The Village Playhouse produced a very successful 30th One Act Festival and a near sold out production of Midsummer Night's Dream. The set was spectacular and the production exceeded some expectations.
Several new artists were able to exhibit their art in the gallery, experiencing some great receptions and sales.
Roberto Carlos Rosado del Valle brought his talents from Puerto Rico with a colorful exhibit entitled "Closing In: Exposing The Details" which captured the memories and spirit of play and games of childhood. Three painting parties were held under Roberto's tutelage, letting participants learn to enjoy art as a means of relaxing and enjoying the company of friends and new acquaintances.
Jack Long liquid sculpture photography was an amazing exhibit. Capturing 1/10,000 second photographic images of water explosions....it was an incredibly beautiful show.
Siempre Flamenco performed for a sold out crowd during the Fire & Dance Concert on September 26. It was a night to remember!
Sadly, the Village Playhouse lost one of its own in September. We will miss your wit and your technical skills, Jerry Proffitt. Thanks for all you did to promote theatre in southeastern Wisconsin.