Season End Wrap Party

Pinewood Players Event The annual season end “Wrap Party” is scheduled for Thursday, August 30 from 5:00 to 9:00 pm in the Pinewood Country Club Showroom. The event is open to all Pinewood Players members and promises to be one of the most memorable in years including something for everyone; food, drink, music and  dancing. Brian Obillo’s “Buddha  Extravaganza” will entertain with a “show tune” theme. CLICK HERE to get your invitation and more information on how to reserve your seats! You may also call Dee Spain at (480) … Continue reading

2019 Plays Announced

Pinewood Players Announces 2019 Plays and Auditions The Plays: The 2019 season of Theater in the Pines will open in June with “Cahoots” by Rick Johnson. The play is a “dark comedy” filled with witty dialog and farcical overtones. It will be directed by Frank Hess. Frank is a veteran of the Pinewood Playhouse stage and he has directed three previous main stage productions (“Exit the Body” “Wrong Window” and“The Gazebo”). He most recently produced the 2018 Reader’s Theater for Pinewood Players. CLICK HERE to read a synopsis of “Cahoots.” The … Continue reading

Pinewood Players Workshops

Pinewood Players Workshops Pinewood Players is sponsoring a series of Theatrical Workshops this month to provide training for those interested in various aspects of theater. There will be three specific workshops conducted; Director/Stage Manager, Technical Theaterand Audition. These workshops are free of charge and we encourage you to take advantage of the expert instruction being made available. Director and Stage Management Workshop Have you ever dreamed of directing a play or managing the back stage production? If you think directing or stage management might be … Continue reading

New Director’s Chair Article for Southern Fried Funeral

Southern Fried Funeral Southern Fried Fun for the Whole Family!  By Linda Sustman  This comedy, full of family intrigue, is set in a small Mississippi town. The play’s action takes place over several days when family and friends gather after Dewey Frye has dropped dead telling a joke at the Rotarian’s meeting. His widow, Dorothy, is faced with the realities of widowhood and a crazy assemblage of southern personalities. The characters are as colorfully wacky as you’d find in any … Continue reading

Passing of Pinewood Players Pioneers

Farewell to Three Pinewood Players Pioneers It is with great sadness that Pinewood Players bids farewell to three of its most loved pioneers who died this past year. Joan Gorges, 93, died last August. Joan was a founding member of Pinewood Players in 1990 and was an active supporter the rest of her life. Known for her dry humor and spitfire personality, Joan always attracted a crowd whether onstage or off. Joan served in the Navy during World War II, … Continue reading

Eden Mau Awarded 2018 Pinewood Players Scholarship

2018 Pinewood Players Scholarship Award Pinewood Players is happy to announce the recipient of the 2018 Pinewood Players Scholarship. Eden Mau has been awarded the $2000 scholarship for her pursuit of A Bachelor of Music Degree in Musical Theatre. Eden will be attending Baldwin Wallace University’s Conservatory in Berea, Ohio. She endured a very rigorous application and audition process and ultimately was accepted into the Musical Theatre Programs at a number of prestigious institutions including; Boston Conservatory, Ithica College, Manhattan … Continue reading