Green Bay Community Theater presents its season plan



Keeping an eye on “a constantly changing landscape”

Play the scale. (Green Bay Community Theater)

GREEN BAY, Wisconsin (WFRV) – After more than a year of battling COVID-19, the Green Bay Community Theater is preparing to begin its 2021-2022 four-room season. Info:

According to the information sent to patrons: The ticket office opens today, Monday August 2, with subscription orders having priority.

The season:

+ “The strange couple” by Neil Simon. 16-18 and 22-26 Sept.

The classic comedy is set in 1960s New York. More than a little messy Oscar Madison invites his friend Felix Unger, more than a freak of order, to be his roommate when Felix is ​​kicked out. by his wife. The two mismatched try the patience of each other and their poker buddies.

+ “Hello! “ by Tom Dudzick. November 26-28 and December 1-5.

A family vacation show, “Hello! Includes laughter, tears and a miracle. Snapshot: Andy brings his Jewish and atheist girlfriend back to his Polish Catholic family on Christmas Eve.

+ “The gentleman draper” by Norm Foster. February 10-12 and 16-20.

Norman Davenport thinks he was born in the wrong century. Disappointed at being forced to cater for the tastes of the moment when he opens a clothing store, Norman makes a wish that changes his life – and the lives of his two loyal employees forever. Norm Foster is Canada’s most produced playwright and a household name on a Green Bay Community Theater poster.

+ “The war of the red velvet cake” by Jones Hope Wooten. April 21-23 and April 27-May 1.

The Verdeen family of Sweetgum, Texas have an outrageous bet on who can make the best red velvet cake. A family reunion goes wild in the comedic ways of prolific sitcom-style writing from Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten.

Each production will have eight performances, including three matinees. In previous years, the Green Bay Community Theater has presented 10 seasons of performances.

The organization says it “will follow all guidelines issued by the CDC, the Wisconsin Department of Health, and local authorities.” As this is an ever-changing landscape, please see our website under current season information for up-to-date guidance. The organization notes that the guidelines can change at any time.

Performances take place at the Troupe’s Robert Lee Brault Theater, 122 N. Chestnut Ave. The theater can accommodate 193 people.



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