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If your son or daughters goal is to win an Oscar one day
Release Date: September 02, 2017

Interested in theater? Does your son or daughter want to become a famous actor or actress?  Would you like to see them accept an Oscar? They need practice. And quality training. Clocktower Players can provide them with important skills thy need.

You don't have to be a child to perform with Clocktower Players. Many adults also perform at their great shows. Are you interested in auditioning for a show performed in a charming theater?  If yes - registration is now open!




In 1902, the residents of Irvington built Irvington Town Hall, and from the start, it acted as a cultural and political hub.  By mid-century, when formal balls, tea dances, and melodramas had lost ground, our theater suffered the effects of disuse and was eventually condemned to darkness.
In 1977, Clocktower Players, Inc. was founded to reinvigorate the theater by renovating the hall and by developing programs to promote its traditional use as a center for community discussion and celebration.
In the fall of 1978, the theater reopened its doors, and Clocktower Players launched its Youth Theater program.  In 1989, Michael C. Penta, Clocktower Players Founding Artistic Director, instituted our Community Theater program to showcase local talent.
Since 2006, Cagle McDonald has led our staff and volunteer teams as Artistic and Executive Director and has significantly grown all programming.  Cagle champions diversity and produces works that highlight the breadth of the human experience—RagtimeIn the HeightsRentLa Cage Aux FollesSpring Awakening and Purlie—the first all-black musical to grace the Irvington stage.


In the 2016-17 Season, youth performers were cheered on by family and friends as they presented hilarious and heart-warming productions of MulanJames and the Giant PeachSingin' In The RainXanaduMary Poppins, and SUMMER STAGE presented a fantastic showcase of Broadway hits.  As for our adult performers, our talented casts brought down the house in culturally and ethnically diverse productions of Dreamgirls, Sister Act, and Beauty and the Beast.
Champions of diversity,  giving voice to stories as rich and complex as the great tapestry of America itself, Clocktower Players Community Theater Adult Troupe has been honored to receive many accolades including Best of Westchester's Best Local Theater Group, winner of five 2015 OnSTAGE Critic’s Awards, including Outstanding Musical Award, and selected by NY Theater Guide as one of the top five community theater companies in New York State. 
In 2017-18, we're thrilled to celebrate our 40th Season with an exciting line-up of community-engaging musicals filled with laughter and fun, sure to captivate and excite the imagination of one and all.  We are excited to explore a rich array of Tony Award winning and classic musicals giving a voice to the stories of a community as diverse, rich and complex as the great tapestry of America itself.


It's time to register Kids and Teens to perform in our Youth Troupe productions...Peter Pan (Gr 1-4), The Little Mermaid (Gr5-8), The Drowsy Chaperone (HS Teens) and more! Our first rehearsals begin Sept 7 and need-based Scholarships are available.
For registration and ticket info: http://clocktowerplayers.com/
And please Save the Date (Nov. 4)  for our One Night Only In-Concert production of Steven Sondhiem's COMPANY. Adult auditions are mid-September and it promises to be fantastic! Attached is a press release with all the details. 

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