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The Little Mermaid:
A Family Pantomime

Mermaid Mariel falls in love with the handsome Prince Derek. But the evil Sea Witch Octavia wants the Prince herself so plots to use Mariel for her own wicked gain.

Future Productions

Recent Past Productions


By Willy Russell
Directed by Noah Morowitz
Produced by John Allnutt

“Tell me it’s not true, say it’s just a story…” so begins one of the most popular British musicals ever, the show that thrilled audiences in the West End for 24 years – over 10,000 performances. A noirish tale of twin brothers separated at birth, raised on opposite sides of the tracks and doomed to follow their destiny… a spirited satire of working-class life… a haunting folk opera filled with love and desire… This is Blood Brothers.

As You Like It

One of Shakespeare’s most beloved romantic comedies is transported to the Woodstock era as Rosalind decides to flee from her tyrannically uptight uncle to the Forest of Arden, where her free-spirited father has been banished, along with his band of hippie followers. Colorful country folk, comic and romantic complications, the cynical observations of Jaques (“All the world’s a stage.”) and Shakespeare’s poetry make for a richer mixture than your typical romcom. Folk and rock music popular in the 60s and 70s will be performed in place of songs from Shakespeare’s time.

Let’s All Go to the Music Hall
The British Players Online Music Hall

In the middle of the pandemic your friends at The British Players have an answer for you.  Our title song says it all – “Let’s All Go to the Music Hall”  (online). We assembled an amazing array of artists for your amazement and amusement.  There are a Cheeky Chappie, a Red Hot Mama, an acrobat, and a full complement of singers and entertainers with new versions of audience favorites from our treasure trove of material from Music Halls past. One thing is guaranteed – you have NEVER seen anything like this before.  And here’s hoping we will be off the virtual boards and back to performing for you in-person by the end of the year.

But until then:
REMEMBER as we sing in our opening number “there’s no entertainment like a good old Music Hall.”
POUR yourself a pint or a pitcher or a glass and imagine it has been brought to you by a lovely, saucy barmaid.
This show premiered on March 27, 2021 but you can watch it at any time by clicking on the button below.

HELP us to continue bringing British theater to life in the DC area by making a donation to the Players so we can pay our bills and bring you more plays, pantos, musicals and Music Halls in the future.