Pennings from Heaven
Let Me Be Frank Productions
Our story takes us back to 1968 at Abbot Pennings High School. The all-boys school is known for its athletic skills, specifically basketball. Their superior record is partially due to the guidance of Baba Louie, the coach's tough-as-nails and know-it-all son, and partially because of Timber, an all-star and all-conference player three years running. Timber may have skills on the court, but he doesn't exactly have social graces with the ladies. The annual Abbot Penning's Bone Dance is coming up, and his ability to secure a date isn't looking promising. His buddies, Loafer and Tommer, are set with dates of their own with Barb and Karen, respectively. The ladies are given some guidelines and tips about behaving at the dance from Sister Bonaventure, the beautiful and devout nun from Abbot Pennings. When the night of the dance arrives, the guys spike the punch bowl, believing it will help them be a little smoother with the opposite sex. Does their plan work? Will it be a magical night full of love for high school sweethearts, or will the night end in disaster? You will have to see our brand-new musical comedy, "Pennings from Heaven," to find out!
"Pennings from Heaven" opens Friday, July 23, with a benefit show for the Capitol Civic Centre Act Two project. For the opening night performance of "Pennings from Heaven," $10 of every sold ticket goes to this valuable organization in N. E. WI.
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Doors open 1 hour before the performance
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Keeping You Safe
Welcome Back to the Meyer Theatre
In order for you to feel safe while attending our venue, here are some things you need to know
- Per the CDC’s updated guidance, the Meyer Theatre no longer requires fully vaccinated guests or employees to wear face coverings while in the Complex. People are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a two dose series, or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine. We will not require proof of vaccination, but we ask guests and employees for responsible and respectful cooperation of this revised policy. Our goal is to continue to provide a safe environment for everyone.
- Although the Meyer Theatre and Backstage follows CDC guidelines for disinfection of its facility, they cannot guarantee you will not be exposed to COVID-19. By entering Meyer Theatre and Backstage premises, visitors accept all responsibility for medical risk associated with their presence in a public place for themselves and for those for whom they act as legal guardian. The Meyer Theatre is not liable for illness or injury beyond what may be prevented through reasonable accommodations. Please follow the city ordinance on masks, avoid touching surfaces, wash your hands or use hand sanitizers frequently, and please follow all signage posted to provide you with a safe experience.
- Hand sanitizers will be available throughout the building.
- Staff will sanitize the high traffic areas throughout the show.
- Meyer Theatre and Backstage will be sanitized after every event.
- Guests will be asked to leave the event from back to front.
- There will be no meet and greets with guests in the lobby or back of house.
- Merchandise will not be sold in the lobby. Online buying will be recommended.