Our next production –

Nunsense: The Mega Musical
Directed by Reggie Allison
Synopsis: Nunsense is habit-forming! This riotous show is a fundraiser put on by the Little Sisters of Hoboken to raise money to bury sisters accidentally poisoned by the convent cook, Sister Julia (Child of God). Updated with new jokes, additional lyrics, two new arrangements, and a brand new song, this madcap musical was recorded for television starring Rue McClanahan as the Mother Superior.
Cast List:
Jackie Cheadle: Sister Mary Regina, Reverend Mother
Jessica Morgan: Sister Mary Hubert, Master of Novices
Allie Copeland: Sister Robert Anne
Ashli Cooper-Dexter: Sister Mary Amnesia
Hallie Graf: Sister Leo, a Novice
Paige Smith: Sister Julia, Child of God
Patsyann Honeycutt: Sister Mary Brendan, a Novice
Claire Bradbury: Sister Mary Luke, a Novice
Olivia Layton: Sister Mary Timothy
Haliee Shough: Sister Mary Wilhelm, Convent Nurse
Ethan Snyder: Brother Virgil, Convent Chaplain
Keith Carroll II: Father Patrick
Reggie Allison: Director
Scout Lytle: Assistant Director
Music Director: Keith Carroll II
Choreographer: Kat Stanley
Choreographer: Emily Allen
Stage Manager: Isaiah Serra
Assistant Stage Manager: Thursday O’Phelan
Lighting & Sound Technician: Maddy McCain

New! Roundtown Reels

Roundtown Players is excited to announce an all-new program – Roundtown Reels! Starting in August of 2023 we will be showing films each month between our live productions. That means fresh entertainment for everyone in the community throughout the whole year, with movies on our giant projection screen and our latest stage productions. Go to roundtownplayers.org/movies for a list of current and upcoming movies,  and watch our Facebook page for updates and special announcements. There are plenty of awesome things coming and we want you to be a part of them!

Want to be part of our newest projects? Email us at roundtownplayers@gmail.com

Roundtown Players Theatre

Located in the historic district of Downtown Circleville, the Roundtown Players Theatre has been a part of the Circleville community since 1967. The community theatre presents 4-6 productions per year, hosts local events, and provides educational opportunities through workshops and performance classes. Roundtown Players is a non-profit organization seeking to educate and entertain the community through performance arts.

In the 1960’s, a group of amateur actors gathered together to hold fundraisers for Berger Hospital. They called these productions the “High-Fever Follies,” and after several years of success, many from this group decided to create an ongoing theater organization for the community.

Calling themselves the Roundtown Players, they produced William Inge’s “Picnic” in the barn at the Pickaway Country Club in August of 1967. 11 actors were found for the roles and 15 people were listed in the program as production staff. The production lasted….

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