Saint Jean's Players

Todays Date: 06/25/22
Last Update: 10/20/11 04:48:27 PM
Address: 167 East 75th Street
New York, NY   

History of Productions View Current and Upcoming

To Kill A Mockingbird  | Open: 11/11/11 Close: 11/20/11
A memorable novel becomes a not to miss play.  A young girl growing up in Maycomb, Alabama in 1935 is exposed to events which shake the meanings of friendship and loyalty.  It recreates the awe, wonder and horror of that moment when we all leave the clear morality of childhood to face the injustices of the adult world.  A stirring evening on themes that still ring true and deep within us all.

A Little Night Music  | Open: 05/08/08 Close: 05/18/08
Originally produced on Broadway by Harold Prince, the romantic entanglements of star-crossed and other lovers on a magical summer's night, featuring a score primarily in waltz time and the haunting "Send in the Clowns." Directed and Conducted by Razy Jordan, Produced by Arthur Gruen.
Of Thee I Sing  | Open: 11/09/07 Close: 11/18/07
The first musical to win the Pulitzer Prize about a madcap presidential campaign. Described as being "as funny as the government and not nearly as dangerous." A contest is held in Atlantic City to choose Miss White House, the future First Lady of the land. The results are thrown out of whack by love, complications with France, the South and chemistry. Features a dynamite Gershwin score and the celebrated Kaufman wit.
The Music Man  | Open: 05/11/07 Close: 05/20/07
Everybody's favorite con man, Professor Harold Hill, comes to Iowa to get the town of River City out of its terrible trouble by starting up a boys' band. Will he win over the skeptics? Or will he be exposed by music teacher (and librarian) Marian Paroo before the band instruments and uniforms have even arrived? Join the St. Jean's Players for the Fiftieth Anniversary of this Tony-winning classic musical by Meredith Willson!
Gypsy  | Open: 11/09/06 Close: 11/19/06
Based on the Memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee

An ambitious stage mother drags her offspring through vaudeville and burlesque.

Life . . . and Afterlife  | Open: 02/16/06 Close: 02/19/06
One-act plays (including three world premieres) by Sir James Barrie, William Blackard, Lawrence A. Herman, Linda Kampley, and Pamela Robbins
Annie  | Open: 11/10/05 Close: 11/20/05
The story of the little red-headed orphan in Depression-era NYC and the millionare that adpots her - eventually. The work premiered on Broadway in 1977.
Brighton Beach Memoirs  | Open: 05/12/05 Close: 05/22/05
The first play in Neil Simon's wildly successfuly autobiographical trilogy finds young Eugene Jerome living in Brooklyn in 1937, balancing the onset of puberty, his baseball fantasies, and his family's problems. Hilarious and heartwarming.
Accidents Of Destiny  | Open: 02/24/05 Close: 02/27/05
Seven short plays plus the magic of dance

Seven plays -- most of them original and never before produced -- about the ironies of fate are interwoven with a series of dance segments underscoring the accidents of destiny that shape our lives.

Directed by Erin Buckley, Mary Anne Gruen, Susan Horowitz, Paul Kowalewski, Bryan McHaffey, Charles Mobbs, and Pamela Robbins