Rabbit Sighting: Chenango County Players in production of “Harvey”

OXFORD – As Easter quickly approaches, children aren’t the only ones seeing rabbits. The NYS Veterans’ Home is currently being utilized for rehearsals by the Chenango Community Players (CCP) who are in production for the comedy, “Harvey.” “Harvey” is a Pulitzer Prize-winning play, turned hit movie, written by Mary Coyle Chase back in 1944. The comedy will be performed, with 1940’s style and delicate humor, at the Chenango Council of the Arts’ Martin W. Kappel Theater, April 20 and 21, in Norwich.



The Chenango Community Players are a non-profit, community-based volunteer theater group, committed to bringing high-quality performing arts to Chenango County. Located in Norwich, the CCP have been in existence for over 30 years. Recent productions include: “Annie,” directed by Gail Murphy; “Oliver,” directed by Mark Sands; and most recently, “The Sound of Music.”


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