Second Street Players
Milford, Delaware
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Our 2016 Main Stage Season...
Riverfront Theater
Second Street Players /  Riverfront Theater  /  2 South Walnut St. /  Milford, DE 19963
Mail to: PO Box 470 Milford, DE 19963 / Tickets: (800) 838-3006  /
Second Street Players is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on
directed by THOM HARRIS
directed by MARK DISSINGER
directed by GUY & TAMMY CRAWFORD
directed by STEVE TWILLEY
directed by DON LONSKI
SSP is Seeking Directors for the Upcoming 2017 Season

Second Street Players are seeking directors for the upcoming 2017 season. If you are interested in directing any shows for the 2017 season please submit a letter of intent to Josh Gross at no later than August 31st. Any submissions after that date will not be considered. The 2017 Season includes five Main Stage shows and three Children's Theater shows.


The Sunshine Boys
by Neil Simon. FEB 10-11-12, 17-18-19
Al and Willie as “Lewis and Clark” were top billed vaudevillians for over forty years. Now they aren’t even speaking. When CBS requests them for a “History of Comedy” retrospective, a grudging reunion brings the two back together, along with a flood of memories, miseries, and laughs.

Nunsense A-AMEN!
by Dan Goggin. MAY 5-6-7, 12-13-14
Basically the original Nunsense show with all of the characters being portrayed by men. Think of it as “Mrs. Doubtfire enters the convent.” Productions have boasted such stars as Arte Johnson from “Laugh-In” as Mother Superior and Olympic champion Greg Louganis as Sister Robert Anne. A whole new layer of comedy surfaces with lines like, “The guys in the old neighborhood still can’t believe I became a nun!”

by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. JUL 28-29-30, AUG 4-5-6
Here is Rydell High’s senior class of 1959: duck tailed, hot rodding “Burger Palace Boys” and their gum-snapping, hip-shaking “Pink Ladies” in bobby sox and pedal pushers, evoking the look and sound of the 1950’s in this rollicking musical. Head “greaser Danny Zuko and new (good) girl Sandy Dumbrowski try to relive the high romance of their “Summer Nights” as the rest of the gang sings and dances its way through such songs as “Greased Lightnin”, Its’s Raining on Prom Night”, and “Alone at the Drive-In Movie”, An eight year run on Broadway and two subsequent revivals along with innumerable school and community productions place Grease among the world’s most popular musicals.

The Canterville Ghost
by Pat Cook. Sept 15-16-17, 22-23-24
Hiram and Lucy Otis can’t wait to move into their pastoral English manor house.. just as soon as the ghost moves out. That’s right, Canterville Hall comes complete with a howling, green ghoul, but only if Sir Simon (the ghost) can remember to bring the green mist with him. This classic Oscar Wilde tale spins the Otis family through a maze of dithering maids, blustering bosses and an English realtor who’s always looking for a free lunch. The mystery unfolds amid flashes of thunder and disappearing guests. Only when the Otises can figure out the curse of Canterville Hall can Sir Simon rest in peace. A play with lots of human comedy and just a touch of sentiment.

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production Of A Christmas Carol
by David Mcgillivray and Walter Zerlin Jr. NOV 24-25-26, DEC 1-2-3
In a festive mood, the ladies of the Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society mount another assault on the classics with their stage version of  A Christmas Carol. They enthusiastically portray a dizzy array of characters from the Dickensian favorite (and a few which aren’t), engineer some novel audience participation while bravely contending with an intrusive PA system and, in a real Farndale first, rap their vocal cords and feet around two original, show stopping songs.


The Adventures of Robin Hood
by Michele L. Vacca. MAR 10-11-12
Robin and his Merrie Band are looking for an opportunity to perform their usual daring, dashing deeds in their customary fun-loving fashion. When they encounter Alfred the Saxon, who alerts them that the nasty and nefarious Sheriff is about to collect taxes (again!) in the nearby village of Edwinstowe, they immediately don disguises (they are very fond of disguises!), and dash into town. After a series of clever ploys, the Sheriff is temporarily foiled, and the Merrie Band retires to Sherwood Forest to await his inevitable pursuit.

The Never Ending Story
by Adapted by David S. Craig. Based upon the novel by Michael Ende. JUN 2-3-4
Told with all the thrills of a classic adventure, the story begins with Bastian, a lonely boy, who stumbles into a curious bookshop where he discovers a curious book—The Never ending Story. Bastian hides in the attic of his school and begins to read, and a huge adventure surges into life. Fantastica, a land of stories, is being destroyed by the Nothing. The Childlike Empress has chosen Atreyu, a young hunter, to be the Hero of the Great Quest. Atreyu, an orphan, is an unlikely choice, but he accepts and, with his horse and companion, Artax, rides to face the menace.

Dorothy In Wonderland
by By Brian D. Taylor. OCT 6-7-8
The worlds of Oz and Wonderland collide in this fantastically fun romp, cleverly and carefully adapted from the works of L. Frank Baum and Lewis Carroll.  Dorothy Gale has made her way to the end of the Yellow Brick Road, and the wonderful Wizard of Oz is just about to help her get back home to Kansas.  But before she can hop into the wizard’s balloon, another whirlwind appears over the Emerald City, sweeping Dorothy, Toto, Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion away to Wonderland.  Equipped with their new assets — brains, heart and courage — Dorothy’s friends try to help her find her way home, meeting many other interesting characters along the way, including Alice, the White Rabbit, Mad Hatter, March Hare, the Cheshire Cat and many more.

Second Street Players in collaboration with the Abbott's Mill Nature Center in Milford is looking to present
"Shakespeare in the Park" during the summer of 2017 and is seeking a director for the project. If interested and would like more information about this project as it become available please send an email to Josh Gross at
FRI 7p - SAT 7p - SUN 1p
Our Next Children's Theater Presentation...
Holiday Show AUDITIONS...
Director Don Lonski has announced open audition dates
for Second Street Players' Holiday 2016 show
Charles Dickens' A CHRISTMAS CAROL.

Sunday, SEP 25 at 2:00p & Tuesday, SEP 27 at 7:00p
(Show dates: NOV 25-26-27 & DEC 2-3-4)

Auditions held at SSP's Riverfront Theater in downtown Milford, DE
Cast requirements include ages 8 through adult.
Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.
Questions? Email Don Lonski at