The Revolutionists by By Lauren Gunderson directed by Jennifer Van Iderstyne will continue Schenectady Civic Players’ 95th season in March. SCP is proud to present this story, inspired by real women of the French Revolution, to celebrate Women’s History Month. 

Performance dates are Friday–Sunday (March 17–19) and Wednesday–Sunday (March 22–26). Friday and Saturday curtains are at 8 pm, Wednesday and Thursday curtains are at 7:30 pm, and Sundays are matinees only at 2:30 pm. All tickets are $25. Tickets are available online through the SCP website, by phone, or at the door for any performance. Call 518-382-2081 or visit for more information.

The Revolutionists – By Lauren Gunderson

Four beautiful, badass women lose their heads in this irreverent girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. Playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, former queen (and fan of ribbons) Marie Antoinette, and Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle hang out, murder Marat, and try to beat back the extremist insanity in 1793 Paris. This grand and dream-tweaked comedy is about violence and legacy, art and activism, feminism and terrorism, compatriots and chosen sisters, and how we actually go about changing the world. It’s a true story. Or total fiction. Or a play about a play. Or a raucous resurrection…that ends in a song and a scaffold.


Laura Darling as Olympe de Gouges

Jennifer Lefsyk as Charlotte Corday

Kelly Sienkiewicz as Marie Antoinette

and Monet Thompson-Young as Marianne Angelle

Current Covid Protocol:

At this time, Schenectady Civic Players is encouraging mask usage but it will not be required. Please note that this policy may change due to any change in transmission rates. We continue to follow local, state, and federal guidelines as they are revised. We appreciate your patience and flexibility as we continually adapt to keep our patrons safe and comfortable. 

Coming Up at the Playhouse:


By Donald Margulies

Directed by Sky Vogel

May 12-14 & 17-21, 2023

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