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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this program.  The SCP community
number is 37408

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Shelbyville, IN 46176
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Thursday, Friday & Saturday 7:30 p.m.     Sunday Matinee 2:00 p.m.    
TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE, the 2002 Jeffrey Hatcher-Mitch Albom stage version of
the smash best-selling book by Mitch Albom, will hit the Strand stage April 21 for two
weekends of performances.  The two-character play is the story of sportswriter Mitch
Albom who reconnects with his terminally ill former professor, Morrie Schwartz. The
book was also made into a TV movie with Hank Azaria and Jack Lemmon.

2002 reviews of the play:
"Unforgettable! No matter how well you tell the story, the play makes it more vivid,
more shattering, more humorous." —NY Magazine.

"Making the language of the book crisper, cleverer and more palatable…aphoristic
wisdom, expressed with gallows wit." —NY Times.

"A touching, life-affirming, deeply emotional drama with a generous dose of humor."
—NY Daily News.

"I was unprepared for how moving and powerful TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE turned
out to be…On this ground, the flowers of humanity grow." —NY Post.

"You'll Laugh! You'll Cry!" —Variety.

"The evening has an aura of celebration. Just what the doctor ordered, you are likely
to be moved." —Journal News.
Attention youth ages 12-20

Open auditions May 22 & 23


Character Descriptions