Suffield Players Unveil Riveting Upcoming Season

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The Suffield Players are thrilled to announce their highly anticipated lineup for the upcoming 2024-2025 season, promising an eclectic mix of timeless classics and contemporary masterpieces. The season kicks off with the suspenseful classic And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, followed by the heartwarming holiday benefit show The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge by Mark Brown. The winter months heat up with the intense courtroom drama A Few Good Men by Aaron Sorkin, and the season concludes with the delightful comedy Becky’s New Car by Steven Dietz.

Transporting audiences into the gripping world of Agatha Christie’s iconic mystery And Then There Were None offers an enthralling experience that has captivated generations.
The holiday season brings a unique twist with The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge by Mark Brown, a fresh and humorous take on the classic Dickens tale. This heartwarming benefit show promises laughter, holiday cheer and a unique perspective on a holiday favorite.

As winter descends, the Suffield Players will present Aaron Sorkin’s powerful courtroom drama A Few Good Men, exploring themes of honor, loyalty and the pursuit of justice. The sharp dialogue and gripping narrative will undoubtedly leave audiences on the edge of their seats.

Closing the season is Steven Dietz’s Becky’s New Car, a delightful comedy that takes theatergoers on a joyous ride through the unexpected twists and turns of life.

The selection for the upcoming season is a testament to the diverse range of stories live theater can offer. From classic mysteries to holiday cheer, intense courtroom drama to delightful comedy. The Suffield Players are committed to providing a season that resonates with our community and will showcase incredible local talent.

Season tickets will be available in August, offering patrons the opportunity to secure their seats for all Main Stage productions. Join the Suffield Players for a season filled with suspense, laughter, drama, and the magic of live theater.

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