No. It is encouraged that you get involved in either acting, or one of the many other areas in the club that needs assistance, such as backstage management, light and sound booth, costumes, script review, or even directing. But you are not required to be on stage.
Players are expected to be gentlemen, respectful of each other and all guests. It is a club steeped in traditions, so all members are required to attend “frolics” and any Players’ public events in black tie and evening attire.
Yes, Players now has a reciprocal club agreement with a number of fine private and semi-private clubs in cities such as Dallas, Delray Beach, Houston, Los Angeles, Lisbon, London, and Paris.
We even have our own Yacht club with admission privileges at a number of yacht clubs throughout the United States. The terms of admission vary with each club. Many have overnight lodging facilities. For more information, a brochure is available in the office or by contacting the club liaison.
For Invitational: Contacting the Players Office (313-259-3385) is the best thing to do if there are any special requests. Otherwise, placing an email request through the website will get you a response through an email or a phone call to confirm your order.
If you have never been here before and want to attend a frolic, contact the office to arrange a conversation about potential membership.
Guests should always wear business attire (dark suit and tie). If ladies are attending an Invitational, they may wear business attire such as a suit or conservative dress. Or they may choose a formal. But it is the responsibility of the inviting Player or event coordinator to make sure that their guests are dressed appropriately. No one likes to be embarrassed at the door for a dress faux pas!