The Highlands Cashiers Players is a volunteer theatrical not-for-profit organization that performs at the Highlands Performing Arts Center, 507 Chestnut St. For tickets and information, call 828-526-8084 or see highlandscashiersplayers.org. website.
“Crossing Delancey” (August 24-27, 31-Sept. 3, 2017) is a romantic comedy about a modern single young career woman, Isabella Grossman, and her grandmother, who is worried that Isabelle will never get married. Grandma hires a matchmaker who presents several candidates, none of whom are marriage material as far as Isabelle is concerned. However, a second encounter with one of the young men changes her mind. A humorous light comedy full of laughter and delightful characters. Made into a movie in 1988.
“Guilty Conscience” (October 12-15, 19-22, 2017) A suspenseful and humorous mystery thriller with a brilliant criminal attorney who plots to kill his wife, practicing his alibi against an imaginary prosecutor. His not so-long-suffering wife at the same time plots to turn the tables on him. Surprises all along the way and, of course, at the end.
Holiday Music and Readings (December 14, 2017) The players present their free annual event as a holiday gift to the community. This season the production is entitled “A Holly, Jolly Christmas.”
Comedy dinner theater (March 22-24, 29–31, 2017) A comedic play will be performed while theatergoers dine.
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Some Enchanted Evening” (May 24-27, May 31 – June 3), a musical review