St. Andrew’s Players

About the Players

The St. Andrew’s Players is the church’s preeminent theater group and is open to anyone interested in theater, be it on the stage or in the “back of the house.” Productions range from fully staged and costumed plays and musicals to partially staged readings of theatrical works or poetry. They are a mix of religious-based works and better-known shows; past productions include Noah (1972), The Importance of Being Earnest (1982), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1989), The Sound of Music (2012), as well as some staged readings and Broadway Revues.

Originally led by parishioner and award-winning local actress, June Hansen, this ministry celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2022, continuing our mission of “providing quality family entertainment and promoting self-expression, appreciation of the theatrical arts, and fellowship within both the St. Andrew’s and Arlington communities.”

Our productions offer a chance for budding actors of all ages, as well as opportunities for those who want to make the show come to life through stage management, set design and movement, and more. St. Andrew’s Players welcomes anyone – young and old alike – interested in being part of the ensemble or assisting in production to make our shows a success!

Performers from St. Andrews Players form a kick line in the church sanctuary.
cast members of the Wizard of Oz take a curtain call during dress rehearsal
Adults and kids perform onstage with the St. Andrews Players.