Rising Stars Summer Camp

Deadline Extended Until June 1st! We have spots still available for camp and the deadline for registration has been extended to June 1st. Like our Facebook Page and/or join our Facebook Group More »

Man of La Mancha (November 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20 2017)

Performances: November 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20 2017 Location: Sterling Middle School Written by Dale Wasserman Music by Mitch Leigh Lyrics by Joe Darion Original Production Staged by Albert Marre Originally Produced More »

What If — ? / What Then? A One-Act Festival (Sep 29, 30, Oct 1 2017)

Performances: September 29, 30, & October 1, 2017 Location: Sterling Middle School Artistic Director: Bob Rosenberg Producer: Gregg W. Carter CALL FOR DIRECTORS September 29-October 1, Sterling Playmakers will present a One-Act festival More »

42nd Street (July 28,29,30, August 4,5,6,11,12,13 2017)

Performances: July 28-30, August 4-6 and 11-13, 2017 Location: Theatre at Potomac Falls High School Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble Music by Harry Warren and Lyrics by Al Dubin Directed More »

Witness for the Prosecution (April 21,22,23,28,29,30 2017)

Performances: April 21,22,23,28,29,30 2017 Location: Seneca Ridge Middle School Produced by Andrew Lee Directed by Jen Lofquist Agatha Christie is at her http://medicines4all.com web-spinning best in this classic whodunit in three acts. Leonard More »

Director Application Due Date Extended

We have extended the due date for our Director Application due to conflicting information. Applications are now due on May 31, 2017. So, if you thought you missed your opportunity, now’s your chance to get your application submitted! 

Rising Stars Summer Camp

Deadline Extended Until June 1st!

We have spots still available for camp and the deadline for registration has been extended to June 1st. Like our Facebook Page and/or join our Facebook Group to keep up with news, learn about our staff and counselors, and more! You can also contact us at summercamp@sterlingplaymakers.com with any questions you may have!

Experience all the elements of theatre! Each child will have core classes on drama, dance, music, improv, and tech (lights, costumes, sets and more!), all of which help build stage presence and confidence for future auditions. They will also have the chance to explore different parts of theatre through electives like scene writing, stage combat, scene creation using tableaus, working with masks and much more. The classes will create performance pieces for the final showcase.

We have limited spots so don’t wait!

Register online until June 1st.

We will hold a camp meeting on Monday, June 5 from 6:45 PM-7:30 PM. This meeting will be at the Sterling Community Center in the multipurpose room, 120 Enterprise St, Sterling, VA 20164. This will give us a chance to collect final paperwork and meet the campers.


  • Individual Price: $400/first child and $350/additional child
    • Either full payment or a non-refundable deposit of $100 per child due by May 13 with the balance due by June 1.
  • Remaining balance due June 1
  • Scholarships applications are available with a $25 deposit due by May 13.

Payment may be made:

  • On-line
  • Or via mail to our postal address at: The Sterling Playmakers, P.O. Box 1611, Sterling, VA 20167

For more information email summercamp@sterlingplaymakers.com

Camp Paperwork:

Counselor and Volunteer Paperwork:

Cast Announcement: 42nd Street

The Sterling Playmakers is proud to announce the cast for its production of “42nd Street.” Thanks to all the talented people who came out to auditions. We’re looking forward to a phenomenal show.

The curtain opens on “42nd Street” July 28 with performances continuing July 29-30, August 4-6 and August 11-13.

Dorothy Brock, Broadway Star: Melanie Drummer
Peggy Sawyer, Hopeful Newcomer: Melissa Pieja (Understudy: Sarah Elizabeth Edwards)
Maggie Jones, Author: Krista Kiefski
Ann Reilly, Chorus Girl: Stacy Crickmer
Phyllis Dale, Chorus Girl: Jordan Lohmeyer
Lorraine Flemming, Chorus Girl: Nour Bahri
Gladys, Chorus Girl: Sarah Elizabeth Edwards
Wilma, Costume Manager: Deborah Sapolsku

Julian Marsh, Broadway Director: Tim Silk
Bert Barry, Author: Brian Clarke
Billy Lawlor, Juvenile Lead: Jimmy Collinson
Andy Lee, Dance Director: Ryan Phillips
Oscar, Rehearsal Pianist: Tim Smith
Mac, Stage Manager: Kevin Kellenberger
Pat Denning, Vaudeville Performer: Alex Bhargava
Abner Dillon, Investor: Bruce Burkley

Dance Captains: Tashina Harris, Maddie Saadan, Cat Thompson

Chorus Girls: Cheryl Bolt, Mariessa Burgess, Amelia Burkley, Shannon Burr, Caren Christiansen, Sydney Crutcher, Mary Francis Dini, Sally Flores, Stephanie Kellenberger, Maureen Longanecker, Olivia Miniuk, Susan Mosley, Katie Perry, Meg Roosma, Caroline Scarborough, Carly Megan Schaffer, Mary Shelton, Leecy Silk, Robyn Stafford, Rachel Veal, Melanie Walker, Karen Whitrock

Chorus Boys: Gregg Carter, Michael Carter, Joe Christian, Elliott Frye, Aidan Gogin, Ari Halvorsen, Chris Lang, Paul Shraga

There will also be a kids chorus performing before the show and during intermission. Auditions for this group will be held on Wednesday, May 24. Email 42ndStreet@sterlingplaymakers.com for details.

Producer: Gioia Albi
Consulting Producer: Kimberly Fry
Director: John L. Geddie
Assistant Director: R.C. Castaneda
Choreographer: Colleen Cheney
Music Director: Colin Taylor
Vocal Director: Tim Smith
Assistant Vocal Director: Deb Manion
Technical Director: Rick Dulik
Production Stage Manager: Helen Gernhardt
Costumes Manager: Heather Reed
Stage Manager: Patrick Fritz
Stunt Coordinator: Steve Schrader
Properties Manager: Aubry Fisher
Lighting Designer: Mari Casey
Sound Designer: Mallory DiBlasi
Hair & Makeup Designer: Jeannie Delisi
Publicity Manager: Jen Lofquist
House Manager: Jules Purdue
Box Office Managers: Mark Humphrey and Dellamarie Albi