The Daytime Players, a troupe of local actors who perform at senior luncheons, assisted living sites, and various daytime gatherings, will cap their 2004/2005 season with two weekend performances of “The Daytime Players Make a Scene” at Schoolhouse Arts Center on Sat., May 14 at 7:30 p.m. and Sun., May 15 at 2 p.m.

The show is a sampling of short, comedic scenes by Neil Simon, James Thurber, and various senior citizen playwrights.

The Daytime Players, although originally organized by seniors for seniors, are actors of all ages. Their name originates from their choice to both rehearse and perform primarily during the daytime. Their short but lively performances easily fit into a lunch gathering or meeting.

Featured performers include Pat Levasseur and Jerry Walker of Standish, Christine Molloy and Rick Albert of Harrison, and Lonnie Wescott, Kristi MacKinnon, and Gayle Clarke of Windham. Tickets for “The Daytime Players Make a Scene” are $5 for seniors and students and $7 for adults. Box office opens one hour before the performance. No phone reservations. Schoolhouse Arts Center is located at the intersection of routes 35 and 114 in Sebago Lake Village.