The UFT Players, the union’s drama committee, had two packed houses on Dec. 6 and 7 for their performances of “Rip Off,” an original musical love story set in New York City and Naples, Italy.
The UFT Players drew full houses to UFT headquarters in Manhattan for both of their performances of “Rip Off,” an original musical love story.
More than 80 UFT members, retirees, family and friends took part in the UFT Players' 20th Anniversary Celebration on June 1 at union headquarters.
More than 80 UFT members, retirees, family and friends celebrated the UFT Players’ 20th anniversary on June 1 at union headquarters in Manhattan, catching up with old friends and new, watching a highlight reel of their productions over the years and enjoying a meal and some impromptu performances.
Members and guests gathered at union headquarters in Manhattan on Oct. 28 for the group’s 13th annual Halloween Happening, two hours of improvisation, poetry and camaraderie.
The UFT Players and their guests gathered at union headquarters on Oct. 28 for their 13th annual Halloween Happening, two hours of improvisation, poetry, camaraderie and snacks.
A milestone and a loss. That could easily be the title of one of their original theater pieces: For the UFT Players, a group of retired educators who write and perform on stage annually, 2016 has brought both celebration and sorrow.
More than 70 theater goers — a full house — turned out for "Junk Junkies," the UFT Players' original play about hoarders, on April 16.
More than 70 people came out to the UFT headquarters in Manhattan on April 16 to see the UFT Players perform “Junk Junkies,” an original musical play about hoarders, conceived by Barbara Haspel and written by her, Milton Polsky, Tasha Paley, Allan Yasher and Warren Wyss.
Twenty members of the UFT Players slipped into their roles as passengers aboard a cruise ship in an original play — “Sail On, Seniors!” — that explored the problems and pleasures of senior life.