The Moonlight Players (a non-profit organization), was founded by Jan Sheldon and Sara Ackers in the city of Clermont, FL. With a monetary birthday gift from Jan’s dad, the original Moonlight Players decided their first production would be The Sound of Music, directed by Jan and music directed by Sara. Other members involved in that very first play were Chris Walsh and Lee Matheny on light design, and Diana White and Bonny Rae on costume design. From then on, the Moonlight Players performed at a variety of places around the Clermont area, including South Lake High School’s auditorium, The Lakeridge Winery, The Mulberry Inn, and Jenkins Auditorium. Their love for theater remained strong and intact throughout all these venue changes, until the group finally found their home in 1999, an old car shop renovated into a theater over the years, and called it The Moonlight Warehouse Theater
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Our shows are sponsored in part by George Pérez. George is an internationally known award-winning comic book artist whose work has appeared in the pages of all the major comic book companies and other magazines. He’s been the subject of several printed retrospectives and biographies and is recognized as one of the true giants in his field. George is also a great lover of the theatre and performed in or directed several community theatre productions in New York before moving to Florida in 1995, where he lives with his wife, Carol Flynn, a fellow theatre lover and dance instructor specializing in ballroom and belly dance. George was so impressed by the Moonlight Players that he volunteered to design essay writers uk show artwork for the last several seasons. George returned to the stage to be in the Moonlight Players’ productions of Li’l Abner, The Mikado and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Thank you, George!
Listed below are the corporate sponsorship levels for individual Moonlight Players shows. If you would like to purchase one of these options, please e-mail email@example.com with the subject line "Sponsorship"
Corporate Presenter: $2000 (Limit - 1 Sponsor)
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Corporate Partner: $1000 (Limit - 2 Sponsors)
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Corporate Sponsor: $750 (Limit - 4 Sponsors)
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Corporate Sponsor: $500
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Corporate Benefactor: $250
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Moonlight offers two discount options for bulk ticket orders:
Our FLEX PASS is a pack of 8 tickets* to be used how you like: come see 8 different shows, bring 7 friends with you to one show, or anything in between! CLICK HERE to purchase the Flex Pass, then follow the instructions in this video on how to redeem your ticket discount when purchasing the individual tickets to our show(s).
Moonlight Players also offer group rate discount for parties of 15 or more. Great for student groups, the group rate offer $2 off the face value of every ticket. Please call our box office message line or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about group rate purchases.
The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society Production of ‘Macbeth’,by Shakespeare, McGillivray, and Zerlin (2015) – COMEDY, SHAKESPEARE ADAPTATION
Directed by Brian Weissman, 9 performances March 13 - March 29, 2020
The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society ladies mount yet another assault on the classics with a startlingly original production of Macbeth staged to get them to the Welwyn Garden City Finals. Under the carefully mascara'd eye of adjudicator George Peach, all events conspire hilariously against them.
Directed by Caitlin Nicholas, 9-12 performances Apil 24 - May 17, 2020
What would you do if you had all eternity?
Eleven-year-old Winnie Foster yearns for a life of adventure beyond her white picket fence, but not until she becomes unexpectedly entwined with the Tuck Family does she get more than she could have imagined. When Winnie learns of the magic behind the Tuck’s unending youth, she must fight to protect their secret from those who would do anything for a chance at eternal life. As her adventure unfolds, Winnie faces an extraordinary choice: return to her life or continue with the Tucks on their infinite journey. Based on best-selling children’s classic by Natalie Babbitt.
Overdue Bills, by Tom Kline (2018) – LOCAL PLAYWRIGHT
Directed by Tom Kline, 6-9 performances June 5 - June 21, 2020
Set in 1984, 14 year old Cody Shields is about to start his summer vacation when he is grounded for the summerfor some overdue bills for some lost library books. As the summer progresses he and his grandfather, Bill Shields,pass the time playing checkers. And it turns out that everyone in the family has some overdue bills of their own that they have to deal with. Along the way Cody and his grandfather develop a bond, and Cody learns many life lessons from the old man.
The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde (1895) – PUBLIC DOMAIN, COMEDY
Directed by Dan Martin, 9 performances July 17 - Aug 2, 2020
John Worthing, a carefree young gentleman, is the inventor of a fictitious brother, “Ernest,” whose wicked ways afford John an excuse to leave his country home from time to time and journey to London, where he stays with his close friend and confidant, Algernon Moncrieff. Algernon has a cousin, Gwendolen Fairfax, with whom John is deeply in love. During his London sojourns, John, under the name Ernest, has won Gwendolen’s love, for she strongly desires to marry someone with the confidence-inspiring name of Ernest. But when he asks for Gwendolen’s hand from the formidable Lady Bracknell, John finds he must reveal he is a foundling who was left in a handbag at Victoria Station.
Returning to the country home where he lives with his ward Cecily Cardew and her governess Miss Prism, John finds that Algernon has also arrived under the identity of the nonexistent brother Ernest. Algernon falls madly in love with the beautiful Cecily, who has long been enamored of the mysterious, fascinating brother Ernest. With the arrival of Lady Bracknell and Gwendolen, chaos erupts. It is discovered that Miss Prism is the absentminded
nurse who twenty years ago misplaced the baby of Lady Bracknell’s brother in Victoria Station. Thus John, whose name is indeed Ernest, is Algernon’s elder brother, and the play ends with the two couples in a joyous embrace.
Nunsense is an internationally-acclaimed musical comedy and the second, longest-running Off-Broadway show in history. We are especially proud to host this popular production presented by our talented hometown community theater troupe, the Moonlight Players.
The show opens with the Little Sisters of Hoboken in dire need to raise money to bury sisters who were accidentally poisoned by Sister Julia, Child of God. The sisters decide to stage a variety show fundraiser, where we meet Reverend Mother Regina, a former circus performer; Sister Mary Leo, a wannabe ballerina and the delightfully wacky Sister Mary Amnesia, who lost her memory when a crucifix fell on her head.
Hilarious variety acts, tongue-in-cheek musical numbers, and help from the audience make for a show The New York Times calls, “a hail of fun and frolic.”
Come see this sinfully funny show, and support the debut of the Moonlight Players at the Clermont Performing Arts Center!
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