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 ...
In the Park... In the Dark!
A Naperville tradition! A night of fun for audiences of all ages!
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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...
3 Shows form a cautionary tale from history
2020 is the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. In the late 1930's, Nationalism, Xenophobia, Racism, power-hungry, corrupt leadership, and partisan politics were all issues that plagued the world. It's said that history doesn't repeat itself, but it does rhyme! We've come so far since then, and yet these very issues are being raised today.
Friday @ 7:30, Saturday @ 2:00 and 7:30, Wesley United Methodist Church
Our 2020 Summer Season is big, momentous, timely, and ... expensive! So we're doing a fundraiser, as only we can do. It’s an original spring musical revue, but with a twist...