Oct 7 - Oct 22, 2005

by Neil Simon

Meet Eugene, whose boyhood fantasies of girls and baseball are about to collide with the miseries and rewards of growing into adulthood in his Depression-era Brooklyn family.

"If you didn't have a problem, you wouldn't live in this house."

Dec 2 - Dec 23, 2005

In our version, which opened on Friday, December 2, and is produced exclusively at the Chatham Playhouse, Dickens serves not only as narrator, but also as a character that befriends Scrooge and walks beside him during his life-changing journey through memories and premonitions.

Feb 17 - Mar 4, 2006

The Chatham Community Players invites you to enter the world of Maria Callas, the legendary diva, who leads a master class for three unsuspecting student singers in a fascinating exploration of the obsessive drive - and the price paid - for artistic perfection in our upcoming production of

May 5 - May 20, 2006

The Chatham Players opened their production of “Pippin” on Friday, May 5 to a sold out, enthusiastic house. Created by Oscar winner Stephen Schwartz, composer/lyricist for “Godspell,” “Children of Eden,” and “Wicked”, “Pippin” delights in numerous show-stopping numbers.