Welcome to the Burlington Players

Theater to see and theater to do for all ages!

The Burlington Players
Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

By Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon

directed by Kristin Hughes
produced by
Hugh Thompson
stage managed by Allie Winer-Brown

Production Dates: November 4 - November 19, 2022

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for more information, contact the producer

Coming Up in 2023

Talking to Strangers

By Christopher Lockheardt

directed by Matt Garlin

Production Dates: February 24-March 11, 2023

Bat Boy: The Musical
Story and Book by Keythe Farley and Brian Flemming,
Music and Lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe

directed by Robert Hallisey

Production Dates: May 5-20, 2023

For more information or to get involved, please contact info@burlingtonplayers.com

Congratulations and welcome to our new

Board of Directors and Committee Members

for the 2022-2023 season

Director of Education: Jennifer Soucy

Director of Membership: Mel Ingalls

Director at Large: Alex Neville

Director at Large: Leeta White

Play reading committee:

Kate Gluck

Christine Connor

Amy DeMarco

Hannah Clifford

John Pease

CODIAD Committee:

Matt Garlin

Mel Ingalls

Nate Carey

Leeta White

Nominating committee 2022/23:

Leslie Wagner

Jan Schmiege

Robert Hallisey

2022 -2023 Annual Membership

Membership is now open for the 2022-2023 season with an on-line payment option for contact-free transactions.
Go to Membership Sign Up here.

Burlington Players is committed to being Anti-Racist and shall not practice discrimination against any actor on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability.

Land Acknowledgements

The Community Theater Company of Burlington (Burlington Players) resides on the ancestral and unceded lands of the Massachusett people, and unceded, unsurrendered Pawtucket territory of the Pennacook. We honor these communities and the elders of these nations—past, present, and future—whose practices and spiritualities are tied to the land. Click here to read more.

A Note to Our Community

The Burlington Players stand by the black and brown communities in Massachusetts, throughout the country, and around the world. As artists, we have a platform and a voice that can speak out against injustice. As an arts organization, we as a board are meeting (virtually) to discuss what we can do as an organization and changes we need to make to our structure as a community theater. We pledge to learn, listen, and take actions that are within our means and will share that with our community in the coming weeks. We pledge to do our part and acknowledge our responsibility within the arts and in our hearts. Black Lives Matter. Our organization will not be silent to injustices.

The Burlington Players Board of Directors

2022 EMACT DASH Nominations

The Burlington Players is honored by receiving a number of nominations from the EMACT DASH (Distinguished Achievement Special Honors) program this year for The Bridges of Madison County. The GALA awards ceremony will be held at Cary Hall in Lexington. Click here for more information about the GALA

...and the nominees are:

Jason Toppan - Best Set Design (Musical)

Eric Jacobsen - Best Lighting Design (Musical)

Allie Winer Brown - Best Stage Management (Musical)

Kenny Meehan - Lead Performer in a Male Identifying Role (Musical)

Lydian DeVere Yard - Lead Performer in a Female Identifying Role (Musical)

Jason Hair-Wynn - Best Direction (Musical)

Best Production (Musical)

Mailing Address
The Burlington Players
P.O. Box 433
Burlington MA 01803

contact us: info@burlingtonplayers.com

Performance Space
The Park Playhouse
One Edgemere Avenue
Burlington MA 01803


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