With great sadness, the Waterworks Players share the passing of our beloved Moffatt Evans.
For the last 30 years, the highlight in the lives of Connie, Leona, Millie and Mary has been their weekly “girl’s night out “bridge game.” Therefore, when Mary passes away, the remaining three friends face a dilemma of how they will carry on.
Performances are Fridays (December 3rd and 10th ) at 7 pm, and Saturdays (December 4th and 11th ) at 2 pm and 6 pm.
The Cold War, two superpowers, and an international chess championship sets the stage for Waterworks Players’ production of Chess. Inspired by the political machinations of the Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky chess match, Chess tells a story of love and political intrigue in which Americans and Soviets attempt to manipulate an international championship for political ends. Chess is a […]
The gray austere interior of a granite mausoleum is the setting for Waterworks Players production of Christopher Fry’s A Phoenix Too Frequent. As a comic version of the once well-known tale of the “Widow of Ephesus” written by the Roman author Petronius, Fry’s one-act play has been described by theatre critic Christopher Hoile as a […]