Summer Place is pleased to announce the cast for the very funny My Three Angels. It's a pleasure to welcome some new faces as well as welcoming back some SPT veterans. Congratulations to the following people:
Summer Place Theatre is taking part in the West Suburban Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade again this year -- and we want YOU to march with us!
Meet us around 9:30a in Naperville North High School's south parking lot on Saturday, March 16. We are entry #90. Look for the orange Honda Fit sporting a Summer Place sign.
During 2018, the state of Illinois has been celebrating its 200th anniversary. In honor of the celebration, Summer Place Theatre kicked of their 2018 season with a musical revue called “By Thy Rivers Gently Flowing,” a light-hearted history of the state told through song. Since the spring show debuted, the Summer Place Singers have continued to perform “By Thy Rivers” at senior residences and other venues. In September, they will be traveling to Ottawa, Illinois to compete for the Omni Prize for the Arts.
Do you want to learn how to tell a scarier ghost story? How about brushing up your skills to tell a funnier one to thrill youngsters? Summer Place Theatre has been telling Ghost Stories in the Park...In the Dark during the first weekend in October for years and wants to share tried-and-true theatrical tips with you.
Unfortunately Mayor Emeritus Pradel and Bev Frier are under the weather. Thanks to their "pinch hitters" and wishing them speedy recoveries!
“Take me out to the ball game! Take me out with the crowd!”
Do you remember standing up to stretch and sing along with hundreds of your fellow fans? The seventh inning stretch is a favorite memory for many, so we are recreating that tradition in our production of “Bleacher Bums.” We'll be welcoming local celebrities to lead the singing -- starting with Mayor Emeritus George Pradel on Opening Night.