A sports widow is “mad as hell” and she’s not going to take it anymore! The football commissioner mysteriously resigns. A cheerleader stages her own kidnapping. A referee is up to his ears in drug deals and bad calls. This deadly game goes into overtime for an intricate scheme of revenge and cover ups that invites a lot of audience participation. If you are interested in participating or would like to schedule an audition please call (715) 889-1606 or email email@example.com. All auditions must be complete by September 20th. If acting is not for you, we have positions on the stage crew and other supportive roles.
This production will take place November 15-18, 2018. The rehearsals will begin in October. You can purchase tickets for this show by going to wabenoareaplayers.brownpapertickets.com or by calling (800) 838-3006.
October 13-15, 2016
By Dr. Daniel Boatright
Planting Season is a comedy in three acts. Digby Dye, whose hoped for career was cut short by a petty politician and one little barn full of dead race horses, is a funeral home owner in Wabeno. He and his partner, Gustav, have found themselves unlikely and unplanned accomplices of a high-end fashion fraud, a mafia kingpin who has an abundance of bodies to hide, and an Alabama Bootlegger attempting to get his “old family recipe” up to those thirsty Canadians. Each of the arch-criminals wants all the coffins Digby and Gustav can supply for their nefarious purposes. Sadly, they don’t really have enough to fill the needs of one, much less all three of the criminals as they try to juggle the precarious situation….and survive it. Amber Dawn, Digby’s girlfriend, who is “the smart one” of the group, is trying to dig Digby out of the hole he’s in. Others in this adventure include Police Commissioner Martini, Detective Cosmo, and a variety of other friends…or are they friends?
13th and 14th Shows are at 7:00pm
15th show is at 2:00pm and 7:00pm
Cocktail Hour Starts at 1:00pm/6:00pm
All performances are at Madonna Hall located 1793 Elm Ave., Wabeno, WI located behind St. Ambrose Catholic Church. For reservations please call (715) 889-1606 or (715) 473-5466.