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Join us for an evening of songs and stories that will remind you of your favorite holiday memories. The night will include famous holiday readings like Twas the Night Before Christmas and Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.  A multitude of Songs:  “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas”, “12 days of Christmas”, and “Silent Night” to name a few.  There will be Prizes to win, a sing-a-long and the warm feeling your get sitting in front of a crackling fire and watching the snow fall.  Directed by: James R. Kuhl and Music by: Michelle Divine, this one of a kind show is a great way to enjoy the holiday season with friends and family, while supporting Live, professional theatre, close to home!

Starring: Peter Prouty (Ebenezer), Sonja Marquis (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike), Kryssy Becker (Ordinary Days) and Nick Yocum (The Rainmaker)

Performances run Dec 18 – 27, 2014 all tickets are all $35

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Messages From the Other Side

Oct 4, 2014

Tickets on sale Sept 1 $85

Join psychic, Rachel Rains, as TPT hosts a fundraising event in the style of _The Long Island Medium_. It is an evening you won’t soon forget. Ms. Rains has been featured on 105.1 (Jim Harper & The Magic Morning Show). She also had appearances on 100.3 WNIC, Pyschic On Air CBS Radio, 93.1 WDRQ, Fox 2 News, and Channel 4 (WDIV).

 

 

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Love, Loss and What I Wore
by Nora and Delia Ephron
March 13-15, 2015

Back by Popular Demand!

A show about women and the clothes they wear!

In this heartfelt comedy by chick-flick favorites, Nora and Delia Ephron, clothing is used as a vehicle to access some of the most vulnerable moments in a woman’s life. Shopping for undergarments is transformed from a mortifying experience to a symbol of womanhood, a birthday outfit becomes a story of acceptance, and a bathrobe comes to embody the relationship between mother and daughter. Through a collection of monologues, the all female cast of “What I Wore” reminds us that what we wear flourishes more than our outfit; it accessorizes life’s most pivotal moments of love and loss.

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Ebenezer
by Joseph Zettelmaier

November 21 – December 31, 2013

In this Christmas carol, local Michigan playwright, Joseph Zettelmaier, fast-forwards 15 years after the immortal night featured in Dickens’ story. Ebenezer unveils what happened after the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future intervened in Ebenezer Scrooge’s life. Now a great humanitarian, Scrooge has changed the atmosphere of London by keeping many charities afloat with his generosity. But this Christmas Eve, Scrooge believes he is near death and is waiting for some unearthly visitors. Accompany Scrooge’s nurse, Miss Alice Poole, and his nephew, Tim Cratchet, as they bear witness to the dying moments of an incredible man and mystery in this modern tale of reinvention and hope.

Starring Hugh Maguire*, Alysia, Kolascz, and Peter Prouty

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 Love Loss_webLove, Loss and What I Wore
by Nora and Delia Ephron

October 25-27, 2013

A show about women and the clothes they wear!

In this heartfelt comedy by chick-flick favorites, Nora and Delia Ephron, clothing is used as a vehicle to access some of the most vulnerable moments in a woman’s life. Shopping for undergarments is transformed from a mortifying experience to a symbol of womanhood, a birthday outfit becomes a story of acceptance, and a bathrobe comes to embody the relationship between mother and daughter. Through a collection of monologues, the all female cast of “What I Wore” reminds us that what we wear flourishes more than our outfit; it accessorizes life’s most pivotal moments of love and loss.

Starring Sarab Kamoo*, Melynee Saunders Warren*,
Denise Jenkins, Sonja Marquis, and Heidi Bennett

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This Wonderful Life
By Steve Murray
Directed by Toni Caselli

December 21-31, 2012

Starring John Lepard in this award-winning role as George Bailey, Mr. Potter, and the entire population of Bedford Falls. This is the theatrical re-telling of the classic holiday film, It’s a Wonderful Life. Superbly adapted from the most irresistible and entertaining “what if” story of all time, this one-man tour de force reminds us of the power of perspective, friendship, and faith.

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Months on End
by Craig Pospisil

December 29-31, 2011

The story centers around Phoebe and Ben, who are engaged to be married. But Phoebe worries that her Beatles-obsessed fiancé may not be the right man for her, and Ben is no help planning the wedding, because he’s distracted by a friend’s illness. Her friend, Elaine, is jealous of Phoebe’s relationship, especially since none of hers last more than five dates. She’s ready to give up on love until she meets the eternally optimistic Walter, whose only flaw may be that he’s married. Walter’s gruff brother, Nick , is single, but when he proposes to Paige on a beach, her answer is to scream and drop the engagement ring in the sand. Heidi, Phoebe’s sister, delivers a comic gem of a commencement address in May that starts as a tribute to the graduates’ parents, but degenerates into a hysterical tirade against them. Come June, Phoebe’s wedding day meltdown isn’t helped by her mother Gwen’s  complaints, or her father, Chris, who  tells Phoebe to “pretend you’re in an airplane that’s crashing…”. Walter and Nick and their friend Tony battle hilariously in July over what they find sexy about women . The diverse scenes and characters in this winning play come together to create a delightful theatrical experience, encompassing a range of emotions from happiness to sorrow and everything in between.

Starring Julia Garlotte, Julia Glander*, Angela Kay Miller, James R. Kuhl,
Taras Los, Thomas D. Mahard*, Sonja Marquis, Rob Pantano, Peter Prouty, and Katie Terpstra

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by Fred Aley and James Kaplan

November 18, 2010 – January 15, 2011

Lloyd and Marvin are two ice-fishing buddies from northern Wisconsin who share a mutual love of good bait, cold beer, and the Green Bay Packers. That’s all nice until Marvin, who’s sweet on the checkout girl at the Pick ‘n’ Save, nervously awaits his big break on a cable-TV fishing show, and Lloyd gets in hot water because he wants to spend his wedding anniversary at Lambeau Field. Throw in a guy named Ernie the Mooch and songs like “Ode to a Snowmobile Suit” and “Fish Is Da Miracle Food” and you’ve got a side-splitting story of life, love, and the one that got away in Guys On Ice.

Starring Matt Gwynn, Andy Orscheln, and Brian Sage

*Member of the Actor’s Equity Association