The Steeple Players theater group at First Congregational Church of Southington has performed socially-relevant musicals, dramas, and comedies for our congregation and community since 1998. We are a member ministry of the Board of Music & Arts, and welcome all interested people to participate either on stage or in a support capacity. We produce a minimum of two shows per year, challenging our audiences while providing first-class local entertainment. Our mission is to provide fellowship for our church family and outreach for our community. Please email us if you have any questions.
Thank you to all who came out to see Les Mis. It was an honor and a pleasure to perform for you, and we hope you enjoyed the play. We are grateful for all the new friends we made through this production, and wish all our cast, crew, and patrons a wonderful Thanksgiving and a very merry Christmas! Stay tuned for our upcoming shows.
These talented youth in our community came together to offer a fabulous production! Thank you to all who came out to see it. Read a review here.
Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Thank you to all who supported this production. It was a heart-warming reminder of the meaning of Christmas and a great way to get into the Christmas spirit!
Fiddler on the Roof
Thank you to the cast, crew, musicians and all involved with our recent production of Fiddler on the Roof. It was a fantastic show, and once again gave us the opportunity to reach out to our community with cooperation, friendship and the love of God. We also thank all who came to our performances! You were a wonderful audience!
May 2013 – Fiddler on the Roof
In February 2012, the talented youth of our church and community came together to create a powerful and energetic production of Godspell.
In November 2011, The Steeple Players offered Neil Simon’s comic modernization of the story of Job – God’s Favorite.
In May 2011 over 65 people from the church and the community came together to create our presentation of The Sound of Music.
We’ve also presented: You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown; Our Town; Working; Twelve Angry Jurors; A Christmas Carol; Cotton-Patch Gospel; It’s a Wonderful Life; and many, many others!