About Monroe Community Players

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With roots going back to the early part of the 20th century, Monroe Community Players was revitalized in 1948 by William D. and Marie Smith. Since our earliest days we have taken pride in our productions and in the friendships gained by working together for a common goal.

Whether we are presenting a full-scale musical, a slap-stick comedy, a children’s show, or a thought provoking and “edgy” drama – culture and the arts come alive as our members work on stage and behind the curtain to produce theatre that you want to see!

Monroe Community Players prides itself on being an inclusive organization that welcomes members and volunteers from all walks of life, ages, ethnicities, and sexual orientation. For nearly 75 years we have been recognized by the community as the premier theatrical arts organization in the region and a safe place where the full expression of ideas by actors, playwrights, directors, and more is not only expected but encouraged!

All our meetings are open to the public and are usually held on the first Monday of each month. Come join us as we continue our quest to present the best in community theatre!

Monroe Community Players is a 501(c)3 non-profit all volunteer organization and all donations are tax deductible within the limits of State and Federal law.