Since its founding in 1946, Langhorne Players has produced hundreds of Plays Worth Talking About. This gallery represents shows from 1996 to the present. We also have a comprehensive list of shows from the company's inception.


Vanya and Sonya and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang

Red by John Logan

Good People by David Lindsay-Abaire

Speed-the-Plow by David Mamet

Breaking the Code by Hugh Whitemore


Miss Witherspoon by Christopher Durang

Beauty Queen of Leanne by Martin McDonagh

Wildest Dreams by Alan Ayckbourn

Bluebird by Simon Stephens

The Columnist by David Auburn


God of Carnage by Yazmina Reza 

Michael: Jimmy Perry; Veronica: Tami Feist; Alan: Tim Tolen; Annette: Stephanie Smith. Directed by DeLarme Landes.

The Kingfisher by William Douglas-Home 

Directed by Sheldon Zeff. Produced by Ken Junkins. Cast includes Hawkins: Scott Fishman, Evelyn: Gail Foulke, Cecil: Elliot Simmons.

Something Intangible by Bruce Graham

Directed by Elliot Simmons. Cast includes Dale Wiston: Nigel Rogers; Sonia Feldman: Kimberly Hess; Tony Wiston: Tim Kirk; Doc Bartelli: Joe Mattern; Leo Baxter: William McGuire; Gustav Von Meyerhoff: Sheldon Bruce Zeff.

33 Variations by Moisés Kaufman

Directed by Jack Bathke. Assistant Director: Kelly Lake. Cast includes: Katherine: Patricia Bartlett; Clara: Tami Feist; Mike: Aaron Wexler; Beethoven: Rupert Hinton; Gertie: Susan Blair; Schindler: Todd Gregoire; Diabelli: Ross Druker; Pianist: Susan den Outer.

Daughters by John Morgan Evans

Directed by Fran Kane. Cast includes Tessie: Kathleen Maher; Mom: Wendy Graham-Hugo; Patty Ann: Jillian Bosmann; Grandma: Giz Coughlin; Cetta: Lisa DeChristofaro.


Apartment 3A by Jeff Daniels

Cast: Fran Carroll as Dal, Jen Newby as Annie, Todd Gregoire as Donald, Jack Bathke as Elliott, Charles Gorman as Tony. Directed by Kate Fishman. Produced by Kathy Junkins.

By the Sea, By the Sea, By the Beautiful Sea by Pintauro, Wilson and McNally

Cast: Dawn by Joe Pintauro:Susan Fowler as Pat, Sara Stepnowski as Veronica, John Helmke as Quentin. Day by Lanford Wilson: John Helmke as Ace, Sara Stepnowski as Macy, Susan Fowler as Bill. Dusk by Terrence McNally: Sara Stepnowski as Dana, John Helmke as Willy, Susan Fowler as Marsha. Directed by Kathy Garofano. Produced by Heather MacHenry.

Our House by Theresa Rebeck

Cast: Jen Newby as Jennifer; Steve Lobis as Wes; Robert A. Norman as Stu; Greg Davis as Merv; Emily West as Alice; Coz Baldwin as Vince; Leann Wintermute as Grisby. Directed by Aaron Wexler. Produced by Ken Junkins.

100 Saints You Should Know by Kate Fodor

 Cast: Tami Feist as Theresa; Todd Gregoire as Matthew; Chelsea Klevan as Abby; Carole Mancini as Colleen; Cody Ayrers as Garrett. Directed by Jack Bathke. Produced by Jo Anne Pinto.

Rope by Patrick Hamilton

Cast: Nigel Rogers as Brandon; Greg Davis as Granillo; Aaron Wexler as Rupert; Angie Schlauch as Leila; Marie Maginity as Mrs. Debenham; Ken Marblestone as Sir Johnstone Kently; Stuart Myles as Sabot; and John Cherney as Raglan. Directed by Ken Junkins. Produced by Robert A. Norman.


