About You Have the Right to Remain Dead

This audience-interactive who-done-it promises to keep you guessing all evening. Of course, all is not as it seems, but you will have a grand time unraveling the clues and sharing your "candidate for murder" with your fellow audience members.

Mason Community Players

Mason Community Players, Inc. was born in 1973. The group’s existence is the result of a challenge from a high school teacher to his students to find a need in the community and fill it. Five of those students approached the Mason City Council and asked for financial backing to begin a community theatre. They were granted that backing and the newly formed troupe presented The Music Man in September of that year. For five years, the group would receive funds to front a show from the city through Mason Parks and Recreation and then return any profits to that body after a production. In 1979, the group incorporated with non-profit 501c3 status and began a long history of financial independence. MCP has a long-standing tradition of presenting a major musical in the summer and dramatic productions in the fall and spring. The group has been pleased to present more than 120 productions and more than than 30 original musical revues and Readers’ Theatre productions. If you would ask us to describe our collective personality in a few words, we’d say that we like to stress our middle name. We are community; we serve the community; we stress community. We strive to present quality theatre balanced with a welcoming atmosphere that allows everyone in the community an opportunity to experience theatre. MCP is a proud member of ACT of Greater  Cincinnati, Inc. and the Ohio Community Theatre Association.

MCP currently performs in its new venue, the Mason Community Playhouse, located at 5529 Mason Road in Mason, OH.