On Thursday April 4, nearly 800 students and staff from Wautoma, Redgranite, Coloma, Westfield, Waupaca and Plainfield will experience a live performance of E.B. White’s beloved story, Stuart Little, for two performances. This 60-minute musical will be performed by Virginia Repertory Theatre.
From the loving heart of E. B. White, author of Charlotte’s Web, comes this merry musical about a noble mouse that jumps headlong into adventures big enough to match any imagination. By turns funny, tender and exciting, Stuart Little mixes gorgeous child-size puppets with live actors to work theatrical magic.
On Saturday April 6 at 7:00 pm, come experience the sounds and sights of the Golden Age of Entertainment as stirring vocal harmony, comedy and captivating choreography combine to produce Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets “Now in Technicolor.” Whether you are a fan of classic doo-wop, pop, rock or bubble-gum, these Guyz will please the lover of time-honored Americana that spans the genres of the 50’s through the 70’s. The Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets succeeds in thrilling audiences with their high energy and dynamic shtick.
The newest production celebrates the transforming era of music entertainment that was delivered to living rooms across America through the iconic and enthralling invention – the television set! Just as this wooden box thrilled generations of viewers, relive your childhood and adolescent years through the music and fads that have become legend. Take a tour through boomer life as this fabulous foursome charm audiences with delightful snapshots of the most vibrant period in entertainment history! This production will hold you, thrill you and delight you as your feet and heart are carried away by Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets “Now in Technicolor.”
“The Four Guyz are pure joy. They are fun, funny, and charming; incredible vocalists, and high energy entertainers. Our audiences LOVE the GUYZ!” – John Cramer, Former Managing Artistic Director – Waukesha Civic Theatre
“The Guyz are sensational… the show is very well done, the audience response was great; they sold out two performances. Can’t miss with this one!” – Michael Duncan, Former Director – Oconomowoc Arts Center