Mauritius by Theresa Rebeck

Directed by Marie Maginity of Doylestown, and produced as well as stage managed by Tyler Winthrop of Holland. The cast includes Emily West (Jackie) of Morrisville; John Skanken-Kaye (Sterling) of Huntingdon Valley; Brian Kelly (Dennis) of Doylestown; Aaron Wexler (Philip) of Northeast Philadelphia; and Heather MacHenry (Mary) of Levittown. Photos by Mark Keefer unless noted.

Seascape by Edward Albee

Directed by Bernard DiCasimirro of Morrisville, PA and produced by Heather MacHenry of Levittown, PA. The cast includes Carole Mancini of Forest Grove, PA as Nancy; Joe Mattern of Bensalem, PA as Charlie; Nigel Rogers of Horsham, PA as Leslie and Jen Newby of Warminster, PA as Sarah. Michael Weinstein of Newtown, PA is stage manager; Ken Junkins of Morrisville, PA is set designer; Jack Bathke of Robbinsville, NJ is lighting designer; Barbara Simpson of Lumberton, NJ is costume designer; Timothy Kirk of Delran, NJ is light and sound operator. Photos by Liza Fisher Norman.

End Days by Deborah Zoe Laufer 

Directed by Kathy Junkins. Produced by Ken Junkins. Stage managed by Kate Fishman. Set design by Ken Junkins. Lighting design by Jack Bathke. The cast includes: John Pinto as Arthur; Laurie Hardy as Silvia; Dana Maginity as Rachel; Jon Zucker as Jesus/Stephen Hawking; and Kevin Durkin as Nelson. Photos by Liza Fisher Norman.

Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire 

Directed by Robert A. Norman. Produced by Charles Gorman. Set design by Ken Junkins. Lighting design by Jack Bathke. Stage managed by JoAnne Pinto. The cast includes: Kyla Mostello Donnelly as Becca; Aaron Wexler as Howie; Julia Wise as Izzy; Linda Palmarozza as Nat; and Tim Schumann as Jason. Photos by Liza Fisher Norman.

Showin' Off - A Benefit for Langhorne Players 

Performances and Performers Intro: David Rubinsohn; Pete and Jeannette Part I from Almost Maine: Eileen and Elliot Simmons; With One Look: Susan Fowler; “Who’s on First”: Bob Clothier and Joe Szumila; Shiksa Goddess: Matt Bookler; Scene from Sylvia, Part I: Jen Newby, Ken Marblestone, and Joe Mattern; Cuddle Up and Cling to Me: Leslie Jacobsen; All in the Timing: Matt Bookler and Shelli Pentimall Bookler; “Langhorne Players Update”: Hans Peters; “Welcome to Hell”: David Rubinsohn; You Can Always Count on Me: Abby Alexander; “Dating Hamlet”: Emily West; Dumpster: Shelli Pentimall Bookler; Scene from November: Robert A. Norman and John Pinto; Scene from Sylvia, Part II: Jen Newby, Ken Marblestone, and Joe Mattern; Lullaby of Broadway: Eileen Simmons; Pete and Jeannette Part II from Almost Maine: Eileen and Elliot Simmons; Showin’ Off Committee -- Charles Gorman, President of Langhorne Players; Liza Fisher Norman, Chair; Heather MacHenry and Jessie Schol, Directors; Carole Mancini, Producer; Kathy Junkins, Reception; Ken Junkins, Mill Artists; JoAnne Pinto, Mill Decor; Members: Bernard DiCasimirro, Leslie Meister, Robert A. Norman, Jimmy Perri, Lauren Perry, Alice Weber, John Weber, Aaron Wexler. Photos: Mark Keefer

The Tale of the Allergist's Wife by Charles Busch 

Directed by Pete Barsky. Produced by Hans Peters. The cast includes: Laurie Hardy as Marjorie; John Devennie as Ira; Lorie Baldwin as Lee; Jean Lausten as Frieda, and Hans Peters as Mohammed. Crew members include JoAnne Pinto (stage manager), Ken Junkins (set design), Arlene Kohler (costumes), and Stephanie Clayton (booth operator).


