Merry MAC Players

As a community theatre, it is our goal to provide quality entertainment, opportunity, education and enrichment. We depend on the resources and talents of our local community and hope you join us as we celebrate, promote and perform the dramatic arts. Come audition today!

 Martinsville Arts Council and

Merry MAC Players present


Once Upon a "Show" Time

our 2015 Drama Camp

June 8th-20th

Grades 3-12 (30 Camper Limit)

Performances: June 19th at 730pm & June 20th at 2pm and again at 730pm

Tickets will be available at the YMCA starting the first day of camp.


Performances are at the Depot, 210 N. Marion St Martinsville, IN 46151

Tickets - $7 Available at the Martinsville YMCA

2039 E. Morgan St Martinsville, IN 46151

or by calling the YMCA at (765) 342-6688

The Martinsville Arts Council & Merry MAC Players


The Diary of Anne Frank

Directed by Brent Wooldridge

Performance Dates:  August 7th-9th & 14th-16th
Friday & Saturday at 8:00 pm and Sunday at 2:30 pm

Tickets: $10 (If bought 24hrs before show) $12 at door (If available)
Please call the YMCA (765) 342-6688 or go in for more information.

"In this gripping new adaptation by Wendy Kesselman, from the original stage play by Goodrich and Hackett, newly discovered writings from the diary of Anne Frank, as well as survivor accounts, are interwoven to create a contemporary impassioned story of the lives of people persecuted under Nazi rule. This is an adaptation for a new generation able to confront the true horrors of the Holocaust. "Undeniably moving. It shatters the heart. The evening never lets us forget the inhuman darkness waiting to claim its incandescently human heroine." —NY Times. "An extraordinary theatrical adventure! Go and remember." —NY Post. "…new DIARY is chillingly honest about the Holocaust. Wendy Kesselman's work has restored the terror." —NY Daily News. "Wendy Kesselman's finely textured new DIARY tells a deeper story. A sensitive, stirring and thoroughly engaging new adaptation." —NY Newsday. "A powerful new version that moves the audience to gasp, then tears." —Associated Press. "One of the year's ten best." —Time Magazine.