Upcoming Shows

Although the Dramagoons are still on a theatre hiatus, there is still plenty of good theatre to see out there. Several of our theatre friends are currently in rehearsal for some new shows. A couple of those shows are opening this weekend. I have not seen any of these shows being rehearsed or even heard how things are going. I do, however, know that some very talented people are involved in the shows. Therefore, I am encouraging you to get out and see at least one of these if you can. Besides, live theatre is so much better than TV or movies anyway.

Sunset Playhouse presents Those Crazy Ladies in the House on the Corner. The performances run September 5th, 2008 (tonight) through September 27th, 2008. Our friend, Inge Adams, will be appearing as one of those crazy ladies, the curmudgeonly Dora, in this production. Inge played Mrs. Rogers (my wife) in And Then There Were None last year. Inge also appeared opposite A.J. as Sister Clarissa in Over The Tavern at WCT earlier this spring.

Village Playhouse of Wauwatosa and Brookfield Players present The Mouse That Roared. The performances run September 5th, 2008 (tonight) through September 13th, 2008 in the Dawes Studio Theatre at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center in Brookfield, WI. Tod Herdt and Judy Lee Tarbox are both appearing in this production. I played opposite both of them last year in And Then There Were None. From what I can recall, Tod is playing Tully Bascomb, the leader of the military unit (the Bowmen) in the Duchy of Grand Fenwick.

Boulevard Theatre presents The Constant Wife. The performances run September 17th, 2008 through October 5th, 2008. Michael Chobanoff and Maureen Dornemann will be appearing as John and Constance Middleton. I had the pleasure of working with both of them as they also played husband and wife, C.S. Lewis and Joy Gresham, in Shadowlands at Acacia Theatre earlier this spring. I also worked with Michael when he appeared as Dr. Chasuble in The Importance of Being Earnest at WCT last year.

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