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    COMING SOON: Nat’s Last Struggle and more
    AUDITIONS: Our next Drive-in show

    Nat’s Last Struggle


    Nat’s Last Struggle is a powerful one-act, one-man show written by Norfolk playwright P. A. Wray. Nat Turner led the slave rebellion that took place in Southampton County, Virginia, during August 1831; this play is a dramatic adaptation of “The Confessions of Nat Turner,” published by Thomas R. Grey in November that same year as “an authentic account of the whole insurrection.” Woven into the piece are bits of lore and supposition regarding several aspects of Turner’s life.
    Performances are livestreamed from the Conejo Players Feb. 19 – 21, 2021
    Friday & Saturday 7 pm, Sunday 2 pm.
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    Facebook Live chat with the author

    Join us Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. Pacific Time on the Conejo Players Facebook page for a live talk with show author P.A. Wray. 
    Over the years Wray’s plays have been featured in local new play festivals as productions and staged readings. Nat’s Last Struggle received critical acclaim during Norfolk Summer Play Fest 2011 and was presented at The Earl Hamner, Jr. Theatre, Afton, Va. and Gateway Theater, Waynesboro, Va. in Oct. 2011. It was produced in July 2015 and presented at Generic Theater, Norfolk, Va.

    Audition for our next drive-in concert!

    Sign up by Feb. 7! 

    Submit a video of yourself, a duet or trio singing songs about all kinds of love — romantic, friendship, love of a passion or hobby, family, chocolate … We are looking at all genres, with a emphasis on songs that can tell a short story.  Safe duets, trios, or groups are encouraged.  Dancing, choreography and thinking outside the box are also encouraged.

    Performances are March 26 – 28. This audition is by video submission only.

    Sign up

    Coming soon:
    The Mountaintop

    This March, don’t miss The Mountaintop. This two-person drama is about the last day of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The entire play is set in the Lorraine hotel room, the evening before his assassination.
    The show stars Rashia Whitlock, Olushola Fagbamil, Clynell Jackson and Derrick Parker.
    Streaming March 12-14, 202, Friday and Saturday at 8 pm, Saturday and Sunday at 2 pm
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    Feb. 19, 7 p.m. – Nat’s Last Struggle Opens online
    Feb. 27, 2 p.m. – Annual Membership Meeting (on Zoom)
    March 12, 8 p.m. – The Mountaintop Opens online
    March 26, 7 p.m. – What’s Love Got To Do With It Drive-in Theatre Opens
    April 16, 7 p.m. – Schoolhouse Rock Live Jr. Opens online
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    The annual membership meeting is coming up

    The Board of Directors has decided to hold the annual membership on Zoom.
    Members, keep an eye on your mailbox for the invitation. 

    Stephanie Spindler Harris

    The Road She Did Take

    Although I had lived in Westlake Village since 1998, my first experience at Conejo Players Theater wasn’t until 2015. Dang it – I missed seeing so many wonderful productions in those years!

    However, in 2015, I auditioned for a show called Follies and despite my being late to the audition process (I was in Michigan moving my daughter into school during the week that auditions took place), the director and producer were nice enough to allow me to audition on the Saturday of callbacks. Lucky for me, they were still looking for a mature (I refuse to say old) woman to play the role of Heidi in her later years and I guess I fit the bill! Thank you, Arryck and Shawn!

    Through that production, I was introduced to the magic that is CPT and also made so many new theater friends! I wanted to be more a part of the theater than just performing and was fortunate to become part of the Board as secretary.

    Producing a children’s production, a musical and a play followed – such enriching experiences and again more new friends made!

    My last involvement with the theater before I moved to Arizona was the joy that was A Miracle on 34th Street – A Live Radio Musical Play which I had the pleasure to be a part of a year ago! I will treasure all of my memories at CPT and am still watching from afar! So proud to be a small part of the 60+ years that CPT has been in existence! Here’s to many more!!!

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