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Articles with the Tag: Port Polson Players

Auditions for ‘Heidi’ to be held

News from Port Polson Players POLSON — The Port Polson Players will hold auditions for their annual kids production on Wednesday, Jan. 15. This year’s show is “Heidi.” There are roles for students K-8th grade. Everyone gets a part and two groups will be cast.  Auditions wil...

Port Polson Players present 'A Christmas Carol' Port Polson Players present 'A Christmas Carol'

News from Port Polson Players “A Christmas Carol,” the Dickens’ classic story of Scrooge, plays this weekend, Dec. 13,14,15, at the John Dowdall Theatre. The cast of 40 includes the Bob Cratchit family played by Desiree Alexander, Hannah Madsen, Kenton Sisler, Kaycee Wright, Micah Craig ...

‘The Uninvited’ to show two weekends ‘The Uninvited’ to show two weekends

POLSON — The supernatural mystery “The Uninvited,” opens the Port Polson Players 39th season at the John Dowdall Theatre. The show runs October 25, 26, and 27 and the following weekend, November 1,2,3, with curtain at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p.m. matinees on Sundays. ...

Theater brings humor to stage

POLSON — The Port Polson Players continue their 38th season of Summer Theatre with an evening of Mark Twain-ish humor, at the air conditioned John Dowdall Theatre, on the lake in Polson. After a successful run this spring, witty comedies “The Diary of Adam and Eve” followed by “Whe...

Gardeners add beauty to Polson theatre Gardeners add beauty to Polson theatre

POLSON — Lake County Master Gardeners recently contributed to the John Dowdall Theatre flower display. Lake County Master Gardeners are a volunteer group that have received horticulture training through an eight-week education course designed by Montana State University Lake County Extension Office cov...

Christmas play lives up to its name Christmas play lives up to its name

Think of every rotten kid you knew in school:  the tripper, the booger-flicker, the slugger or the bully.  The Herdmans are all those kids rolled into one nasty family. They are characters in “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” playing this weekend at the John Dowdall Theatre. It&r...

Don’t miss ‘Murder’

Editor, Murder in the real world is not synonymous with humor. In theater, murder — rather the contemplation of murder — can be hilariously comical. The play “Murder at the Howard Johnson’s” is exactly that: a comedy of errors that had my husband and me chuckling and outright...


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