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Don't Drink the Water (Woody Allen; dir: Aaron Murphy). 7M (20-60's); 4F (20-60's). 1 min. monologue plus cold read. Non-AEA. Stipend. Auds 6/5 2-6PM; 6/6 7-10PM. Callbacks 6/12. Rehs begin 9/12. Perfs 10/28-11/12. Appt/HS/Resume: or (312) 286-9224.

Theatre for Grownups




Sept. 2 - Sept. 19, 2016

Director: George Maguire

By: Edward Albee

A lazy day at the beach turns into a surreal existential journey when long-time married couple Charlie and Nancy encounter some very strange and improbable fellow beachcombers. This Pulitzer prize-winning play from America’s legendary Edward Albee promises to make you laugh, ponder and wonder about the big questions.



A Eugene O’Neill Festival production 

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The Eugene O’Neill Foundation, Tao House


R Revolution 

Role Players has partnerships with organizations and businesses to promote arts and culture in the San Ramon Valley.

RPE and The Eugene O’Neill Foundation, Tao House, collaborate during the Foundation’s annual festival to celebrate America’s only Nobel Prizewinning playwright, Eugene O’Neill.

This year the two organizations are working closely to present:

Experience the American Theatre’s rst great revolution and the evolution in storytelling that followed..

Role Players Ensemble

by Edward Albee Directed by George Maguire At the VillageTheatre September 2nd - 18th

The Eugene O’Neill Foundation, Tao House
The Emperor Jones

by Eugene O’Neill directed by Eric Fraisher Hayes At the Old Barn,Tao House September 23rd - October 2nd

by Adrienne Pender
Directed by Eric Fraisher Hayes
At the Old Barn, Tao House
September 29th

For more information on the 17th Eugene O’Neill Festival

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Recent Reviews

Review: A Glittering Gatsby

Posted: Thursday, April 21, 2016 12:00 am
By Susan Steinberg

The glitz and glamor of the Jazz Age lights up the stage at Danville’s Village Theater, where Role Players Ensemble is presenting “The Great Gatsby” through May 1.

Once again the RPE crew created miracles . . . Overall direction by Eric Fraisher Hayes produced a well-coordinated show that covered the wide-ranging tale with a quick series of linked scenes.


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