With Shakespeare as their touchstone, inspiration, and most-produced playwright, the Montford Park Players adhere to the highest standards of professional theatre while inculcating the best values of community theatre. Their repertoire includes Shakespeare and his contemporaries, other classical authors, modern masterworks, and original scripts. Their productions are free to the public whenever possible, and the majority of their season is presented in an informal outdoor setting. The Montford Park Players encourage participation onstage, backstage, and in the audience by people of all ages and backgrounds, and celebrate diversity. They provide educational opportunities for developing artists, technicians, administrators, board members, and the community. They commit to clear communication and responsiveness, from artistic planning to financial management and governance, and tety cooperate as fully as possible with other theatre groups and civic organizations.

Visit the Hazel Robinson Amphitheater and see Shakespeare in the Park! Live Shakespeare and other great classics, free to attend, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings at 7:30 all Summer.

The Magnetic Theatre is proud to produce POTTY PEOPLE, created and performed by Zoey Laird. This incredibly versatile, spontaneous and charismatic performer will take audiences on a wild ride as she seamlessly shifts into one character after the next, all in the same run-down bathroom stall. Attendees beware – this material is not for the faint of heart.

Zoey developed POTTY PEOPLE while she was studying theatre in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The show made its debut at the 2019 Asheville Fringe Arts Festival, performed to delighted audiences at the Sly Grog Lounge. The Magnetic Theatre is thrilled to be hosting its reprisal and can’t wait to share the work of this captivating performer, while she is still gracing Asheville with her time and talent.

Synopsis:. Who needs a glory hole when you can break the fourth wall? In POTTY PEOPLE, Zoey Laird makes the personal public, and makes private time into a fun time for all. This one-woman show rotates a carousel of characters around the commode; her bathroom is plumb personality. Crazy's coming out one-way or another ...find out if the potty people flush!