Traveling Players Ensemble

Public Performances


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All performances are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

August 5, 7:30 PM — The Comedy of Errors, Lenfest Center for the Arts, Adults $12, Seniors/Students $10, click here to purchase tickets

August 8, 7:30 PM — The Comedy of Errors, Kimball Theatre, Adults $12, Seniors/Students $10, $2 Discount per ticket for groups of 10 or more.  To reserve tickets, click here.

August 9, 7:00 PM — The Comedy of Errors, Pocahontas State Park

August 11, 5:00 PM — Troupe/Myths FestivalThe Madeira School, $10/ticket
– Atum’s Eye, Mythology Ensemble
– The Comedy of Errors
, Traveling Troupe

August 16, 1:00 PM — The Frog Prince, Barns of Rose Hill, $10/ticket. To reserve tickets, click here.

August 16, 7:30 PM — As You Like It, Skyland Resort, Peak View Stage

August 17, 11:30 AM — The Blue Monster, Herndon Farmers Market

August 17, 7:00 PM — The Forced Marriage, Arlington Central Library

August 17, 7:30 PM — As You Like It, Skyland Resort, Peak View Stage

August 18, 3:00 PM — Second Classical FestivalThe Madeira School, $10/ticket
– The Blue Monster, 
Middle School Ensemble
– The Forced Marriage, Middle School Ensemble
– As You Like It, High School Ensemble
– The Frog Prince, Commedia Troupe

August 19, 7:30 PM — The Frog Prince, Lime Kiln Amphitheater, $5/ticket in advance, $7 ticket at the door, free for children 3 and under, see website for tickets

August 20, 5:00 PM — The Frog Prince, Skyland Resort, Peak View Stage


Performance Details

The Comedy of Errors — In Shakespeare’s gleefully ridiculous Comedy of Errors, two pairs of identical twins dodge mistaken identities, irate wives, sinister moneylenders, dangerous Dukes, mysterious nuns, and the forces of the law in a ludicrous four-way identity crisis.

The Frog Prince — Traveling Players’ Commedia Troupe performs its own original adaptation of The Frog Prince.  The beloved tale of love overcoming appearances is re-imagined with masks, music, improvisation, acrobatics, slapstick, and irreverent comedy.

As You Like It — In Shakespeare’s delightful comedy, As You Like It, the characters venture into the woods – and return transformed. Faithful cousins and vengeful siblings, city clowns and country clowns, wooing lessons and wrestling matches, poetic trees and prosaic sheep, men, women, and women disguised as men, all tell this tale of how we find true love (and our true selves) in nature.

The Forced Marriage — 

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