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Five Shows Planned For 65th Season of Williamsburg Players

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YORK-The Williamsburg Players will perform five shows during its upcoming 2022-2023 season. It will be the 65th season for Williamsburg Players.

Kicking off the season in September is a production of “12 Angry Men.” The show will run September 9 through September 25.

Other scheduled productions are: “Roald Dahl’s Matilda: The Musical” (November 4 through November 20); “84, Charing Cross Road” (January 20 through February 5, 2023); and “Ain’t Misbehavin’: The Fats Waller Musical Show” (March 17 through April 2, 2023). The season will conclude with performances of “The Spitfire Grill,” which will run from June 2 through June 18, 2023.

Williamsburg Players will also hold special showings of “A Christmas Carol” for the holidays. There will seven performances of the classic tale in December.

Williamsburg Players is located at 200 Hubbard Ln. For ticket information, visit www.williamsburgplayers.org.

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