The Lexington Players was founded in 1995 as the town’s only theater group. Over the years, we have expanded the numbers of our productions from two to four, including our summer show for children. We also provide periodic workshops including our recent session for New Directors. After a three month workshop, members plan, audition, cast, and direct one act plays for our season.

During the past 5 years, The Lexington Players has created the “Women’s Dance Ensemble” and YouthStage Summer Drama Program. Our Womens Dance Ensemble, which has produced 3 successful productions, is currently on creative hiatus but our YouthStage group continues to thrive.

If you have interest in any of our programs, contact Sal Jones at 781 910 8114.

TLP Staff

Sal Jones

Artistic Director
(781) 910.8114
sjones@lexingtonplayers.org

Julianne O'Connor

YOUTHStage Director
joconnor@lexingtonplayers.org

Robert Cook

YOUTHStage Music Director
rcook@lexingtonplayers.org

Awards and Recognition

2014

 

Doubt

Best Costume Design of a Play, (Nominee, DASH)

Spring Awakening

Best Supporting Actress (Nominee, EMACT)
Best Supporting Actor (Winner and Nominee, EMACT)
Outstanding Lighting Design (Nominee, EMACT)
Barbara Horrigan Outstanding Make up and Hair Design (Winner, EMACT)
Outstanding Costume Design (Winner, EMACT)
Outstanding Sound Design (Winner, EMACT)
Mary Guinan Award for Outstanding Scenery Design (Nominee, EMACT)
Barbara Harris Best Stage Manager Award (Winner, EMACT)
Adjudicators’ Special Award for Performance Excellence (Winner, EMACT)
Best Actor (Winner, EMACT)
Phillip Basset Best Ensemble Award (Winner, EMACT)
John Goodwill Best Director Award (Nominee, EMACT)
Outstanding Production (Winner, EMACT)

2013

 

RENT: School Edition

Best Youth Actress in a Musical, (Nominee, DASH)

2010

 

Ain’t Misbehavin’

Best Production (Nominee, EMACT)
Phillip Basset Ensemble Award (Nominee, EMACT)
Special Adjudicators’ Award for Excellence in Piano Accompaniment (Winner, EMACT)
Mary E. Guinan Set Design Award (Nominee, EMACT)
Outstanding Costume Design (Nominee, EMACT)
Excellence in Makeup Design (Nominee, EMACT)
Best Supporting Actor (Nominee, EMACT)
Best Supporting Actress (Nominee, EMACT)

2008

 

A Lesson Before Dying

Best Production (Nominee, EMACT)
Best Actor (Nominee, EMACT)
Mary E. Guinan Set Design Award (Nominee, EMACT)
Outstanding Costume Design (Nominee, EMACT)
Best Supporting Actor (Winner and Nominee, EMACT)

2007

 

Assassins

Best Director of a Musical (Winner, DASH)
Best Props Coordination of a Musical (Winner, DASH)

The Most Massive Woman Wins

Special Adjudicators’ Award for Notable Theatrical Risk Taking (Winner, EMACT)
Excellence in Makeup Design (Winner, EMACT)
Best Supporting Actress (Nominee, EMACT

2006

 

Good Boys

Special Adjudicators’ Award for Notable Theatrical Risk Taking (Winner, EMACT)
Best Supporting Actor (Nominee, EMACT)

2004

 

Steel Magnolias

Best Actress in a Play, (Nominee, DASH)

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Best Set Design and Set Dressing of a Play (Winner, DASH)
Best Sound Design of a Play (Nominee, DASH)
Best Lighting Design of a Play (Winner, DASH)
Best Prop Coordination of a Play (Winner, DASH)
Best Lead Actress of a Play (Winner, DASH)

Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me

Best Ensemble (Winner, EMACT)

 

UPCOMING EVENTS
  • Fri
    18
    Aug
    2017

    Who Will Sing for Lena? (NYC)

    7:30 pm
  • Sat
    19
    Aug
    2017

    Who Will Sing for Lena? (NYC)

    7:30 pm
  • Sun
    20
    Aug
    2017

    Who Will Sing for Lena? (NYC)

    7:30 pm
  • Mon
    21
    Aug
    2017

    Who Will Sing for Lena? (NYC)

    2:00 pm