Sunday, December 8 performance CANCELLED due to weather.
Director Mickey Lund will be holding open auditions for A Man of No Importance on Sunday, January 19 at 3:00pm and Monday, January 20 at 7:00pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church
Ruth Steiner is a teacher and respected short story writer. Her student and protégée is Lisa Morrison. Over the course of 6 years, Lisa journeys from insecure student to successful writer.
The tender story of Alfie Byrne, a bus driver living in 1960’s Dublin. A passionate fan of Oscar Wilde, Alfie is determined to stage a version of Salome at his church,
Dignity Players strives to provide quality live theater in Annapolis, Maryland that explores social justice and equality. The local Annapolis attraction presents morality plays that inspire audiences as well as comedic productions, intended to tickle the funny bone.
A program of the UUCA, Dignity Players sprang into action in 2004. Separating it from the various theater groups around Annapolis, founders Bryan Barrett, Mickey Lund, and Sue Struve established the new group to promote “the inherent self-worth and dignity of all people” through the production of theatre arts containing a strong liberal, open-minded message of life, liberty, justice for all, hope, and dignity. An all-volunteer organization, driven by a love of Maryland theatre, Dignity Players seeks to involve members of the UUCA community and the greater Annapolis area community, and to inspire action on social issues pertaining to the rights of all people, regardless of race, gender, creed, religion, or sexual orientation.
Theater can inspire and promote, as well as entertain. With the help of the UUCA, Dignity Players hopes to bring to light the need for action on many of the social issues we read about every day, and to promote the worth and dignity of all people.
When looking for events in Annapolis theater, choose Dignity Players Theater for Change.