Announcing our 73rd Season. Get Tickets Now!

We’d like to announce our 2019-2020 (73rd) season and tell you how to get tickets to all of them at a VERY discounted price!

Season tickets at The Village Players of Hatboro are only $45 for all 4 shows! A season ticket also gets you at least 50% off special events, allows you to pick your permanent seat (Friday and Saturday seatholders only), or change your usual night if you can’t make it — at no additional cost!

Early Bird Special

From now until May 17th, 2019, you can get a season ticket for just $40 — that’s 33% off the regular ticket price! Even if you end up seeing only 3 of our shows, you’re STILL saving money!

During this Early Bird Special, we’re allowing both mail-in and online ticket purchases.

Get them on our Box Office page now »

But first, let us introduce you to what shows we have on the slate!

2019-2020 (73rd) Season

Done to Death

By: Fred Carmichael
October (2019) 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19
Directed by: TBA
Asst. Director: TBA


(Mystery/Comedy) Once-famous mystery writers involve the audience as they apply their individual methods to solving various murders. They include a couple who write sophisticated murders, a young author of the James Bond school, a retired writer of the hard-hitting method, and an aging queen of the logical murder.

Time Stands Still

By: Donald Margulies
January (2020) 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25
Directed by: TBA
Asst. Director: TBA


(Drama) Time Stands Still focuses on Sarah and James, a photojournalist and a foreign correspondent trying to find happiness in a world that seems to have gone crazy. Theirs is a partnership based on telling the toughest stories, and together, making a difference. But when their own story takes a sudden turn, the adventurous couple confronts the prospect of a more conventional life.

The School for Lies

By: David Ives
March (2020) 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28
Directed by: TBA
Asst. Director: TBA


(Comedy) Adapted from Le Misanthrope by Molière. It’s 1666 and the brightest, wittiest salon in Paris is that of Celimene, a beautiful young widow so known for her satiric tongue she’s being sued for it. Surrounded by shallow suitors, whom she lives off of without surrendering to, Celimene has managed to evade love since her beloved husband died—until today, when Frank appears. A traveler from England known for his own coruscating wit and acidic misanthropy, Frank turns Celimene’s world upside-down, taking on her suitors, matching her barb for barb, and teaching her how to live again. (Never mind that their love affair has been engineered by a couple of well-placed lies.) This wild farce of furious tempo and stunning verbal display, all in very contemporary couplets, runs variations on Molière’s The Misanthrope, which inspired it. Another incomparable romp from the brilliant author of All in the Timing.

The Tell-Tale Farce

By: Don Zolidis
June (2020) 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20
Directed by: TBA


(Farce) It’s 1848, and Edgar Allan Poe is just coming off the spectacular success of “The Raven.” Unfortunately, it’s only earned him a grand total of nine dollars. So when a wealthy dowager commissions him to write her a poem for the vast sum of one hundred dollars, he leaps at the chance. Only problem: the man who shows up to write the poem isn’t Poe, he’s Poe’s mailman, and he’s on a quest to woo the dowager’s spinster niece. Playing Poe is harder than it looks, though, especially when your mustache keeps falling off, the teenage grand-daughter of the house is lusting after you, and Poe’s arch-nemesis, Rufus Griswold, just happens to be dropping by to settle old scores. A freewheeling, door-slamming farce with a touch of the macabre.

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