Our History

Our History

Queen’s Players is a non-profit organization that has to be seen to be believed. As the oldest club on campus, we’ve been showing audiences a night to remember for over 100 years now.

A Queen’s Players show is more than just a show. It’s an experience.

We like to describe it as a cross between Saturday Night Live, a rock concert, waking up from a fever dream, drenched in sweat, comforted by the realization that you’ve awoken in the loving arms of Brendan Fraser, star of 1999’s “The Mummy”, and a kegger.

Our shows are an interactive blend between outrageous sketch comedy, electric musical performances, and the consumption of beer.

Seriously – a players show is not to be missed.

Three shows a year. Summer. Fall. Winter.

All proceeds from ticket sales go to charity, and at at the end of the day, supporting the community that allows these gooped up babies to be all they can be is what Queen’s Players is all about.

Shows are at The Mansion, and are open to anyone 19 years of age or older! (Sorry actual babies, you won’t let me order kids meals anymore? How does it feel when *YOU’RE* the one excluded?)

“Where shall we go? What shall we do?”

Queen’s Players