Writer's Block by Woody Allen

Cast: Scott Fishman of Newtown, PA as Jim and Max; Joe Pinto of Yardley, PA as Norman and Fred; Bonnie Kapenstein of Philadelphia as Barbara; Elaine Wallace of Flemington, NJ as Sheila; Tami Feist of Levittown, PA as Jenny; Lori Baldwin of Richboro, PA as Sandy; and Jon Zucker of Hatboro, PA as Hal. The play is directed by Michael Schwartz of Ridley Park, PA and produced by Marty Sherman of Blue Bell, PA.

Fiction by Steven DIEtz

Cast:  Giz Coughlin as Linda Waterman, Chuck Donnelly as Michael Waterman, and Jen Newby as Abby Drake. Fiction is directed by Kate Fishman and produced by Susan Fowler. Members of the crew include: Sarah Wyss-LeClair (stage manager), Ann Rudnick (lighting and sound designer), John Weber (lighting and sound technical director) as well as Jamie Bradley, Susan Fowler, Kate Fishman, Scott Fishman and Jen Newby (set designers and builders).

November by David Mamet

Cast:  Robert A. Norman of New Hope, PA as President Smith, John Pinto of Yardley, PA as Chief of Staff, James Palmer of Hatboro, PA as A Representative of the National Association of Turkey and Turkey By-Products Manufacturers, and Sarah LeClair of Warrington, PA as the President’s Speechwriter. Aaron Wexler of Philadelphia is the director and Ken Junkins of Yardley, PA is producer and set designer.

Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl

Cast:  Emily Murphy of Pottstown, PA as Eurydice; Patrick Albanesius of Hamilton, NJ as Orpheus; Hans Peters of Southampton, PA as Father to Eurydice; Zac Anderson of Morrisville, PA as A Nasty, Interesting Man and Lord of the Underworld; Dana Maginity of Doylestown, PA as Big Stone; Morgan Petronis of Delran, NJ as Little Stone; and Liane Golightly of Langhorne, PA as Loud Stone. The play is directed by Maurizio Giammarco of Northeast Philadelphia and produced by Heather MacHenry of Levittown, PA.

Orson's Shadow by Austin Pendelton


The Underpants by Carl Sternheim, adapt. by Steve Martin

Leann Wintermute, Charlie Leeder, Laurie Hardy, Aaron Wexler, Jon Zucker, Ron Green. Directed by Alice Weber

Three Tall Women by Edward Albee

Nikolette Adams, Elaine Wallace, Joy Orelmann, Julius Ferraro. Directed by Bernard DiCasimirro

Kimberly Akimbo by David Lindsay-Abaire

Barbara Katz, Mark Riley, Nicholas Creighton, Kathleen Kerns, Giz Coughlin. Directed by Michael Schwartz

Dangerous Corner by JB Priestly

Carol Thompson, Tami Feist, Jennifer Newby, Cat Miller, George Hartpence, Jules Ferraro, Bernard DiCasimirro. Directed by Aaron Wexler and Robert A. Norman

Darwin in Malibu by Crispin Whittell

Scott Fishman, Kristin Kauffman, Mark Mason, Ron Costello. Directed by Ken Junkins


Swimming in the Shadows

Memory of Water

The Busy World is Hushed

Dinner with Friends

String of Pearls


Glengarry Glen Ross

A Picassco


Recent Tragic Events

Tongue of a Bird


Collected Stories

True West

Rodney's Wife

Scotland Road

Anton in Show Business



Lonely Planet

Desperate Affection

Down the Road

Empty Plate at the Cafe Boeuf


Dirty Blonde by Claudia Shear

High Dive

The Laramie Project

Educating Rita

Sight Unseen


Laundry and Bourbon/Lonestar

Lobby Hero


Waverly Gallery

Picasso at Lapin Agile


Coyote on a Fence

Hard Feelings

Comic Potential


Elephant Man


Waiting for Mr. Greene

Fair Country

As Bees in Honey Drown

Painting Churches



Fit to be Tied

Finger Painting in a Murphy Bed

Painting Churches

Belmont Avenue Social Club

Triumph of Love


Cloud Tectonics

Italian-American Reconciliation

Water Children



Sister Rosenweig







You Should Be So Lucky

Patient A

Heaven on Earth


jon & jen


Wrong Turn at Lungfish

Two Rooms

Snowing at Delphi

The Old Boy

Flea in Her Ear