Readings on the Common are returning! Beginning Sunday, May 2, at 4:00 PM, the Walpole Players will be holding our weekly meetings for Readings on the Walpole Common. These readings are not performances, rather simply reading through an assortment of scripts to choose one or more for another outdoor staged reading later in the summer. Anyone and everyone is invited to join us as a participant, as these readings are not meant to have an audience. This is a great way to discover your inner thespian! We will meet near the Bandstand. Please bring a lawn chair, water bottle, and a mask just in case one is needed.
The Walpole Players are anxious to return to the public stage! As spring approaches, we are beginning to look at what our opportunities will be for performing outdoors once the weather is suitable.
Until then, please consider supporting the Players with a donation. Because we have not been able to perform, we have had no income for over a year, but, like everyone, we have continued to have expenses. By making a donation you will be supporting one of our finest local non-profit organizations! Checks of any amount can be mailed to:
The Walpole Players PO Box 951 Walpole, NH 03608
For more information you can email us at WalpolePlayers@gmail.com. Your kindness and generosity is much appreciated and we can’t wait to see you on the Walpole Common soon!
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Come to the Walpole Common today at 3:00 and participate in our last reading of the year! It will be a brisk afternoon, so dress appropriately and bring a chair if you want to have a place to sit. Hope to see you there!
FACT TV in Bellows Falls is looking for a female actor (35-45) to play KATE for a comedy called “I’m Sorry I let The Demons Take Our Kid.” This is a short film about 15min and the shoot days will be October 24th and 25th. Role of KATE has 2 scenes in the script.
If you or someone you know is interested, please contact Alex Stradling, Executive Director – Falls Area Community TV, by email or phone and he can share the script with you.
The Players will again host weekly readings on the Walpole Common at 4:00 PM each Sunday, beginning Sept. 20. We will let the weather dictate how long we can continue, but for now we have beautiful fall weather to enjoy while outdoors!
No experience necessary—everyone is welcome! Rain or shine—just bring a lawn chair, water bottle, a sweater or jacket, and face mask (just in case we can’t stay 6 feet apart), and meet by the Bandstand.
The Walpole Players will be presenting a staged reading of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, this Saturday, September 12, at 5:00 PM, on the Walpole Town Common.
This witty comedy about the trivialities of late Victorian society is sure to be a lot of fun! The performance is free and open to the public, but please remember to bring your choice of seating (lawn chair, blanket, etc.).
Since this performance is outdoors, we will be using a sound system so that the actors can be heard more easily. Since this is a staged reading, the actors will be in costume and will move around in the designated stage area, but they will be using their scripts.
In case of inclement weather, the performance will take place the following Saturday, September 19. If there is any question regarding the weather, a decision will be made by 2:00 PM on the day of the performance and will be posted in our website: TheWalpolePlayers.org.
Please note that all social distancing requirements and guidelines will apply at the performance. Family/friend groups should seat themselves at least six feet from other groups; if it is not possible to maintain a six-foot separation while seated, masks must be worn. If attendance reaches 100 people or more, per the governor’s Emergency Order #63, masks must be worn. Audience members will be responsible for following these guidelines.
Please email WalpolePlayers@gmail.com for further information, or call (603) 756-2535.
We hope you will come out to see our staged reading of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, on Saturday, September 12, at 5:00 PM, on the Walpole Town Common.
This witty comedy about the trivialities of late Victorian society is sure to be a lot of fun! The performance is free and open to the public. Please remember to bring your choice of seating (lawn chair, blanket, etc.).
The Players will be using a sound system at this performance. Since it will be outdoors it would be difficult for the audience to hear us otherwise.
In the case of inclement weather, the performance will take place the following Saturday, September 19.
Please email WalpolePlayers@gmail.com or call (603) 756-2535 for further information, or check back here on our website. In the case of inclement weather, a decision whether to postpone will be posted no later than 2:00 PM on the day of the performance.
Please note that all social distancing requirements and guidelines will apply. Family/friend groups should seat themselves at least six feet from other groups; if it is not possible to maintain a six-foot separation while seated, masks must be worn if attendance reaches 100 people or more, per the governor’s Emergency Order #63.
The Walpole Players will be presenting Oscar Wilde’s THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST in an outdoor performance in early September. This is an abridged version of the play, with 4 female and 4 male roles. The performance date will be the first or second Saturday after Labor Day. Once the play is cast, a final decision will be made as to the date and time.
Auditions will take pla e on Thursday, July 30, at 6:00 PM, and Sunday, August 2, at 4:00 PM. They will be held on the Walpole Town Common at the Bandstand.
If you have any questions, please email WalpolePlayers@gmail.com.
To reserve tickets or make table reservations, please call (603) 756-2535 or email WalpolePlayers@gmail.com.
Tickets reserved over the phone or by email will be paid for at the door. We accept cash or checks made out to “The Walpole Players.”
The Walpole Players is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.