Great news from Ludlow Village Players (LVP)

by Bev Rothenborg, A & E Editor

Oh, happy day! For those of us who love watching thespians tread the boards at local theaters, our enjoyment is returning after a long break! I have checked the theaters in the area to see what their plans are for the next few months, and here is what I have found:

Of course, Ludlow Village Players is one of our favorites because we get to watch our neighbors performing close to home. And they are excellent! They spend months rehearsing, and it really shows! Director Val Durling’s article is in this issue, so check it out.

Key City Public Theatre has entered their final phase of enhancements to their beloved performing arts venue in Port Townsend. It is called Project Scene Change. I popped in there recently, and the changes they are making will increase the pleasures of their world class performing arts! You will be amazed. They can be reached at keycitypublictheatre.org.

Poulsbo’s Jewel Box Theatre is starting a five-play season beginning on Friday, September 10, with a play called Educating Rita. Olympic Theatre Arts in Sequim also will soon begin a season of five plays. The first is a comedy called A Facility for Living, and it begins on September 30. Go to jewelboxpoulsbo.org and olympictheatrearts.org for more information.

Unfortunately, after leaving a message, I did not hear from one of my favorite theaters—Port Gamble

Theater.  I hope the Sniveleys will be continuing their fun productions—we’ll see.