Welcome to Union County Playmakers

What is UCP?

UCP is a community theatre based in Monroe, North Carolina that works in partnership with civic, business, social, and other arts based organizations.

The mission of Union County Playmakers is to provide opportunities for participation that enrich, inspire, and educate our community through theater arts.

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AUDITIONS for Abra-ca-Stab-ya

The Union County Playmakers will hold auditions for this season’s first Mystery Picnic Theater event on Tuesday, Aug. 30 at 6:30 p.m. at the Union County Community Arts Council office at 120 N. Main Street in Monroe. You may reserve a time at signupgenius.com or just show up. This rollicking mystery, Abra-ca-stab-ya!, will be held at the Treehouse Vineyards in Monroe Oct. 6 and 7. Joe McCourt is directing.

Smoke on the Mountain

September 23, 24, and 25
Central United Methodist Church, Monroe
Directed by Winston Sims, Smoke on the Mountain, is a much performed musical comedy set in a North Carolina Baptist Church in 1938. The play tells the story of a Saturday night Gospel sing and focuses on the traveling Sanders family, who have returned to performing after a hiatus. It features rousing bluegrass songs and familiar old hymns.


October 6 and 7
Treehouse Vineyards, Monroe
A magician is mysteriously murdered after returning to Mystic Lake, his hometown. Directed by Joe McCourt, the “international” cast will leave you guessing. This will be an evening of dining and theater in a lovely setting.

Information on auditions, times, and future developments can be found by following Union County Playmakers on Facebook or checking our website at www.unioncountyplaymakers.org MORE...

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PO Box 1382
Monroe, NC 28111-1382
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