The original Reedsburg cast is back to perform NUNSENSE 2: The Second Coming
February 14, 15 and 16, 2014.
Diane Michaels (Sister Mary Regina),
Becky Peterson (Sister Robert Anne),
Jean Stransky (Sister Mary Hubert),
Liesa Stienmetz (Sister Mary Paul, aka Amnesia)
Jan Fry (Sister Mary Leo).
TICKETS (ADVANCE PURCHASE) $10.00
Available at Reedsburg Chamber of Commerce, Viking Village Grocery Store, Community First Bank
Habitat ReStore (Baraboo)
ONLINE BOX OFFICE IS CLOSED
TICKETS (AT THE DOOR) $12.00
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY BENEFIT DINNER (opt.)
Saturday Feb 15, 5:30 PM RAHS Commons
TICKETS $8.00 (Advanced order is preferred)
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PRESS RELEASE – 08/08/2011
Your chance to see some of the funniest stage action around will happen this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 12-14, when the curtain goes up for the production of “Cookin’ With Gus,” at the CAL Center in Reedsburg. Reedsburg Players does a summer production each year and a musical or play in February. The group is dedicated to providing quality local theater – equal to shows you could drive miles to see. Please support this local venue so it can continue to be a part of our community.
On Friday night you can enter the cup cake decorating contest at 6 p.m., before the show begins at 7 p.m. On Saturday night, get your reservations in early to eat the spaghetti supper before the 7 p.m. show. On Sunday, at the 2 p.m. matinee, you can vote on Reedsburg’s newest ‘cooking star.’ For more information, call 524-8404. The shows are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. The Saturday night dinner theater option is $13 including dinner and the show. All performances are at the CAL Center, located at the Reedsburg Area High School.
Press Release – 7/25/2011
Are you mixed up – just like Gourmet Gus? She is torn between her career as a Cooking Star (with Bernie, her agent, having the recipe for success), and the love of her life, Walter (who just wants to heat things up and go to the zoo).
If you can’t decide which performance to attend of the upcoming Reedsburg Players production of “Cooking With Gus
”, here are your choices:
Friday, 7 p.m. show complete with a Cupcake Contest, Saturday night 6 p.m. dinner theater, or show only, 7 p.m., or the Sunday afternoon show at 2 p.m.. Prices for each show are: $8 advance, or $10 at the door. Saturday dinner theater is $13 in advance only.
Don’t miss a moment – you could attend all three performances and support your local theater!
There is still time to be a cup cake decorating contestant. You will need materials to decorate a dozen cup cakes, donated by Lola Girl’s Specialty Cakes of Reedsburg, call 524-8404 to register. After they are judged, we’ll all enjoy them for an intermission snack. Sunday’s show includes a chance to vote for the next local cooking star.
“Cooking With Gus,” is written by Jim Brochu, and produced by special arrangements with Samuel French, Inc.
Pictured here: Bill Hentges as Walter, Mikki Maddox as Gus, and Ted McGinnis as Bernie
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Press Release – 6/3/2011
The cast for the Reedsburg Players Summer theater has been chosen – but which one is Gus? The show, “Cookin’ With Gus” features one of these four fine thespians in the role of Gus. The cast shown here includes Ted McGinnis, Mikki Maddox, Bill Hentges and Diane Michaels- Lasceski. Don’t miss a chance to find out which one plays Gus and who the other crazy characters are.
The comedy is directed by Kim Corbin, written by Jim Brochu, and produced by special arrangements with Samuel French, Inc. In the play, “Gus” has aspirations of becoming the next star of their own daily television food show – but in making a demo tape for the network executives, finds that the recipe for success is half baked. Hilarity, complete with a food fight ensues. This is a great comedy and will be a fun show at the CAL Center on August 12-14. The Saturday evening performance will be a dinner theater.