The charming, funny, and original new musical, IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU, invites you to a wedding day that you'll never forget, where anything that can go wrong does, and love pops up in mysterious places. The bride is Jewish. The groom is Catholic. Her mother is a force of nature. His mother is a tempest in a cocktail shaker. And, when the bride's ex-boyfriend crashes the party, the perfect wedding starts to unravel faster than you can whistle "Here Comes the Bride!" It's up to the sister of the bride to turn a tangled mess into happily ever after in this musical comedy for anyone who ever had parents.

 

Performances are Thursday, Friday, & Saturday at 7:30pm with Sunday Matinees at 2pm.

 

Tickets are $22 for adults, and $11 for students (fees included). August 15 is Half Price Preview Thursday.

 

Tred Avon Players is sponsored in part by revenues from the Talbot County Arts Council,
which is funded by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council.

Upcoming Auditions

Auditions are scheduled for the Tred Avon Players’ production of Neil Simon’s Prisoner of Second Avenue on Sunday, July 21 and Monday, July 22 at 7 pm at the Oxford Community Center.

 

Production dates are October 24, 25, 26, 27 and November 1, 2 and 3.

 

The play will be directed by Ed Langrell and assistant directed by John “Perk” Perkinson. 

 

The cast will consist of two men and four women, ages 35 and up. Rehearsals start in August.  Auditionees will read from the script. All roles are open; no parts pre-cast. The Oxford Community Center is located at 200 Oxford Road, in Oxford. 

 

For more information, or if you are  unable to make either of the two audition dates, please notify the director prior to auditions at president@tredavonplayers.org, or by calling 410-310-5660 and leave a message. 

 

2019 Season

       

Many thanks to our patrons who purchased 2019 Season Tickets!

 

Season Ticket Sales closed for 2019 at the conclusion of our winter production, Four Weddings and an Elvis.

 

2020 Season tickets will go on sale in October 2019 with our fall production, The Prisoner of Second Avenue.

OUR NEW TICKETING SYSTEM

We are happy to introduce our new ticketing system from Vendini Inc.

Buying Single Tickets Online

Buying tickets online is the easiest way to get into your seats. Go to our website, tredavonplayers.org to purchase tickets, buy season passes at a discount, make a donation, or just join our mailing list.

There is a modest service charge for each single show ticket, $2 for a $20 ticket, and $1 for a $10 ticket. You can print the tickets at home, send them to your smart phone, or use will-call at the box office. Whichever option you choose, just come to the theater and go directly to check in. Give us your name or present your ticket for scanning and you can go to your seats.

Season Ticket Flex Passes

When you purchase a Season Ticket Flex Pass, you will receive an email notification and a receipt. The cost of one Season Flex Pass is $70 and there are no service charges. That saves you $18, almost the price of a ticket, and you will have priority seating! These passes will be on sale on our web site but they do expire after our last show of the season.

To redeem your flex passes yourself, click the "Get Tickets" link at tredavonplayers.org or from our Facebook page facebook.com/tredavonplayers.

Once you get to the event page and select your dates, enter your information and proceed to the purchase screen. Depending on your device, it may be slightly different, but look for the "Redeem Benefits", or "I am Redeeming Benefits". Select how many you wish to redeem and complete the transaction.

Call us on our Reservation Line

Call us at 410-226-0061. You can always make a reservation, but advance tickets will have priority seating. Season Ticket Flex Pass Holders, press 6, give us your name, which dates you wish to attend, and how many tickets to redeem. We will process it for you and send you an email confirmation. 

Email us at BoxOffice@tredavonplayers.org

Email us at BoxOffice@tredavonplayers.org with your name, which dates you wish to attend, and how many tickets to purchase or redeem. We will process it for you and send you an email confirmation.

Buy at the Door

You can always come to the theater the night of the show, and we will sell you tickets for that night, or you can redeem your Season Flex Passes for priority seating that night!

We are convinced that this new system will be a benefit to you. We hope you will agree!

Donate to Tred Avon Players

Tred Avon Players relies on financial support and volunteer efforts to help keep the theater operational. Ticket sales help defray the costs of productions, but having additional monies on hand is important to ensure funds are available to maintain other programs and general upkeep. Tred Avon Players is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization.

 

Please consider making a donation today!

The Tred Avon Players, Inc. (TAP) is a non-profit Maryland corporation, organized in 1982 to present plays and musicals at the Oxford Community Center, in Oxford Maryland. Since the first sold-out melodramas in August of that year, TAP has grown in community stature and artistic merit to present a mix of plays and musicals each year in one of the most beautiful towns on the Eastern Shore, for a growing, enthusiastic audience.

Our Mission is Simple

To motivate and train local volunteers in the theatrical arts and to present the best possible production of a wide variety of enjoyable shows. Although a number of our stage volunteers have professional experience, each one is an amateur - a lover of the stage!

 

 

Oxford Community Center – Home of the Tred Avon Players since 1982

In 1982 the Oxford School was slated for the wrecking ball. A group of local citizens decided that it might be salvageable as a community center. Among various justifications for the cause was the thought (put forward by the local Postmaster, Bill Tull) that the center would be a “good place to put on amateur shows and such.” The first melodramas used refrigerator crates for flats and tin cans for lighting instruments but the whole idea worked.

TAP is supported in part by grants from