in a nationwide manhunt that climaxes in a death-defying finale! A riotous blend of virtuoso performances and wildly inventive stagecraft, The 39 Steps amounts to an unforgettable evening of pure pleasure!
Elwood P. Dowd insists on including his friend Harvey in all of his sister Veta’s social gatherings. Trouble is, Harvey is an imaginary six-and-a-half-foot-tall rabbit. To avoid future embarrassment for her family—and especially for her daughter, Myrtle Mae—Veta decides to have Elwood committed to a sanitarium. At the sanitarium, a frantic Veta explains to the staff that her years of living with Elwood’s hallucination have caused her to see Harvey also, and so the doctors mistakenly commit her instead of her mild-mannered brother. The truth comes out, however; Veta is freed, and the search is on for Elwood, who eventually arrives at the sanitarium of his own volition, looking for Harvey. But it seems that Elwood and his invisible companion have had a strange influence on more than one of the doctors. Only at the end does Veta realize that maybe Harvey isn’t so bad after all.