July 26 – 29, 2018
Winner of the 2015 Tony as Best Musical, FUN HOME is a fascinating journey through a woman’s life of discovery. Based on Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel memoir, you encounter Alison at three points in her life: as a girl, a young woman, and an adult.
September 27 – 30, October 4 – 7, 2018
A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum
Considered by many to be the funniest musical ever written, FORUM has no shame in what it will do for a laugh-sight gags, running jokes, vaudeville, slap stick, impossible disguises-you name it. It all takes place in ancient Rome when a young man falls in love with the girl-for-sale next door.
November 29 – December 2, December 6 – 9, 2018
A Carol of the Birds
Carol Bird is born on Christmas Day. As she grows into childhood, she brings light and joy to all around her even as her own light grows dimmer. And this Christmas, Carol decides she needs the help of her own family to bring a true Christmas to the family living across the alley.
February 1-3; February 8 – 10, 2019
August: Osage County
When Dad disappears suddenly, the entire Watson family is thrown into overdrive. In the search for Dad, Mom is joined by their three daughters and the men in their lives. This house in August in Oklahoma was never intended to see the entire Watson clan together ever again.
March 22-24; March 29-31, 2019
Lend Me A Tenor
One of America’s most popular farces, LEND ME A TENOR starts naturally enough: the Cleveland Opera will highlight this season with one performance by world-famous Tito Merelli-simply everyone will be there. However, Tito shows up with personal reasons to be upset…
May 2 – 5, May 9 – 12, 2019
Man of LaMancha
An outstanding musical with four Broadway revivals, La Mancha takes us with Don Quixote on his quest to right all the wrong in the world. At once funny and dangerous, this old knight travels the plains of Spain encountering prisoners, thieves, and murders but he does so with such innocent…
Happy “100” Bay City Players! You were our 1st date together and we have been faithful Players, season ticket holders ever since,28 years later! Looking forward too many more years together at the Bay City Players.
By doing season tickets it makes us have a night out.
I keep coming back to Players year after year as a season ticket holder because of the quality of the performances, it is so satisfying to see the talent that is so prevalent in this area. Acting, Directing, Musicians, all the components that “Players” represent. Our community is truly blessed to have this showcase
On March 16th ,1962 Sue Faulconer and I enjoyed our first date at Bay City Players. I wanted to impress her and it worked. We have been married for 50 years in 2016. We come every season and enjoy it very much. Thanks for the memories (our first show was Kiss me Kate).