Town Players of Newtown

  • Jeffrey Hatcher’s "A Picasso" Opens July 12 At Town Players

    Three years ago, Town Players of Newtown audiences were treated to a portrait of the young Picasso, early in his career, in Steve Martin’s Picasso at the Lapin Agile. This summer, see Picasso at the height of his career, shortly after he painted “Guernica,” in Jeffrey Hatcher’s A Picasso, opening July 12 at The Little Theatre.

  • Theater Review: "The Little Dog Laughed," And Nobody Napped, At The Little Theatre

    When a production is billed as a comedy, it is not always clear what to expect. Frequently, audiences are treated to a farce, with lots of doors from which spouses emerge at inopportune times, or through which lovers and other problems are shoved, so as not to be caught on forbidden ground. Then there are screwball comedies, whose humor depends on bizarre situations, like Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn singing “I can’t give you anything but love, Baby,” to a leopard as they try to retrieve a missing dinosaur bone.

  • "The Little Dog Laughed" To Open Town Players 2013 Season

    Douglas Carter Beane’s The Little Dog Laughed, a scathingly funny, of-the-moment show, will open May 3 at The Little Theatre.

  • Auditions for "The Little Dog Laughed"

    Auditions for The Little Dog Laughed, 7:30-9:30 pm, The Little Theatre, 18 Orchard Hill Road, open auditions for Douglas Carter Beane’s play, director David Bass has openings for two men and two women (cast breakdowns online); 203-270-9