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  October 2010 
The Antrim Players
In This Issue
President's Corner
Help Us Keep The "Community In Community Theater"

Inherit The Wind
Details On Our Next Production

Audition News
"Wait Until Dark"
"All Shook Up"

Antrim Antics
Come to our night of comedy on Nov. 27th

About Us
A Monthly Article To Inform Members Of Our History, Policies & Procedures.
Audition News

"Wait Until Dark"

Directed By Randy Accardi


                   Audition Dates:   Sunday Nov. 21st @ 6 PM

                                                Monday Nov. 22nd @7 PM 

                                               Sunday Nov. 28th @ 6PM               

                  Callbacks              Monday Nov. 29th  @ 6PM

                            Auditions Will Be Held At

The Antrim Playhouse -  15 Spook Rock Road,  Suffern, NY


Performance dates:  March 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20


Cast Breakdown -Strong, seasoned actors needed for all roles. Must be comfortable moving to music cues.


Susy Hendrix - (25-35) Very physical role, recently blinded Greenwich Village housewife.

Harry Roat, Jr.- (30-45) Very physical role. Creepy, brutal and sophisticated criminal.

Mike Tallman - (25-40) Handsome, recently released from prison. Small time hood.

Sergeant Carlino - (30-50) Overweight, small time hood and con man recently released from prison.

Sam Hendrix - (30-40) Susy's husband, handsome photographer

Gloria - Able to play age 12. Lives upstairs from Sam and Susy. Acts as Susy's eyes throughout the show. Wears glasses.

Policemen/Policewomen - (18+) Must move well to music cues to create effects throughout the show. Will also play smaller roles in the show.

Rehearsals will begin in early December on Tuesday and Thursday nights with some Sunday nights added as needed.


Frederick Knott's thriller is the story of Susy Hendrix, a recently blinded housewife who unwittingly possesses a doll stuffed with illicit drugs. Harry Roat, a brutal and sophisticated criminal, coerces two small time thugs into helping him con Susy into giving up the doll. A battle of wits ensues as Susy and the young girl upstairs launch a counterplot against the thieves. The drama plays on the themes of darkness and light as Susy navigates through her sightless world and the crooks signal each other with the light through Venetian blinds.


For further informatio


Antrim is always looking for talented people who have a desire to get more involved in their community and the world of theater. In addition to actors, we need directors, producers, stage managers, lighting and sound staff, costumers, prop staff and help with all the thousands of tasks we need to perform to keep this theater running. If you are interested I urge you to visit our website at and send an email to any of the board members. You'll be surprised at the fun you will have.

President's Corner

Dear Members,

Our 74th season got off to a great start with the hugely successful production of The Odd Couple. Thanks to the cast, crew and all of you who came to support us.

We hope to continue that success with our next main stage production of Inherit The Wind, coming to you in November. In between we have a couple of exciting events going on at Antrim. A Halloween Costume party on Oct. 29th and a hilarious night of comedy called Antrim Antics in November. Please join us for these great events.

We are working very hard at Antrim to continue to bring you quality shows like the Odd Couple but we can only do it with your support. I am not talking about monetary support, rather, what we desperately need is community support. It takes dozens of back stage people to produce one of our shows. Costumers, set painters and builders, set designers, stage managers, furniture and prop specialists, set decorators, lighting and sound operators, just to name a few. Antrim is woefully short on this type of help. I know that there must be many of you out there who have talent in these areas or would be willing to learn a new skill. All it takes is a desire to get involved and a little bit of time. If you always wanted to get involved in theater but didn't know how to get started, it's easy. Just call me at the number below and help us keep the "Community In Community Theater".


Marty Andreas
President - Antrim Players
(845) 664-0689

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Antrim Antics
About Us

Antrim Playhouse is a non-profit community theater serving primarily Rockland, Orange and Bergen counties. We have been presenting "off  - broadway" quality theatrical productions since 1936. 

Ticket Prices
Plays $20 - Seniors & Students $18
Musicals $23 - Seniors & Students $21

To make reservations for any of our shows please call (845) 354-9503. Leave the information requested and your tickets will be held at the box office. Please note that due to staff limitations Antrim is unable to call back to confirm reservations. However, you will be called, in the unlikely event,  that the show you requested is sold out or cancelled. Rest assured that your reservation has been received and your seats will be there when you arrive.

Our performances start promptly at the time announced. Please be courteous and do not arrive after the curtain goes up. If you are late we will ask you to wait in the lobby until an appropriate time can be found to seat you. This could mean you may not be seated until intermission.