THE PARK HILL PLAYERS
The Park Hill Players was founded in 2016 with the express purpose of restoring to the PHRC its long and storied history of quality theatrical production. This history goes back to the club’s founding in 1894. The O’Brien family, long time Club members, was involved in many Broadway shows and helped sustain theater at the club for many years.
After nearly 40 years of dormancy, the club felt that there was a critical mass of actors and audience interest and The Park Hill Players were reborn. The curtains rose once again in March, 2017, with their inaugural production, Lend Me A Tenor. Since then, they have mounted productions of The Last Flapper and Four Weddings And An Elvis. Productions are planned to continue on a regular basis and everyone is invited to be a part of the show, either on-stage or behind the scenes.