Tater Patch Players Theater
95 Philadelphia Lane, P.O. Box 267 ~ Jasper, GA 30143
Week of 1/31/2014
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Tater Patch Players is a community theater group that has been peforming for 30 years.
Please be a part of our troupe, as an actor, a stagehand, a photographer, a musician, or audience.
Theater is located behind Walmart off of Old Philadelphia Road.
|NEWS & PRESS RELEASES|
Tater Patch Players is proud to announce the cast and crew for their upcoming production of "Jellofish", written by Jim Henry. CAST Billy Diamatti...
Tater Patch Players show, The Cemetery Club by Ivan Menchell, is now open! The Cemetery Club has all the ingredients for a splendid comedy with som...
The cast and crew of the next show The Cemetery Club by Ivan Menschell, is very hard at work. They're almost ready to present this marvelous play, ...
The Cemetery Club by Ivan Menchell
Our next play, The Cemetery Club by Ivan Menchell, is a dramedy about three Jewish widows who meet once a month for tea before going to visit their hu...
Rehearsals are reaching their final stages for Sex Please, We're Sixty, written by Michael E Parker and Susan Parker. This rip-roaring comed...
Tater Patch Players continues it's spirited return by beginning rehearsals for Sex Please, We're Sixty by Michael Parker and Susan Parker. This farci...
Tater Patch Players will be holding auditions for their upcoming production of "Sex Please, We're Sixty". As you can guess from the title, this is a ...
'A Funny Little Thing Called Love' Through May 23rd
Tater Patch Players is back in full swing with their upcoming comedy romp 'A Funny Little Thing Called Love' by the comedy writing trio of Jones, Hope...
Opening night is March 5th - ALL Seats $10
The Tater Patch Players have unfinished business. The Aurelia Women's League Flower and Garden Gala Planning Committee was up and running. The hila...
The best laid plans of Tater Patch Players have gone dramatically awry. The theater had just begun to cope with the restrictions of COVID-19. They ...
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