+ Plymouth Harbor Players are smokin’ after 28 years
It may be a little different from Broadway, but the Plymouth Harbor Players have struck gold with their latest on-stage production, “The Stash on the 17th Floor.”
For the past five years, Don Wallace has written and directed plays for which fellow Plymouth Harbor residents can audition. Wallace started honing his writing talents in the 1950s, when he wrote for shows such as “The Edge of Night,” “One Life to Live” and “All My Children.” He shares this creative skill and love for a good storyline each year with a fun and timely play, which is always set on the 17th floor of the fictional Puritan Cove.
After their Feb. 25 and Feb. 26 performances of “The Stash on the 17th Floor,” cast members sat down for an Inside the Actors Studio interview March 4 with Plymouth Harbor President and CEO Harry Hobson. Active for more than 28 years, the Plymouth Harbor Players see no end in sight and look forward to next year’s play.