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Carmel - Carmel Community Players

14299 Clay Terrace Boulevard, Suite 140
317-815-9387

Carmel Community Players is Carmel, Indiana's oldest and most prestigious community theater. Our home is the Carmel Community Playhouse at Clay Terrace located at  Carmel. CCP was founded in 1993 by a group of individuals interested in presenting live community theater in Carmel, Indiana. Its first production was Once Upon a Mattress.

Since 1993, CCP has presented more than 60 productions including plays and musicals. More than 1,500 individuals have either acted on stage or assisted with productions. And CCP has sold more than 100,000 tickets.

Today, CCP is ha...rdly recognizeable. It has moved from its old home at Studio 15 in the Carmel Arts District to Carmel's Clay Terrace outdoor mall. It is under new, dynamic leadership with people who have returned to CCP to help guides its future. CCP is committed to fiscal responsibility and is focused on serving as a well-respected and exemplary member of the greater Indianapolis theater and arts community. CCP is also focused on giving back to the local community by offering special savings to Community Heroes (military, police, fire & rescue) and to organizations wanting to provide those less fortunate with the opportunity to experience live theater.

Mission:

"Our mission is to provide quality live dramatic and musical entertainment presentations that expand and develop creative, cultural and educational opportunities for the entire community."



Reviews

RF De Stefano

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Friday, Oct. 27, 2017
CCP does great shows! I have enjoyed many there. Very good production values and costumes. I like the store front location too.

Jeremy Webner

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Thursday, Dec. 28, 2017
Great theater venue, great stage and feel.

Janet Hair

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Sunday, May 4, 2014
Went to see Lost in Yonkers today, loved the theater, the play, the actors, conveniently located and parking. Will definitely be back. Would recommend it to anyone, plus right in the shopping and restaurant area of Clay Terrace.

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