The Rochester Community Players

The Shakespeare Players of Rochester

A program of the Rochester Community Players

In 1994, RCP created the Shakespeare Players program as a program of the Rochester Community Players.  The program was founded by Peter Scribner, and the first production was Twelfth Night, November 19, 1994.  Through the summer of 2011, RCPO's Shakespeare Players has staged 34 Shakespeare productions. Each July, we stage a free Shakespeare at the Highland Park Bowl; indoor productions are staged at MuCCC.

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The Merry Wives of Windsor

Rochester Community Players offering of Shakespeare for Young Audiences --- a 75-minute adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy "THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR" using Shakespeare's text and featuring a cast of ten actors and two life-size puppets.

THE PERFORMING COMPANY 
T. Bohrer, Jillian M. Christensen, Edward Coomber, Abby DeVuyst, Jonathan M. Griffiths, Jaimi Miller, Laurie Maskelony, Katie Mueller, Scott O'Neil, and Patrick White.

Co-produced and co-directed by Thomas M. Bohrer and Jillian M. Christensen.

PERFORMANCES AT THE DAZZLE THEATRE, 11O Webster Ave (see 
Venues & Facilities)
Rochester, February 2015

Friday February 13th at 7:30 pm
Saturday February 14th at 2 pm and 7:30 pm
Sunday February 15th at 2 pm
Thursday February 19th at 7:30 pm
Friday February 20th at 7:30 pm
Saturday February 21st at 2 pm and 7:30 pm

Richard II

April 10 - 25 at MuCCC 142 Atlantic avenue

Auditions December 8 & 9 at Dazzle Theater see Auditions for more info.

From the archives:

King Lear Nov. 7-22, 2914

"... the current Shakespeare Players production of "King Lear" at MuCCC is one of the group's best recent productions — strongly cast and intelligently directed." -- David Raymond; City Newspaper; Nov. 19, 2014.

City Newspaper has published its review of King Lear, and it is glowing.