Valley Journal
Valley Journal

This Week’s e-Edition

Current Events

Latest Headlines

What's New?

Send us your news items.

NOTE: All submissions are subject to our Submission Guidelines.

Announcement Forms

Use these forms to send us announcements.

Birth Announcement
Obituary

Articles with the Tag: Port Polson Players

No Coward’s Epitaph returns to stage

News from the Port Polson Players POLSON — The Port Polson Players are continuing our 47th season with the encore performance of No Coward’s Epitaph. This musical by Port Polson Players Co-Producer Neal Lewing returns to the stage after its critically acclaimed world premiere. It tells th...

Curious Savage enters final week on stage Curious Savage enters final week on stage

News and Photo from Port Polson Players POLSON — Port Polson Players in association with Mission Valley Friends of the Arts continue their 47th year with John Patrick’s classic comedy, The Curious Savage.  The show kicks off the 2022 theatre season at Polson’s beautiful Theatre o...

No Coward’s Epitaph No Coward’s Epitaph

Most Montana students have hopped off a school bus in front of the Montana Capitol in Helena and gazed up at the statue of Thomas Francis Meagher, erected in 1905. But how many know or remember much about the charismatic Irish renegade and Civil War hero who served twice as acting territorial governor? &l...

No place like home No place like home

MONTANA — Six years ago Angela Claver sold her home in Great Falls and decided to move to Polson to work in the public library. She had visited friends in the area previously and knew that finding housing wouldn’t be easy. Even then, housing was hard to come by, especially something affordable. S...

Players open final summer performance: ‘The Last Romance’ Players open final summer performance:  ‘The Last Romance’

News from the Port Polson Players POLSON — The Port Polson Players, in association with The Mission Valley Friends of the Arts, wrap up their 2021 summer theatre with a production of “The Last Romance.”  This romantic comedy, “about finding love at any age,” was wri...

Curtains open on ‘Pin-Up Girls’ in Polson Curtains open on ‘Pin-Up Girls’ in Polson

POLSON — It’s no understatement to say Anna Loehrke, director of the Port Polson Players’ production of “The Pin-Up Girls,” was born into the theater. The daughter of Players producers Neal and Karen Lewing took her first turn on stage as a 2 year old in a production of “S...

PPP opens season PPP opens season

News from the Port Polson Players POLSON — The Port Polson Players, in association with Mission Valley Friends of the Arts, reopen Polson’s beautiful 1938 log theatre on the lake Friday, June11. “Dirty Work At The Crossroads” ushers in the 46th season to welcome audiences back afte...

Live theater returns to Polson after COVID hiatus

Prepare to boo the villain and cheer the hero when the Port Polson Players, in association with Mission Valley Friends of the Arts, reopen Polson’s Theatre on the Lake June 11 with “Dirty Work at the Crossroads.” The melodramatic comedy ushers in the Players’ 46th season and welcomes ...

Port Polson Players cancel summer season due to COVID-19 Port Polson Players cancel summer season due to COVID-19

By Karen Peterson  Valley Journal  POLSON – Port Polson Players announced this week that the summer theater season will not open this year due to COVID-19 concerns. Karen and Neal Lewing, theater organizers, had hoped to open the 45th season with “some new twists and terrific s...

More than 100 children in 2 casts take to stage for 36th production of: ‘Fortune’s Fables’ More than 100 children in 2 casts take to stage for 36th production of: ‘Fortune’s Fables’


«123456...8»

Sponsored by: