Each year The Dorset Players end their season with a musical. Having provided their audiences with a range of drama, comedy, one acts, new plays and old, the company is concluding its successful 90th Anniversary Season with The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee May 18th to May 27th. Bob and I talked with director, Todd Hjelt, stage manager, Patty Green, and actor, Dan Silver about the production. As a community theatre, this company offers opportunities for all members of the community, to participate in creating productions that excite participants and audiences alike.
Ninety years of productions is an impressive achievement for any organization, but for a company consisting of volunteers who take on all the jobs involved in a production, it is remarkable. Community theatre is also affordable for an audience. This not only means volunteers contributing many hours of work, but finding sponsors and advertisers who help with the inevitable costs of a producing plays and maintaining a theatre. Over the years that we have enjoyed the Dorset Players, Bob and I have been impressed by the quality of the work and the dedication of the company’s members. You can be a part of the company or a member of the audience. Either way, you will have a wonderful time.
Listen to Todd, Patty and Dan talk about their experience, but clicking below.
Look at this video,
Contact their box office and have a great time attending the play.