The Village Playhouse is excited to announce the cast of Night Watch.
Elaine Wheeler – Jackie Benka
John Wheeler – Mark Wyss
Blanche Cooke – Sandy Wyss
Lt. Walker – Joe Ferrie
Helga – Karen Maio
Vanelli – Tyler Peters
Mr. Appleby – Josh Klingman
Sam Hoke – Clayton Mortl
Dr. Tracey Lake – Karolyn Wolkos
Larry Beckley will be directing. The show runs November 2nd – 18th, tickets on sale now.
Congratulations to the cast and crew of Forty Carats on an outstanding opening weekend. The audiences both nights had nothing but rave reviews of this dazzling production.
If you missed it, there are still 6 more chances to see this romantic comedy over the next two weekends. Forty Carats runs through August 19th.
Join us for Forty Carats, the opening show of our 40th Season, from August 3rd – 19th.
Each year during the One Act Festival, the audience has a chance to vote for the Encore Awards. These awards are presented to the winning actors, directors and other volunteers during our Encore Award Picnic and General Meeting in July. Congratulations to this years winners!! See the full list here.
Congratulations to Scott Sorensen, who received the Byrll Hoelke Award at last night’s General Meeting. Named for Village Playhouse founding member, Byrll Hoelke, this award is given as recognition and appreciation of a member’s positive contribution and leadership example to the group. Click here to see the full list of award recipients over the years.
President – Donna McMaster
Vice Preident – Derek Jacobs
President Elect – Clayton Mortl
Treasurer.- Elizabeth Havican
Secretary – Tom Zuehlke
Past President – Scott Sorensen
Members At Large
Thank you to everyone who attended last night’s general meeting. A full list of Encore Award winners will be posted later today.
The Village Playhouse of Wauwatosa first opened its doors on August 3rd, 1978 with a production of Showboat. Now, 40 years later, we will be opening Forty Carats on August 3rd, 2018. Things may have changed a bit over the years (such as moving to West Allis and dropping the Wauwatosa from our name), but the spirit of this theater remains the same. We are still, as we always have been, dedicated to producing top quality theatrical entertainment at an affordable price.
What better way to celebrate 40 years, than by getting back in touch with our friends who made our first season possible? If you were involved in the Village Playhouse of Wauwatosa productions of Showboat (August 1978), Mary, Mary (November 1978), Night Watch (March 1979) or Cole Porter – It’s De-Lovely (April 1979), we would like to invite you to attend any play of our 40th Season, at no charge. Email or call us to reserve your tickets.
Click here for more information about our first season!