THANK YOU TO OUR VOLUNTEERS!

THANK YOU to the following volunteers who gave over 400 hours to greet, seat and thank patrons for coming to the 2014 Attic Theatre shows!

Donna Arnuldusson, Sandy Berndt, Bob Bondy, Allen Borgwardt, Marsha Brewer, Jann Brockmann, Sandra Crase, Rosemary Cummings, Janice Dunham, Shirley Dunkel, Bob Feavel, Kenn Forsythe, Kathie Gribble, Fran Hart, Roy Hart, Sharon Haczynski, Bob Hochholzer, Rhonda Hochholzer, Gerry Hofacker, Marce Knapp, Corrie Kovacs, Steve Kovacs, Susan Locke, Kathy Loisalle, Dorothy Loll, Amy Luedtke, Dot Luedtke, Marg Melso, Mary Morlock, Kathy Otto, Marlene Rahn, Terry Rebholz, Anne Reynolds, Ellen Schreiter, Mary Siemek, Karen Swendrowski, Bill Van Schyndel, Donna Vanden Heuvel, Carl Wenzel, Betty Wilke, Judy Winzenz, and Dee Wiseman

Thanks to our Bye Bye Birdie Stage Sponsor: Schenck, S. C.

Thanks to our Bye Bye Birdie Stage Sponsor:

Schenck, S. C.


Bye Bye Birdie July 25, 26, 30, 31, August 1, 2 @ 7 pm July 27 @ 2 pm 

Directed by Berray Billington

Book by Michael Stewart; music by Charles Strouse; lyrics by Lee Adams

A delightful, ditzy romp featuring "One Last Kiss," "The Telephone Hour," "A Lot of Livin' To Do," and "Kids."

BOEING! BOEING! - JUNE 20-28

Directer Curt Christnot

Written by Marc Camoletti, translated from the French by Beverley Crossand Francis Evans

"...this whirl of a comedy takes the form of a classic French farce, complete with multiple doors and... perpetual high anxiety as a result of a slew of romantic shenanigans...

DEATHTRAP July 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 @ 7:00 pm and July 13 @ 2 pm

Directed by Alan Johnson

Written by Ira Levin

When a washed-up playwright, a supportive wife, and an aspiring young playwright, who has written a top notch thriller, come together in a secluded location with a wall decorated with death instruments, tensions mount.


Creating Excellent Community Theatre

Attic Theatre was founded in 1950 in the attic of the Cloak family home on North Union Street in Appleton, Wisconsin.  What began as an acting class has become the longest running community theatre in the Fox Valley.  In the early days, Attic performed in a variety of venues such as Jefferson School and local church basements.  When Lawrence University opened the Music-Drama Center, Attic began its lengthy partnership with LU, employing both theatres during the summer months.  Our newest venue, the beautiful UW Fox Valley Communication Arts Center, affords the opportunity to produce a wider array of plays with greater audience appeal.

From simple beginnings, Attic has grown to produce hundreds of full-scale shows over a span of more than 60 years.  In addition to a full summer season, Attic currently offers a popular children’s workshop in the spring and a weeklong day camp in the summer.

Each year, thousands of people participate in Attic Theatre on stage, backstage, as volunteers, or as audience members.  Ticket sales exceed 5,000 annually.  Attic truly does create excellent community theatre.

4 WAYS TO PURCHASE TICKETS: 

CALL:  Attic Theatre Box Office - 920-734-7887

VISIT:  Box Office hours will be announced in Spring 2015.  The box office is located at the UW Fox Valley Communication Arts Center, 1478 Midway RD, Menasha, WI.

MAIL:  Check back in Spring 2015 for a printable order form.

ONLINE:  Check back in April 2015 for the link to on-line tickets.


LOCATION

BOX OFFICE AND PERFORMANCES

UW-Fox Valley Communication Arts Center, 1478 Midway RD, Menasha, WI

 


Born out of the passion we have for the arts, our goal is to cross-promote events sponsored and produced by arts groups across Northeast Wisconsin. We saw the need for public awareness of arts events occurring in our communities. By working together, our mission is to promote live performance events produced by non-profit organizations made up of community members.

Born out of the passion we have for the arts, our goal is to cross-promote events sponsored and produced by arts groups across Northeast Wisconsin.

We saw the need for public awareness of arts events occurring in our communities.

By working together, our mission is to promote live performance events produced by non-profit organizations made up of community members.