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Articles with the Tag: Port Polson Players

Cheaper by the Dozen Cheaper by the Dozen

The Port Polson Players in association with the Mission Valley Friends of the Arts kick off their 41st season with the 1920’s family story, “Cheaper by the Dozen.” The show runs two weekends, Dec. 4-6 and Dec. 11-13 at Polson’s beautiful log theatre on the lake. Fridays and Saturdays,...

Murder comedy plays in Polson Murder comedy plays in Polson

Port Polson Players Kyle Geyer, Amy Knutson, Anna Lewing, Kara Bishop and (not pictured) Susie McNatt, and Louis Jepson, are reviving “The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Dramatic Society Murder Mystery,” which plays through Aug. 30 at Polson’s beautiful theatre on the lake with an 8 p.m. cu...

Sedaka songs showcased  Sedaka songs showcased

Kyle Stinger and Anna Lewing star in “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do,” a musical/comedy centering on two friends from Brooklyn in search of good times and romance at a Catskills resort. The score showcases 18 Neil Sedaka classics, including “Where the Boys Are,” “Sweet Sixteen,&...

‘Gaslight’ brings psychological thriller to stage

POLSON — Jack Manningham is a bully: controlling, manipulative and verbally abusive.  He is played to perfection by Port Polson Players veteran Bob DiGiallonardo in “Gaslight,” a Victorian thriller set in the drawing room of an 1800s London home. As the story begins, Jack badgers...

40 years of theatre 40 years of theatre

Jeanie Siragusa and Bob DiGiallonardo star in the 1938 play “Gaslight.” The play first premiered in London and later ran in the U.S. as one of Broadway’s longest running productions. The Port Polson Players 40th season of Summer Theatre season opens with the Victorian thriller. The show pla...

Summer theatre begins Summer theatre begins

Bob DiGiallonardo teams up with Karen and Neal Lewing in the 1938 play “Gaslight”  that gave rise to the psychological term “gas lighting,” which describes an abuser’s attempts to make a victim doubt his or her sanity. The 1938 play “Gaslight” premiered in Londo...

Strumming Strumming

Karen Lewing photo Rob Sloan, Bob Mazurek, Cole Halford and Jim Siragusa appear as the local band in the Port Polson Players production of Shillelagh, a modern Irish comedy with music written by Neal Lewing. Half of the show features traditional Irish tunes; the other half are new songs written by Lewing,...

Irishness Irishness

Karen Lewing photo Shawn Ashcraft, Anna Lewing and playwright Neal Lewing appear in the Port Polson Players production of Shillelagh, a modern Irish comedy with music written by Neal Lewing. Half of the show features traditional Irish tunes; the other half are new songs written by Lewing, centering on an ...

Victorian thriller Victorian thriller

Bob DiGiallonardo teams up with Karen and Neal Lewing to kick off the Port Polson Players summer theatre season with the Victorian thriller “Gaslight.” Included in the cast are Jeanie Siragusa and Stephanie Walsh. The show opens Wednesday, July 1 and runs three weeks through Sunday July 19. All s...

Classic comedy   Classic comedy

Port Polson Players invite you to laugh off the winter doldrums with the classic 1950s comedy “Born Yesterday” at Polson’s beautiful “Log Theatre on the Lake.” Joining an ensemble of twelve Mission Valley performers, Billie Dawn (Anna Lewing) turns the tables on pugnacious Harry...


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