Clue Stay At Home is in rehearsal, virtually. Meet the actors who are portraying of iconic characters! This zany whodunit is based on the 1985 film Clue and will be available to view April 18-21.
Although we first publicized “Clue” as a musical, the “Stay at Home” version we are doing is not a musical. We apologize for any inconvenience created by this misunderstanding. (In our defense, it was listed under the heading “Musical” on the website where we rent the scripts, but in checking further, it is a play … [Read More]
Virtual Rehearsals for the January online production of “My Father’s Dragon” are underway. Cast members rehearse from their own homes, and create videos which will be used in the final production. It premieres on our YouTube channel January 22 at 7:00, with a link to the show here (above) on our home page. My Father’s Dragon … [Read More]
Congratulations to everyone involved in our children’s show, “If I Were,” and thank you to the appreciative virtual audiences. All rehearsals were online, one actor or family at a time, segments were filmed by family members, and the show was shared on our YouTube channel. It is another example of people creating ways to perform … [Read More]
Auditions for New Minowa Players children’s show, “If I Were”, will be held on Zoom, Friday, August 28 at 6:00 p.m. Parents who wish for their children to participate need to email the director, Rick Scheffert, at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a link to the Zoom auditions. Any child in kindergarten through eighth grade is welcome … [Read More]
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In solidarity with the all who are striving to keep our communities healthy amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, New Minowa Players is postponing performances of The Crucible until an unknown time. Rehearsals and in-person meetings have been suspended as well. We encourage you to keep your lives rich with arts in whatever ways are possible during … [Read More]
Congratulations to everyone involved with the recent production, Winnie-the-Pooh, and thanks to our fantastic audiences!
Thanks to all of the enthusiastic audiences we’ve enjoyed in the first weekend of Winnie-the-Pooh. There are three more opportunities to see the show: Friday, January 24 at 7:00 and Saturday, January 25 at both 2:00 and 7:00. Even if tickets are listed as “sold out” we would love for you to come to the … [Read More]
Winnie the Pooh is singing happily, “Isn’t it funny how a bear likes honey” when the trouble begins. Kanga comes to the forest with soap for baths and spoonfuls of Strengthening Medicine! In this medley of Pooh adventures, Pooh gets stuck in a tree, Owl is convinced that Kanga has a bottle of poison, Piglet … [Read More]