The Mason Community Players is excited to announce that they have a new home in the heart of Mason. In September of 2021, the community theater group bought property at 5529 Mason Rd., Mason, OH. Since acquiring the building, which will now be called the Mason Community Playhouse with a vibrant new roadside sign to match the exited energy that thrives within. The group continues to work tirelessly on renovations with the end goal of creating the best possible theatre experience for the Mason community.
Mason Community Players, Inc. is Warren County’s oldest continuously operating community theatre. Instituted in 1973, the all-volunteer organization stages five productions each year including at least one musical. For most of its nearly 50 years of existence, the Players have performed at a variety of venues, including 5 years spent at a location on State Route 42 called Theatre 42. In 2020, the group transitioned from Theatre 42 to finding a place to truly call home. As the Mason Community Players look to their 50th birthday celebration in 2023, they are thrilled to be spending it at the Playhouse; their new and forever home.
The Players began performing live in the Mason Community Playhouse in November. They will continue with a full 2022 season which includes Belles in March, You Have the Right to Remain Dead in May, Nunsense and Nunsense Amen! In July, The Yellow Boat in September and The Last 5 Years in November.
Their next show, Belles, will be coming up at the beginning of March. Performance dates include March 4, 5, 10, 11 & 12 with shows at 8 PM and a matinee performance on Sunday, March 6, beginning at 2 PM. Join this 6 person cast and be one of the first to enjoy live theater at the Mason Community Playhouse.
The Mason Community Players maintain a presence online through Facebook and at their website. Tickets are now available by leaving a message at 513-398-7804 or visit the website www.MasonPlayers.org.