Bowery Players

Bowery Players

Winnsboro Center for the Arts is well known for its theater productions and strives to offer two or more productions each year.  Suite Surrender received exceptional reviews and was named “Best Play on the Upper East Side” in 2019 by County Line Magazine.

We are pleased to welcome Director Shelley Aubrey to Winnsboro Center for the Arts. Aubrey has exceptional experience in theater, having worked for ten years as Performance Director on “Barney and Friends,” as well as numerous roles with Dallas Summer Musicals and local community theaters. “Doublewide, Texas,” will be her debut show as Performing Arts Director with WCA.

2021 EVENTS

Coming Soon!

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

October 25: Open Auditions for “The Greatest Christmas Pageant Ever.”
December 3-5; 10-12: Production of “The Greatest Christmas Pageant Ever.”

After a very successful run of “Doublewide, Texas,” Winnsboro Center for the Arts will be bringing “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” to The Bowery Stage.
 
Parts are available for children ages 6 and up as well as several adult parts. We need volunteers to help in every area of this production, whether it be on or off stage. Come to auditions if you like to act or come help build the set. Whatever your strengths, the Bowery Players can use you!
 
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Winnsboro Center for the Arts at (903) 342-0686 or wca.artscenter@gmail.com

Past Performances

"DOUBLEWIDE, TEXAS"

DIRECTED BY SHELLEY AUBREY

 
The Bowery Players’ first production of 2021 was a success! With each show either selling out or approaching maximum capacity, “Doublewide, Texas” had a fantastic run! Thank you to all who joined us! If you unable to attend, enjoy some photos from our dress rehearsal below. 
 
We would like to thank Beaty Law for sponsoring this production. “Doublewide, Texas,” would not have been possible without your generous support!
 

2019 Past Performances

"Suite Surrender"

April 2019

A farce by Michael McKeever

It’s 1942, and two of Hollywood’s biggest divas have descended upon the luxurious Palm Beach Royale Hotel – assistants, luggage, and a legendary feud with one another in tow.  Everything seems to be in order for their wartime performance. That is, until they are somehow assigned to the same suite. Mistaken identities, overblown egos, double entendre, and a lap dog named Mr. Boodles round out this hilarious riot of a love note to the classic farces of the 30s and 40s.

Directed by Bob Hibbard.

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