Presenting Comedy to the Community since 1952
Located on State Road, Bensalem, PA 19020.
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Subscribe now to our 61th Season and our 31st year in "Neshaminy State Park"!
See 4 plays for only $25!
Four Weddings And An Elvis
Sandy the four time married 3 time divorced owner of a wedding chapel in Las Vegas, has seen her fair share of matrimonies! In Four weddings and an Elvis, we witness four of her most memorable: Bev and Stan who are getting married as revenge on their exes; Vanessa and Bryce, two arrogant, aging stars who are tying the knot as a publicity ploy; and Martin and Fiona, a gentle postal worker and a tough ex-
Auditions for Four Weddings and an Elvis will be held on Monday and Tuesday December 2nd & 3rd. Director Richard Hall needs 4 Males 20s-
2 males 30s -
backstage work are encouraged to attend the audition as well. Auditions will be held in the Playmasters Theater located 3/4 North of Street Road on
State Road in Bensalem at 7:30pm. Questions? Contact Rich at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 267-
show are scheduled for 2/9-
We have a great Review of Jake's Women on phillyBurbs
Playmasters bring on the laughs with "Jake's Women"
By: Morgaine Ford-Workmam
Opening this Friday, The Playmasters at Neshaminy State Park in Bensalem bring "Jake's Women" to the stage. This Neil Simon favorite is brought to Bucks County through the creativity of director Ron Green and assistant director Catherine Tomasi.
The play focuses on Jake (portrayed by David Campbell), a novelist who is more successful with fiction that with life. He faces a marital crisis by daydreaming about the women in his life. The wildly comic and sometimes moving flashbacks played in his mind are interrupted by visitations from actual females
We were featured on the:
Bensalem Playmasters Raise the Curtain on Talent, Entertainment
Harry S. Truman was in office, the Today Show debuted on NBC and Playmasters were formed in Bensalem. What year was it? 1952.
By Rhonda Campbell
Anyone who’s driven down State Road passed Neshaminy State Park cannot miss the sign. It stands at the side of the road bearing just two words “The Playmasters.” Residents who turn down the road and follow the sign to its end are in for a treat.
The Northeast Times wrote a wonderful review about us.
The show must go on... and it shall
By Tom Waring
Times Staff Writer
The folks behind The Playmasters Theatre Workshop like to promote a family atmosphere.
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Here's a review from our 1999 season production of "The Odd Couple"
John Fischer's Philadelphia
Vol. 1 - Number 48 - 09/27/99
Don't let anyone tell you that Theatre is dead in America, and least of all, here in the Philadelphia area.
Saturday night my wife and I went to see a production of The Odd Couple (Female Version) produced by The Playmasters at their theater in Neshaminy State Park just off the Street Road exit of I-95.
For $ 7, yes, I repeat, $ 7, we were thoroughly entertained for two hours with fourth row center seats. The company producing the play is a mixture of highly experienced amateur and semi-pro actors, as well as those with somewhat less experience. This production, however, showed more enthusiasm and fun than you often see on the professional stage.
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