Welcome to The Players' Guild
A murder in 1876... ...the killer's hanging two months later.
Rumours of a ghost in the costume room... A gray Victorian house with a bright red door.
Historical facts? An incredible backdrop for great theatre? How about both! The Players' Guild of Hamilton, the oldest community theatre in North America, is proud to announce that this coming season, patrons will get both: four great plays held at the historic Guild House - one of Hamilton's oldest and most unique theatre spaces.
AUDITION - Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris
AUDITIONS for "Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris" by Jacques Brel
Director - David Dayler Musical Director - Brenda Uchimaru
A selection from Jacques Brel is required at the audition
A pianist will be available.
SHOW DATES - There will be 10 performances at the Guild Studio Theatre opening and running until
Eight evening shows at and two Saturday matinees at
This is a non-Equity production.
About Players' Guild
The Players' Guild of Hamilton has been involved in local community theatre for 139 years, making the Guild the oldest community theatre group in North America.
Having had many successful seasons, we are proud to be leading up to our 2013/2014 season.
All of our productions are held in our intimate Studio Theatre at 80 Queen St. South, Hamilton. You can enjoy our cabaret style seating with refreshments available.
Our Studio Theatre is air conditioned, wheelchair accessible, and has a wide variety of restaurants only a short walk away in the popular Hess Village.
Please come out and help us celebrate our 139th season of the best in community theatre!