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Leading Ladies

Cambridge Community Players
Cambridge, On.

“Leading Ladies” A comedy by Ken Ludwig Directed by Patsy McCleery. Evenings – Sept. 18,19,25,26, Oct. 2,3. Matinee – Sept. 27. Evening Curtain: 8 PM, Matinee Curtain: 2 PM

Two down on their-luck Shakespearean actors discover through a newspaper that Florence, an older ailing woman, has been unable to find Max and Steve, her sister’s children who moved away to England as children. They decide to take on the roles. After all, inclusion in her multi-million dollar inheritance could turn things around. So when “Max” and “Steve” turn out to be “Maxine” and “Stephanie”, they continue on, undaunted, in drag. But when Leo falls for Florence’s actual niece Meg, and Jack swoons for Florence’s part-time aide Audrey, things become a little more complicated, and the laughs, well, they reach fever pitch. “Leading Ladies is consistently funny-indeed, increasingly hilarious as it progresses.” – Houston Chronicle

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2015 - 2016 Student Season Subscription $35

Cambridge Community Players
Cambridge, On.

You receive one ticket for all four of our shows. These include; - ‘Leading Ladies’ a Comedy by Ken Ludwig - ‘Alice In Wonderland’ a family fantasy by Eva Le Gallienne and Florida Friebuse - ‘Rock, Scissors, Paper’ a Satire by David MacMillan - ‘Of The Fields, Lately’ a Drama by David French

You will receive a confirmation email containing a “COUPON” code. You will need this COUPON code to order the individual tickets for each show date and time.

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2015 - 2016 Season Subscription $65

Cambridge Community Players
Cambridge, On.

You receive one ticket for all four of our shows. These include; - ‘Leading Ladies’ a Comedy by Ken Ludwig - ‘Alice In Wonderland’ a family fantasy by Eva Le Gallienne and Florida Friebuse - ‘Rock, Scissors, Paper’ a Satire by David MacMillan - ‘Of The Fields, Lately’ a Drama by David French

You will receive a confirmation email containing a “COUPON” code. You will need this COUPON code to order the individual tickets for each show date and time.

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Alice In Wonderland

Cambridge Community Players
Cambridge, On.

“Alice In Wonderland” A family fantasy by Eva Le Gallienne and Florida Friebuse Directed by Shannon Markle. Evenings – Nov. 27,28 Dec. 4,5,11. Matinee’s – Nov. 29, Dec. 5,6,12. Evening Curtain: 8 PM, Matinee Curtain: 2 PM

Plucky yet proper Alice travels down the rabbit hole and through the looking glass and arrives in a world of topsy-turvy rules and peculiar characters. Adventures abound as Alice meets up with the Mad Hatter, Red Queen, White Rabbit and other from the Lewis Carrol books. From the tea party to the chess game, the Red Queen’s outburst to Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum’s antics, the best stories from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Through The Looking Glass come to life. How will Alice navigate this confusing, silly and sometimes downright bizarre fantasy world? Join us in Wonderland and discover for yourself.

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Rock, Scissors, Paper

Cambridge Community Players
Cambridge, On.

“Rock, Scissors, Paper” A Satire by David MacMillan Directed by David MacMillan. Evenings – Jan. 29,30. Feb. 5,6,12,13. Matinee – Feb. 7. Evening Curtain: 8 PM, Matinee Curtain: 2 PM

When three public figures, a politician, a protestor and a reporter, each believe they have what they need to expose the secret life of one of the others, and thereby damage their reputation, things don’t go quite as expected. They do have their associates and followers to help them with their plans, but even that has its problems. The poet Robbie Burns wrote “The best schemes of o’ mice an ‘men, Gang aft agley”, and never was it truer than when these three try to impose their dominance. While each believes they are only doing what will be best for everyone, those opinions prove to open to dispute.

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Of The Fields, Lately

Cambridge Community Players
Cambridge, On.

“Of The Fields, Lately” A Drama by David French Directed by Jane McWilliams. Evenings – April 15,16,22,23,29,30 Matinee – April 24 Evening Curtain: 8 PM, Matinee Curtain: 2 PM

A death in the family reunites the Mercer family under less than ideal circumstances. Estranged son, Ben, returns home after a two year absence to find his mother and Uncle Wiff, trying to sustain his father. A heart attack has forced Jacob out of work and he can’t reconcile himself to his frightening situation. Everyone in the play has something to discover about himself, under the pressure of imminent death. A beautifully written Canadian story about overcoming the painful barriers between father and son. “Worthy and convincing. Line by line, scene by scene, it is above reproach.” – The New York Times

CCP Membership

Cambridge Community Players
Cambridge, On.

This for the active member that works on our productions, be they an actor or someone that helps back stage. With an active membership you get to vote at all General Meetings and the Annual General Meeting. Valid from July 1st to June 30th.

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