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Baldwin Players

The Baldwin Players have been presenting theatrical productions at ABAC since 1933. This performance group provides an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, and community members to experience and enjoy live theatre. Selections range from classic Shakespeare to modern Broadway and allow ABAC students to learn, expand, and utilize performance skills while bringing dramatic literature to life. The Baldwin Players provide an enriching experience for the performers and the audiences well as an artistic and cultural opportunity for Tifton and ABAC. All Baldwin Players performances are held in Howard Auditorium on the Tifton Campus and require the purchase of a ticket.

Upcoming Events 

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'Til Beth Do Us Part

October 26, 26, 28, 2023 
7:00 P.M.
Howard Auditorium, Tifton Main Campus

‘Til Beth Do Us Part, by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten, is a very funny play about marriage. The Haydens are struggling to balance careers and homelife. With the assistance of Beth hired to assist Suzannah Hayden, they seem to start finding their way, that is until Beth decides she wants to improve her own situation – at the cost of the Hayden’s careers and their marriage! To save the marriage, Gibby Hayden turns to his wife’s best friend and her ex-husband for help. This dialogue will keep the audience in stitches and a story that rings true with the people we see in our own lives combine to wring every laugh and every emotion out of this delightful story.

$10 Adult

$5 Youth



The Baldwin Players: Never Runs Smooth... Shakespeare on Love

March 28, 29, 30, 2024 
7:00 P.M.
Howard Auditorium, Tifton Main Campus

The original play Never Runs Smooth ... Shakespeare on Love was written by Dr. Brian Ray. This play let us look, in a focussed way, at the many ways that Love is seen in the plays of Shakespeare. We join 4 couples who gather to explore the theme of Love in Shakespeare's plays as they explore several scenes and discuss what they reveal about love. In the end, they all have a "new" outlook on Love. It's a play filled with some corny humor and happy, and maybe a little sappy, relationship stories. What we come away with at the end of it all, is that perhaps Shakespeare was right - the course of true love never does run smooth.

Past Events

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