Glen Arbor Players 2024 Season!

Glen Arbor Players proudly announces its 2024 season, filled with solid storytelling, laughter, romance, and mystery. We welcome back three of our veteran directors – Harriett Mittelberger, Thomas Webb, and Teddy House – and roll out the red carpet for veteran thespian Don Kuehlhorn who will direct his first play for GAP.
Join us for a fun and entertaining season!

Play 1: Bus Stop (director: Harriett Mittelberger)

Three love stories in a blizzard.

This classic play by American playwright William Inge was nominated for four Tony awards in 1956 and adapted into a film starring Marilyn Monroe that same year. Set in a diner west of Kansas City, the drama centers on the interactions of eight characters brought together during a lengthy bus layover in a freak snowstorm.  Eight men & three women

Auditions: May 6, 7
Performances June 6, 7, 8

Play 2: The Dining Room (director: Thomas Webb)

Actors portray 57 characters in 18 life stories.
Pulitzer Prize nominated
Humorous, bittersweet, rueful, heartwarming, moving
Memories that will bring a smile and a tear
Each person will identify with some of the stories

This play by American playwright A. R. Gurney takes place in a dining room 1935 to 1980. The stories are presented the way our minds work – not sequentially but in a hodgepodge of overlapping memories – about family struggles, parental control, fear, strength, love, hurt and affection.  7 actors

Auditions: June 17, 18
Performances: July 25, 26, 27

Play 3: Private Lives (director: Teddy House)

When a once married couple, on honeymoon with new spouses, find themselves in hotel rooms next to each other – sparks fly!

This 1930’s classic by British playwright Noel Coward is a comedy of manners in three acts. Two men & three women

Auditions: Aug 12, 13
Performances: Sept 12, 13, 14

Play 4: Sherlock Holmes & the Case of the Jersey Lily
(director: Don Kuehlhorn)

Mrs. Lillie Langtree is being blackmailed. Oscar Wilde knows who can catch the scoundrel. They engage Sherlock Holmes.

American actor-turned playwright Katie Forgette brings together the wit of Oscar Wilde and the cunning of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is this wonderful mystery/comedy. Holmes must solve who stole the highly intimate letters Oscar Wilde’s friend Lillie Langtry exchanged with the Prince of Wales.  Five men & two-three women

Auditions: Sept 30, Oct 1
Performances: Oct 31, Nov 1, 2