Our Mission
The mission of Shelby County Players, Inc. is to provide quality live theater
experiences to Shelby and surrounding counties. Shelby County Players will promote
active participation for actors, directors and technical people from our community. The
services and activities of the corporation shall at all times be administered and
operated on a nondiscriminatory basis without regard to color, national origin, sex,
religious preference, creed, age or physical impairment.
Our Vision
It is the vision of Shelby County Players that quality live community theater will flourish
in Shelby County for many years, enriching the culture and promoting the quality of life
in Shelby County. Shelby County Players, Inc. will be a vessel through which those
aspiring to practice the craft of Dramatic Arts will be encouraged and promoted. By
the continued growth of a strong, dedicated base of volunteer participants and
involved returning audiences, Shelby County Players, Inc. will promote and strive for
high quality educational and enjoyable dramatic arts experiences and opportunities
for all of its surrounding communities. Young people will be encouraged to become
involved in live theater, thereby encouraging an enthusiasm for theater at a young age
and enriching their lives.
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Youth Theatre
Workshop
Interview
Video

    A Night of One-Acts
    Directors: Lisa Isaacs, Tyler Riley,
    Danyel Comstock & Rachel Scudder

    Performances at Strand Theatre:
    September 23 & 24, 2016  7:30 p.m.
    Admission is Free!


    Synopsis: Compulsion deals with a distraught young husband whose wife is planning to divorce him
    because of his over-energetic sexual demands. He persuades a long absent visiting friend to pose as a
    priest and talk sense to her--which works beautifully until she catches on. Whereupon she turns the tables
    on hubby in hilarious fashion.

    A Beatle's Story by Morley Shulman,  Directed by Tyler Riley

    Synopis: This play about the Beatles is basically a conversation between John Lennon and Paul McCartney
    about replacing their Bass player, Stu, and who on earth they are going to get to replace him. Stu has
    decided to stay behind in Hamburg after their tour in Germany and get married....and he didn't like Paul
    taking the piss out of him all the time. A fast paced funny play by best-selling playwright Morley Shulman,
    with snappy lines in the style of the classic Beatles films such as ' A Hard Day's Night.'


    A Mad Breakfast by I. M. Gray,  Directed by Danyel Comstock

    Synopsis: A classic one-act farce from Vaudeville days, set in a boarding house. Practical jokers Mr. Jones
    and Miss Brown tell each of the guests that wealthy visitor Mr. Long is especially interested in their individual
    hobbies. They also tell Mr. Long that the boarding house is a lunatic asylum.  Hilarity ensues as chaos tops
    confusion, soon causing Mr. Long to fear for his life.  The madness culminates in a crazy séance.  
    Considered by many to be one of the funniest one-acts ever written.


    Ferris Wheel by Mary Miller, Directed by Rachel Scudder

    Synopsis: Funny and touching, the play is the unlikely love story of two lonely people who are forced to ride
    together on an old country Ferris wheel. She's afraid of heights. He's afraid to give up smoking. They are
    both afraid of each other.

September 23 & 24, 2016
7:30 p.m.



215 South Harrison St.
Shelbyville, IN  46176