Come Check Out “Boyd’s Droyds”

Come Check Out “Boyd’s Droyds”

The Cedar Springs Community Players and Dave Schmuker invite you to come and see our 2023 fall play “Boyd’s Droyds”. Directed by one of our own local playwrights, this Sci-fi comedy is a cautionary tale about the dangers of artificial intelligence and the pitfalls of looking for love in the modern age. Max Boyd’s motto is ‘give the people what they want’. He gives them robots that look, talk, and act just like real people. Max doesn’t concern himself with what the robots want though. Good thing there are safeguards in place to keep them in line…

Held in Cedar Springs’ historic Kent Theatre, you can attend evening performances at 7:30PM on October 20th and 21st, with a 3:00PM matinee show on October 22nd. Tickets will be $15 at the door, or $6 for students under 18. You can purchase tickets in advance for $12 at the Cedar Springs Library.

Friday, Oct. 20

Saturday, Oct. 21

Sunday, Oct. 22

"Boyd's Droids" written and directed by Dave Schmuker
The Cedar Springs Community Players present: “Boyd’s Droyds”
2023 Children’s Summer Production

2023 Children’s Summer Production

Come join us in the Kent Theatre at the end of the month as our children proudly perform “James and the Giant Peach JR.”. You don’t want to miss this cast as they go on a classic Roald Dahl adventure. James and his insect friends take an amazing journey across the ocean.

Showtimes include:

  • Evening performances at 7:00PM on Friday July 28th and Saturday July 29th
  • Matinee performances at 3:00PM on Saturday July 29th and Sunday July 30th

Tickets at the door are $12 for adults and $6 for students. They can also be purchased in advance at the Cedar Springs Library.

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Children's Summer Production Poster

UP NEXT: War of the Worlds

Join us October 20-21, 2017 for a special presentation of “War of the Worlds”

This Readers’ Theatre radio-style performance, based on the famous 1938 radio drama that rocked the nation, is just in time for Halloween – one week before its 79th anniversary.

Aired as an episode in The Mercury Theatre On the Air series on the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network, Orson Welles narrated a story of alien invasion and chaos in such a convincing way that it sparked outrage across the country.  The play re-tells the story found in H.G. Wells’ novel in the format of news bulletins interrupting the regular programming as if the action was happening in real time.


Show Dates: October 20-21

Friday & Saturday at 7:30pm and Saturday at 5pm

Tickets will be $10 at the door and are also available in advance at the Cedar Springs Library