Catch A Star Theatrical (CAST) Players

Catch A Star Theatrical (CAST) Players is a community theater group dedicated to enhancing cultural arts through live theater performances for communities in the San Gorgonio Pass.

Catch A Star Theatrical (CAST) Players is a community theater group dedicated to enhancing cultural arts through live theater performances for communities in the San Gorgonio Pass

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The Puzzle With The Piazza

By Mark Dunn

While septuagenarian Althea Witlin is showing her house to Leif, a prospective buyer, (poor health is causing her to move in with her younger sister) they come across the one 3000 piece jigsaw puzzle among her large collection that she's been afraid to work. With his encouragement. they dump the puzzle onto a table, and thus begins a gentle, bittersweet drama about both the fragility and expansiveness of family ties, and the often much stronger bonds of friendship that frame the final years of our lives.

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Scream Queens II
By Scott Martin
Directed by Ralph Griffey

This Musequel brings back our six voluptuous B-movie babes from several years ago to another horror/sci-fi convention with new songs, new videos and new audience participation contests; a sexy world premiere sequel to the original musical presented by the Cast Players in 2015; book, music and lyrics by Scott Martin. Not recommended for young audiences.

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Upcoming Auditions

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CATCH A STAR THEATRICAL PLAYERS 

7:00 P.M. Thursday & Friday, September 22nd and 23rd

AT THE BEAUMONT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
702 EUCLID AVENUE
NE CORNER OF 7TH AND EUCLID 

“HARRIS CASHES OUT!”

By
LONDOS D’ARRIGO

Harris is a Broadway lyricist and one hit wonder whose years of work have gone nowhere.  Jason accidentally discovers that if Harris is dead, it all becomes valuable.  He and a reluctant Kim come up with a plan to cash in.

Roles:
Harris: Bright, witty retiree – play 70s
Maggie: Harris’s sister, no-nonsense lady – play 60s-70s
Kim: Harris’s neighbor, sweet, naïve – play 20s-30s
Jason: Kim’s boyfriend, street smart schemer – play 20s-30s

Performance dates: October 30, November 5,6,11,12,13

Questions call director Susan O’Connell at 657.540.9497

2021-22 Season
All Dates currently TBD due COVID


Scream Queens II
By Scott Martin
Directed by Ralph Griffey

This Musequel brings back our six voluptuous B-movie babes from several years ago to another horror/sci-fi convention with new songs, new videos and new audience participation contests; a sexy world premiere sequel to the original musical presented by the Cast Players in 2015; book, music and lyrics by Scott Martin. Not recommended for young audiences.


The Puzzle with the Piazza
By Mark Dunn
Directed by Richard Meinhold

While septuagenarian Althea Witlin is showing her house to Leif, a prospective buyer, (poor health is causing her to move in with her younger sister) they come across the one 3000 piece jigsaw puzzle among her large collection that she’s been afraid to work. With his encouragement, they dump the puzzle onto a table, and thus begins a gentle, bittersweet comedy/drama about the fragility of family ties and the often much stronger bonds of friendship that lattice the final years of our lives.


Ignore the Man Behind the Screen
By Elaine Mullen-Barrett
Directed by Susan O'Connell

Friends since childhood, Meg, Grace, Annie and Polly are waiting at Annie's to surprise Maureen on her promotion from Miss Maureen of “The Sandbox Set” to the week-end news anchor of the “National News Service.” But before she arrives, Annie is confronted with a crisis that could potentially destroy her happy marriage. The ladies try to assure Annie that everything will be fine but she will not be comforted. During the long night that follows, pasts will be dredged up; old wounds opened; secrets and animosities revealed, but as with all close friends, facing up to unpleasant truths can be just what is needed to realize how much they truly need and love each other.


A Crash Course in Murder - Murder Mystery Dinner Theater
By Chris Coon
Directed by Ralph Griffey

Year: 1925 Place: A private island in the Florida keys where a factory union is on strike and a tropical storm is bearing down on it. A motley crew of men and women struggle with themselves and the elements in this comedy about booze, bucks and payback with twists and turns aplenty.

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