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Presenting Comedy to the Community since 1952
Located on State Road, Bensalem, PA 19020.
See the Map and Directions Page for more information

Subscribe now to our 63th Season and our 33rd year in "Neshaminy State Park"!
See four plays for $40.00, That's $10.00 a play for the season. 

 It saves you $5 per play at the door - a $20 savings for the season 

Auditions for Next Years First Play

Almost, Maine  by  John Cariani

Auditions for our next show "Almost Maine" will be held at the Theatre on Monday,

Jan 18th and Tues Jan 19th @ 7 pm at the theatre.

Auditions will be cold readings from the script.  Rehearsals will start after the Holidays.

Director Mike McCollum is looking for 4 or more men and 4 or more women. 

in either their 20's, 30's or 40's,  Possibly a few older M and F will be cast.

Preview is Sunday March 27

Our Next Play: 

Neil Simon's "Barefoot in the Park"  

Preview is Sunday Nov 22,
Performances Nov 27,28,29, Dec 2,3,4,5,6,10,11,12,13.

Corie Bratter ..................Laura Buttonbush
Paul Bratter ....................Micheal Krahel
Mrs. Banks.......................Kathy Garofano
Victor Velasco .................Brian Bara
Telephone Man...............Joe Szumila
Delivery Man...................Carl Searle

Our Plays for the 2015 - 2016 season

Almost Maine  Open Fri 4/1/16,

On Golden Pond Open Fri 6/3/16. 

Read the Review from the Bucks County Herald

You can click on the image for a larger image

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.
(Click here to read more)


Contributions can still be made to "Heather MacHenry Scholarship Fund" to the address below...

Heather MacHenry Scholarship Fund
P.O. Box 1093
Levittown, PA 19058





The Playmasters, State Rd. ¾ mile north of Street Road, Bensalem.  

The Playmasters – PO Box 6012, Phila., PA 19114
215-245-7850 -

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