Past Productions

"Shoulda Coulda Woulda" was presented by Kentlands Community Players on November 22 and 23 at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn

Shoulda Coulda Woulda is an interactive play about five community theatre volunteers holding auditions for an upcoming production. The audience becomes the group gathered to audition for the play-within-the-play. Surrounding the two scenes in which audience members audition by reading scenes from the play-within-the-play, guided by the production crew, we get a peek into some of the background drama behind the auditions. We also find out that two of the crew members have recently found themselves in a budding romance after years of shared friendship.

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Kentlands Community Players presented "Play On!" as its debut production!

”Play On!” was performed April 26th and 27th, 2019 at 8:00 PM at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn.

Play On! By Rick Abbot

One plucky community theatre is about to produce a show called Murder Most Foul, a new “murder mystery play” with the same title as an Agatha Christie novel but with no relation whatsoever. The director/theatre manager, Gerry, thought producing the play was a good idea since the inexperienced playwright has agreed to let the company perform the show for no charge. Gerry, however, had no idea what disasters awaited her: the show is hilariously amateur, the “murder mystery” plot doesn’t really have a murder, and to top it off the playwright keeps changing the story and script only two days from its premiere! It doesn’t help that the cast is disgruntled, and the playwright accidentally deletes the entire sound effect board. All of the disasters come to fruition in Act III when the company performs the actual show with hilarious mishaps as every turn. Play On! is a hilarious love letter to community theatre.


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