SECOND ACT PLAYERS​​​​

The Second Act Players is ​​a membership organization for seniors age 50 and over,
interested in the theater.  
We welcome new members and have many opportunities for becoming involved. 


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Recent Performance:

"The Last Sentinel" by Denis LaComb
PERFORMANCES: 
August 15th -17th, 2019
"The Last Sentinel" was written by local playwright, Denis LaComb, who has also written several other shows produced by the Second Act Players.
 
The show will be directed by Charlotte Kodner

Summary of the Show:
Story Synopsis:  Four elderly women in a nursing home agree to support one another as the end of their lives approaches. A mysterious woman (the Scooter Lady) appears out of now where to offer wisdom and advice for the hereafter.  That's when the conflict, chaos, and fun begins.

Recent Performance:

"Uff Da!" by Jack Dyville

PERFORMANCES: 
May 3rd and 4th, 2019
What happens when five yellow-school busses filled with Red Hat Ladies from the South Central Evangelical Lutheran Ladies Conference of Western North Dakota trek across the Rough-Rider state to see Marie Osmond in The Sound of Music but instead find the theatre marquee ablaze with an adult show entitled, Bedroom Bedlam? No Marie? No Sound of Music? Uff da, these Golden Girls are Not Happy Campers!

The backstage bedlam and the on-stage antics make for a screwball new comedy!  

Recent Performance:

"The Girls Of Autumn" by Paul Barile

PERFORMANCES: 
August 10  and 11, 2018
This new play by Paul Barile really tickled our funny bones!  What happens when an old gang gets together to reminisce, to talk about the good old days, and then decide to get the old gang back together? And then what happens when that old gang just happened to have been a bunch of jewel thieves and getting back together means trying one last job? And then what happens when their old gang leader resurfaces and wants her old job back? Mix this with a few Golden Age budding romances, deceits, and stumbles, and you have a wacky combination that brings new meaning to the term growing old gracefully. This comedy/ mystery has been described as “Clever, amusing, and very surprising." - The New York Times; and "A slick, sophisticated show that is modern and very funny." - WABC TV. ​​
 The cast of "What Really Happened at St. Anthony's" - Spring 2018