The Nottingham Players gather every year to offer the community one of a broad range of plays for their entertainment, amusement, and sometimes even deeper thinking. Led by our professionally trained faculty director, Rusty Eder, students fill the rest of the positions in these productions, from acting and singing to stage construction, lighting and sound, costumes and any of the other jobs that come up in a theater setting. Past productions include classics like Godspell, The Importance of Being Earnest and The Canterbury Tales, while more modern efforts include titles such as All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, 12 Angry Jurors, and An American Gallery. We make a real effort to find room for every student with an interest in theater, often providing an opportunity for an otherwise shy young person to blossom in the right role. After their time with the Players, a few have even gone on to find careers in performing or the technical side of theater.
Choir and Instruments
We offer private instrument instruction. Mr. Joel Alarcon teaches violin, viola, guitar, electric bass, piano and drum lessons.
Our choir meets with Mr. Joel Alarcon twice per week for practice. They perform for a variety of community events and recitals. This past December, the chorus and instrumentalists performed at West Nottingham’s Winter Convocation, as well at St. Mary Anne’s Episcopal Church in North East, MD.