Our Town

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Our Town

By Thornton Wilder

Presented through special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

The Waukesha Civic Theatre presents Our Town, running weekends from October 26th to November 11th, 2012.

Our Town explores the lives of young Emily Webb and George Gibbs, along with their families and neighbors, in Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire. This Pulitzer Prize-winning classic reveals the big moments in a small town: Life. Love and Marriage. Death and Eternity. Like Emily, you’ll discover the importance of experiencing life as you live it – “every, every minute.” Written by a Wisconsin native, Our Town remains as engaging today as when it first captivated audiences in 1938.

The cast includes Brooke Bellehumeur, Dave Boxhorn, Steve Decker, Nathan Danzer, Seth Dittmer, Eric Eggers, Colleen Glatzel, Brandon Haut, Diane Kallas, James Katzenmeyer, Barb Lancelle, Wesley Lang, Bjorn Larson, Karl Magsig, Ami Majeskie, Jim Mallmann, Mina Miller, Nate Oldenborg, Holly Penzkover, Diana Randelzhofer, James Ryan, John Sindic, Marcia Skarie, Hannah Snyder, Brenna Thiele, Zach Ursem, and Ashley Wilkinson.

Robb Smith is the Director, Scenic Designer, Set Decorator, Master Carpenter, and Sound Designer. The production staff and crew includes: Stage Manager Pam Seccombe, Costume Designer Laura Anderle-Smith, Wig Master Anthony Mackie, and Properties Designer Shawn

Performance Dates and Times:         

Friday, October 26th:                8:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 27th:             8:00 p.m.

Sunday, October 28th:             2:00 p.m.

Friday, November 2nd:            8:00 p.m.                    

Saturday, November 3rd:          4:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.

Sunday, November 4th:                        7:00 p.m.        

Friday, November 9th:              8:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 10th:        2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.

Sunday, November 11th:                      2:00 p.m.

Tickets for Our Town are $19.00, or $17.00 for students and seniors, or $15.00 for subscribers and groups of ten or more, or $10.00 for educational groups, Boy Scout groups, and Girl Scout groups of ten or more.

All tickets may be purchased by mail, phone, e-mail, fax, online, or in person using cash, check, or credit card
(credit card only for phone, fax, e-mail, and online sales). We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express. There is a $5 per transaction fee for all subscription sales, a $2 per ticket fee for all individual sales by fax, phone, e-mail, or mail, and a $3 per ticket fee for individual online sales.

Student Rush tickets are available at half price one hour before curtain of any show. WCT also offers a “Pay What You Can” promotion for the last Saturday matinee
performance (2:00 p.m.) of a Mainstage series production. Patrons can buy tickets for that show one hour before curtain at whatever price their budget will allow. For more information, visit us at www.waukeshacivictheatre.org.

Tea party 2012 November 03, 2012 at 02:32 AM
You learn a lot about a man's character during adversity.......... When freshmen assembly member Paul Farrow had a question on why protective services were exempt from collect bargaining Farrow went to the Republican Party leaders for his answers. What did freshmen assembly member Chris Kapenga do? Kapenga was the star of the gossip columnist Daniel Bice's articles and Jeff Flemming's loser of the week on the Charlie Sykes show. Kapenga openly ran his mouth calling key members in his own party and the governor a sell out. I believe this is why every Republican has turned their back on Kapenga and not endorsed him. We need a mature senator that can handle conflict without starring in the gossip column. That's why I am supporting Paul Farrow for senate and you should also.


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