Tickets and Reservations
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.
Tag Archives: A CHRISTMAS CAROL
A CHRISTMAS CAROL 2014 CAST Here (in the first slideshow group) for you to enjoy are many images that Jan Kobeski took on Wednesday night, December 10th, at The Walpole Players’ 7th Annual production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL. These … Continue reading
In spite of “iffy” looking weather almost 80 people attended opening night of The Walpole Players’ 7th Annual production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL. A group came from Chester, Vermont, a family from Chesterfield, NH, and couples from both Marlborough and … Continue reading
COUNTDOWN … Just three days until opening night on Wednesday, December 10th. Bring your holiday spirit, and cash donations for the local food shelves. I look forward to greeting you at the door, yours, RAY
Please spread the word, and share this post – A CHRISTMAS CAROL is this coming week when Charles Dickens arrives in Walpole. You can print this poster out for your collection or to post – click on this link This … Continue reading
Mark the dates below, tickets will also be available in Walpole at: Real to Reel, Jakes, Murray’s, and Galloway Real Estate.
WALPOLE PLAYERS – A CHRISTMAS CAROL 2013 — Rehearsal Schedule Rehearsals will be by groups of Staves until “full run throughs” begin December 1st when the entire cast will rehearse the show in sequence. All subject to minor change if … Continue reading
Here are a few quick videos from our second full-run through on Tuesday, 4 December. FEZZIWIG PARTY AND DANCE SCROOGE IS REDEEMED And here is Young Scrooge and Belle
Our 2012 Carolers at their first rehearsal on 25 November being led by Tara Sad Rehearsal for Want and Ignorance — the “fill-ins” are definitely IGNORANT and WANTING And a video of MARLEY’s Visit