Summer Place Theatre regrettably cancels summer season
Following the advice of medical experts and the directives of government agencies, the Board of Directors at The Summer Place, Naperville's Community Theatre, has voted to cancel the remainder of its planned 2020 season.
Coronavirus precautions preclude preparation and performance
Waiting until the very last minute, days before we were scheduled to begin auditions, The Summer Place Board of Directors has decided to cancel this summer's production of Cabaret. Our 3-act season celebrating hope over oppression during this 75th anniversary of the end of World War II is now down to 2 acts, so far ...
We're taking precautions, but still singing Broadway Backwards
(This article has been updated as of 3/13 9:00am. Click Read More) Governor Pritzker today declared a state of emergency due to the coronavirus spread. Numerous sources explain this is a necessary step to get federal funding to help pay for the state's efforts to fight the virus. Given this, we plan to follow the old adage "The Show Must Go On!" but...
Summer Place Theater bringing community together for important show, cause
Summer Place Theater is bringing the community together for this summer’s production of The Diary of Anne Frank and you can play an
important role. A portion of all sponsorship and program ad revenue will be donated to the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie, Ill.
Send in photos of your tree and you could win tickets to The Diary of Anne Frank in July
Anne watched from the attic in the secret annex as the chestnut tree went through two full cycles in the two years and one month she was in hiding with her family.