Patrick Weaver, left, and Elizabeth Sullivan star in Seem-To-Be-Players' version of "Rapunzel."
Clara Kundin, 16, pauses for a moment during a Wednesday rehearsal for "The Diary of Anne Frank" at the Lawrence Arts Center. Kundin, a Free State High School sophomore who's playing the leading role in the show, enrolled in the Lawrence Virtual School this semester to accommodate her touring schedule for the Seem-To-Be Players production.
Jennifer Glenn won a Phoenix Award for Performing Arts. Glenn, an
actor, director, teacher and costume designer for the Seem-To-Be
Players, is pictured Tuesday in the Lawrence Arts Center theater,
Betsy Drake, who plays the Ghost of Dame Vander Speigel, hovers
over Willie Stein, who plays Dolph Heyliger in "The Legend of
Sleepy Hollow." Cast members rehearsed Wednesday at the Lawrence
Arts Center, 940 N.H., for this weekend's Seem-To-Be Players/City
Youth Theatre production of Washington Irving's thriller.
Kirsten Paludan, as Sacagawea, and Jerry Mitchell, as Lewis, are
shown in a publicity photo for an earlier Seem-To-Be Players'
production of "Bird Woman: The Story of Sacagawea." The troupe will
stage the musical play Friday and Saturday at the Lawrence Arts
The Seem-to-Be Players, seen rehearsing for a performance of
"American Tall Tales," will celebrate their 30th anniversary this
weekend at the Lawrence Arts Center with past and present players.
"The Seven Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor" will be presented by the
Seem-To-Be Players at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Saturday and 1:30
p.m. Sept. 29 at the Lawrence Arts Center, 940 N.H.
"The Adventures of Stuart Little" will be presented by the
Seem-To-Be Players at 1:30 p.m today at the Lawrence Arts Center,
940 Mass. Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for children and senior
Chris Waugh, left, plays a Yankee named Simple and Piaf
Latham-Winter-Green portrays Mercy Otis Warren, a Revolutionary
War-era pamphlet writer, in the play "The Boston Tea Party." The
play will be presented by the Seem-To-Be Players today and Sunday.
Jeanne Averill and Ric Averill are among those who will be
performing at Saturday's "The River City Revue." The fund-raiser
benefits The Seem-To-Be-Players, Lawrence's children's theater
company. The company was co-founded by the Averills.
Ric Averill performs in the early days of the Seem-To-Be Players.
Ric Averill performs in the early days of the Seem-To-Be Players. At left is his wife, Jeanne Averill.
Seem-To-Be Players perform "Feast of Clowns." Pictured are, from left, Heather Laird, Ric Averill, Jeanne Averill, Charles Higgenson and Jeff Dearinger.
A group of Seem-To-Be Players pose for a photo.
Jeff Tamblyn, left, and Jeff Dearinger perform in the early days of the Seem-To-Be Players.