Site Updated: April
Volunteers Needed!!! Ushers, Tickets, Etc!!!
Please contact Thiry Olbrich
Stone Arch Players 2012-2013 Community Theater Season:
"Born Yesterday" Nov. 2012
"Who’s In Bed with the Butler?” Feb-Mar.
Also, a special
tribute to performances over the past
45 Years created by Colette Hartzler!!!!
1967, the Stone Arch Players of Lewistown, Pa. have been entertaining audiences
in central Pennsylvania with a diverse offering of popular and
critically-acclaimed theatrical productions.
"Cactus Flower," "See How They Run," "The Odd
Couple," "Steel Magnolias," "Deathtrap,"
"The Boys Next Door," "Bus Stop" and "Nunsense" are among the many comedies, dramas,
mysteries and musicals presented by the Stone Arch Players over the
marks 30 Years at our current location!!!!!***
as the Mask and Wig Community Theater, the troupe later renamed itself
after the Stone Arch Bridge, a local historical landmark which became
part of the group's emblem.
The Stone Arch Players stage major productions every fall, winter and
spring. Eight performances of each show are presented in the 110-seat
Theatre-in-the-Park in Derry Township Community Park with ample free
parking. Tickets are modestly priced and we welcome group sales.
a non-profit organization, the Stone Arch Players would not flourish without
the financial support of generous patrons. For their tax deductible
contributions, each patron receives six complimentary tickets that can
be used throughout the theatrical season. Patrons may also make advance
reservations for choice seating. To learn more about supporting the
Stone Arch Players, please go to the About Us
Stone Arch Players have thrived since 1967 thanks to the efforts of
dedicated members of the community who volunteer their time and talents
in creating the best theatrical entertainment possible. Although the
actors are the most visible members of a community theater, a
successful show also involves many other people working behind the
Everyone's contribution is equally important, whether it be building
sets, selling tickets, ushering, setting props, running lights and
sound, directing, stage managing, producing, costuming, or doing
If you are interested in any aspect of theater and would like information
on how to join the Stone Arch Players, simply contact us by email or our mailing address listed
on the Contact Us page.