“The smell of the greasepaint… the roar of the crowd” Seductive, isn’t it? Come celebrate the Concord Players 100th Birthday with us. Whether you take your place in the wings, stand in center stage or applaud from your seat you’re a part of the magic we make together called theater. And don’t worry. The theater ghost if friendly.
Join us as we celebrate our 100th season of producing fantastic community theater. The Concord Players trace their roots back to 1857 and Louisa May Alcott and her sister Anna’s small plays performed in the barn of the Wayside forming the Concord Dramatic Union. In 1919, the group re-formed as the Concord Players and have been performing at their current home at 51 Walden since 1922. In the coming year find out more about our history and celebrate this milestone with us.