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Catskill Community Players

The Catskill Community Players is a not-for-profit community theater group founded in 1974 with the purpose of "promoting and presenting theater in the community". In 2016, the Catskill Community Players joined forces with Catskill Theatre Works, in a restructuring process, and attained non-profit status.


The group typically produces two shows per year:  recently mostly comedies and mysteries.  Performances are given at the historic Wieting Theatre, in Worcester, NY. Over its 48 year history, other performance venues included South Kortright Central School's Harbaugh Hall, Stamford Central School, the Farrell Hall Little Theatre on the campus of SUNY Delhi, Delaware Academy, and Foothills Performing Arts Center. Visit the website for a complete listing of all the plays produced throughout the years.

 CCP operates under the direction of a board and follows non-profit bylaws. We draw from a vibrant theatre community of local actors, and talented directors & volunteer crew, which is constantly expanding.  Auditions are open to anyone at all levels of experience.  

  There is an opportunity to join as a member of CCP, and membership is drawn from the communities of Oneonta, Cooperstown, Worcester, Schenevus, South Kortright, Hobart, Stamford, Jefferson, Delhi, Franklin,  and surrounding areas.


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