Anna Maria Island Players Theatre

March 11, 2010

Island Players presents Catch Me if you Can.Anna Maria Island Players

The Island Players present, Catch Me If You Can by Jack Weinstock & Willie Gilbert on March 18-April4, 2010.

Over flowing with laughs, this whodunit is exciting from beginning to end.

The Island Players, Inc. is a non-profit community theatre housed in the historic Old Community House on Anna Maria Island at the corner of Gulf Drive and Pine Avenue.

From the Island Players Website:


“Founded in 1949, The Island Players, Inc. is an organization dedicated to providing artistic experiences for the communities of Anna Maria Island and its neighboring cities through the presentation of stage productions.
The Island Players is the oldest community theater in Manatee County.

To accomplish these goals, we present five performances each year between October and May of the following year. Recently, one of our presentations is during ArtsHOP, which is sponsored by Cultural Connections of Anna Maria Island.

The Island Players Theater has a long history on Anna Maria Island. The building, originally the home of the William H. Gillette family of Parrish, was brought by barge down the Manatee River and placed where it is now on the corner of Gulf Drive and Pine Avenue around 1912.”

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