In my 3 experiences there, I can honestly say the common theme is family.
Geof Knight
The Dilworth Players is a "family" filled with unconditional love and support. To this day, I tell people all the time, "If I wasn't Jewish, that is where I would go to church- the people there are wonderful"
Mindy Goldstein

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Dilworth Players is a community theater outreach of Dilworth United Methodist Church. The ministry began in 2014 and has grown to include cast, crew, and musicians of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Dilworth Players put the “community” in community theater. Their mission is to create a warm and nurturing environment for celebrating our differences while producing community theater in harmony.

All are welcome. 25% of their proceeds from ticket sales each year go to support local non-profits such as The Relatives and Playing for Others. Past shows have included,  Godspell, Footloose, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Musicman, Hairspray, Sister Act. The players have been nominated for the BroadwayWorld Charlotte awards for Best Local Musical, Best Music Director, Best Director, Best Costumes, Best Choreographer and Best Actress.

To get involved or find out more contact dilworth.players@dilworthchurch.org

For our 2021 production, The Dilworth Players are proud to present:

Rodgers and Hammerstein's "A Grand Night for Singing"

 

November 5th and 6th at 8pm

Buy TicketsA Grand Night for Singing 

Being part of The Dilworth Players has given me the courage to step out of my comfort zone and experience being a part of a group that is so diverse, inclusive, joyful, thoughtful, fun, and exciting.
Cathy Lutes
The Dilworth Players bring people of different beliefs together in their love of performance. It is a warm and happy environment where people with a passion for theater come together to make something special.
Myers Busch