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We are very excited to announce our cast for Getting Sara Married, by Sam Bobrick.

This is a fun play that looks at love and marriage in a unique and humorous way. We're very lucky to have such a great group of actors, and we're really looking forward to getting them on stage.

Directed by Rosann Santorelli
Produced by: Marcy Bailey-Adams and Gail Weston-Roberts


The Cast

Sara Hastings -- Natalie Hebert
Brandon Cates -- Colin Gillis
Aunt Martha -- Faye Harrington
Noogie Malloy -- Nathaniel Scott
Heather Boyd -- Kristen Peters
Masseur -- GP Redmond


The players have selected our 2015 Season, and we're very excited about it. With a little bit of comedy, a bit of music, and a murder tossed in for good measure, we're sure to keep the hits coming.

In March, we will open with Getting Sara Married. You are cordially invited to the wedding of Sara Goldstein. There's just one problem—she's a successful Manhattan workaholic with no time or desire for romance, but her dear Aunt Martha, has decided it's time to Sara to find a husband. Sit back and enjoy the hilarious events that unfold in this irreverent look at matchmaking.

In June, we present a classic: The Fantasticks, the longest continually running musical on Broadway. This beautiful, whimsical musical features breathtaking poetry. It is the story of two young lovers and their warring fathers. As the course of true love never did run smooth, they hit some bumps along the way, only to discover a deeper love at the end. Featuring the much beloved "Try to Remember," The Fantasticks is an intimate show that will delight theatergoers of any age.

We close out the season in November with Ken Ludwig's (author of Lend Me a Tenor): The Game's Afoot, or Holmes for the Holidays. It is December 1936 and Broadway star William Gillette, admired the world over for his leading role in the play Sherlock Holmes, has invited his fellow cast-members to his Connecticut castle for a weekend of revelry. But when one of the guests is stabbed to death, the festivities in this isolated house of tricks and mirrors quickly turn dangerous. Then it’s up to Gillette himself, as he assumes the persona of his beloved Holmes, to track down the killer before the next victim appears. The mix of suspense, mystery, and farce will leave you guessing and laughing all at the same time.

TCAN Players Nominated for Seven DASH Awards

The TCAN Players have been nominated for seven DASH (Distinguished Achievement and Special Honors) awards, presented annually by the Eastern Massachussets Association of Community Theaters. Several Players' productions have won awards in previous years, and our recognition continues to grow throughout the theater community. This year, Lost In Yonkers garnered seven nominations. The 2014 nominees fron Lost in Yonkers are:

-- Barbara Schapiro - Supporting Actress
-- Ted Talanian - Set Design, Play
-- Gail Weston-Roberts - Set Dressing, Play
-- Matthew Gates - Youth Actor/Actress
-- Jane Wlishire-Tempesta - Hair/Makeup Design
-- Donna Cabibbo - Costume Design
-- Leslie Del Ponte & Faye Harrington - Prop Design

Congratulations to the nominees! They are well deserved, and best of luck at the awards gala in August!


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