The show is a giant spoof.
Actor Parker Drew creates both.
The spectacular musical reaches Appleton.
A new Frank’s show opens Friday.
“The Star-Spangled Banner” gets a magnificent salute.
The 1966 thriller still has kick.
The mansion set helps set the tone.
Some items are 1930s commercial art.
The tone is a bit melancholy.
“Private Lives” re-visits a stylish 1930.
The Peninsula Players production is full bodied.
Three St. Norbert galleries are used.
A strong cast sparks the time-leaping show.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
The comedy was popular at the Peninsula Players.
Door Shakespeare inspired a poem.
Nineteen productions are in the calendar.
Cultural activities start next week.
Leading actor Greg Vinkler is phenomenal.
There are lampoons at every turn.
Freshness fuels the 2014 show.
A touring production is visiting Appleton
‘The Fox on the Fairway’ thrives on the inane.
Dancers add to singers’ story songs.
Peter Quince Performing Company generates enthusiasm.