Brigantine Lighthouse Players


An Evening of One Acts

APRIL 8 - 9

New works from local emerging playwrights Tom Chin, Sam Sardina, and Ed Shakespeare.

Much Ado About Nothing



AUGUST 27 - 28

South Jersey Players and Lighthouse Players will partner to present Marlene May's musical adaptation of Grimm's fairy tale.

NOVEMBER 11 - 13, 2022

Before the holiday madness sets in, join us for an evening of comedy, i.e. the Laughter, followed by a muscial set of fan favorites,

i.e. the Lyrics.  

No reservations necessary.

Hello world


Night Watch


Last of the Red Hot Lovers

The Odd Couple (Female Version)

Love Letters


Twelfth Night

Shakespeare Unabridged

Vaudeville Revue

Chinese Hot Pot

An Evening of One Acts


Lighthouse Players' Cast Family

(in alphabetical order)

Lea Alton

Don Bauman

Ed Blansche

Julian Bliss

Brady Bock

Randy Bock

Gene Bozzi

Rachael Brenner

Tom Chin

Joe Chialastri

Chris Chiong

Erin Coffman

Michaelle Cooke

Joe Conte

Corey Critelli

Jasmine Cruzado

Ryan Daly

Joshua Devore

Dana Domenico

Maryanne Franz

Jamie Fredrickson

Dayle Friedman

Sheeva Gallagher

Ken Groome

Andy Halliday, Jr.

Shanon Halliday

Scott Higbee

Kira Hyde

Ken Kadar

Bette Kaminsky

Tim Koob

Mary Kovach

Grey LeCuyer

Robert Losasso

Susan Lothian

Wendy Lohs

Ahmad Marshall

Stevie Mathios

Vanessa Matos

Lorraine McCarty

Rich McMahan

Christian Milazzo

Edward Monterosso

Cormac Morrissey

Jen Moskovitz

Thayer Noble

Lisandro Paredes

Judy Privetera-Parish

Carmelo Polisano

Sheila Rosen

Sam Sardina

Jamie Satz

Ed Shakespeare

Debra Share

Donn Shearer

Rae Sheets

Jennifer Smith

Ken Snyder

Fred Spiewak

Kathy Steel

Don Toal, Jr.

Lisa Toal

Leesa Toscano

Paul Utts

Donna Wac

Jamie Weinberg

Yamirah Williams

Ed Young


In March 2014 the Brigantine Cultural Arts Commission called for volunteers to assist in bringing live theatre to the Brigantine Community. Their production of Night Watch at the Community Education and Recreation Center that summer was a huge success.  Subsequently, a dedicated group of the Night Watch cast and crew asked permission to continue the Cultural Arts' efforts as a separate entity. With the blessings of Mary DeMarco and Joanne Price of the BCAC, a new board was formed, and Brigantine Lighthouse Players was born. 

Since then we have established ourselves as a 501(c)3 organization. We also relocated, thanks to John Scotland and the members of the Community Presbyterian Church, to the church's fellowship hall where we continue to perform.

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