The Suffield Players, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit community theatre company founded in 1952, now housed in historic
Mapleton Hall in Suffield, CT. Reaching their 150th production, the group is committed to bringing quality theatre to
their audience. With a troupe of over 125 members, each season the company produces three main stage productions, a
holiday benefit, the New Faces program which gives aspiring actors a chance to perform, and three free staged readings at
Kent Memorial Library. In addition, The Suffield Players host a summer youth theatre camp and production through CT
Imagination Station. The group also awards annual scholarships, participates in community events, and provides educational
opportunities in all aspects of theatre. The Suffield Players work to a standard that is amateur in name only.
This just in:
Due to public concern about COVID-19, Mapleton Hall is closed. Events are being rescheduled
and will be announced here soon.
You can still donate to the
Give Your Heart to Mapleton Hall campaign. Just click the poster. The benefit show is available on YouTube--click here.
In Memoriam: Allen F. Nott February 5, 1964 - January 24, 2021
In honor of Allen F. Nott: actor, volunteer, and friend of The Suffield Players. Donations
in his memory can be made by clicking .
Scenes from recent shows
"Plots & Plans" Spring 2020 1:00
"I Hate Hamlet" Spring 2019 1:20
"Rock, Paper, and No Scissors" Summer 2020 11:35
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