William Gleason’s The Pink Panther Strikes Again (based on the film by Blake Edwards and Frank Waldman) will be presented as “Dinner Theatre” on Friday May 13th (6pm), Saturday May 14th (6:30pm), and Sunday May 15th (5:30pm) in the Winters Community Center.
The world’s most unusual criminologist, Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau, a role originally created by Peter Sellers, fights for his life and for the future of all mankind in the most bizarre and dangerous capers of his brilliantly successful and utterly clumsy career.
Tickets are now available on our website and Facebook page. Tickets are $35 for adults and $25 for children 12 and under. A tasty dinner and dessert catered by Anderson Family Catering will be included in the ticket price. Wine will be available for purchase.
For more information call 530-795-4014.
Big Day of Giving is back…on Tuesday May 3rd, 2016! Learn more here!
Sing us a song, you’re the piano man…uh, woman…! (L to R: Chris-Lori Vaughn, Celia-Janene Whitesell, Cora-Christine Deamer, Annie-Sara Wieringa, and Ruth-Linda Glick ham it up for the camera)
It was a fun run, and we’re glad that so many of you were able to join us!
Calendar Girls is based on the 2003 movie starring Helen Mirren. It focuses on a true story about a group of women in England who create a calendar to raise money for a settee for the waiting room in the local hospital. A heartwarming comedy with some bittersweet moments, this production is intended for mature audiences.
(L to R: Celia-Janene Whitesell, Ruth-Linda Glick, Chris-Lori Vaughn, , Cora-Christine Deamer, Jessie-Mary Young, and Annie-Sara Wieringa)
Lady Cravenshire-Ann Rost
Brenda Hulse-Debra DeAngelo
Announcers-Jim Hewlett, Alison Hapworth-Eldridge
Photo Crew-Pietro Bolla
It was a fun run, and we’re glad you were able to come out and support us for our annual holiday production! Next UP: Tim Firth’s “Calendar Girls” takes place the first 3 weekends of March 2016…more details coming soon!
(L to R: Linda Glick, Trent Beeby, Heidi Masem, Woody Fridae, Ana Kormos)
Thanks for coming out to support our production of Annie Baker’s Circle Mirror Transformation the first two weekends of October!