Stars shine in ‘Kids of Komedy’An original musical comedy, “Kids of Komedy,” begins at 7:30 p.m. Saturday to benefit the planned Lake Nebagamon Armed Services Tribute.
An original musical comedy, “Kids of Komedy,” begins at 7:30 p.m. Saturday to benefit the planned Lake Nebagamon Armed Services Tribute.
There are no reserved seats so to get a good seat, come early. Doors will open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased in advance at the village office in the auditorium. The show depicts a welcome home party in honor of local men and women who have served or are currently serving in the Armed Services.
There’s a rumor going around that Elvis didn’t really die. In fact, he’s been hiding out in Lake Nebagamon. Could it be true? Probably not, but someone looking a lot like him will be appearing in this show.
The Elvis appearance is only one of the many surprises in this show, according to writer/director Kay Coletta.
All of the stars in this show play the fictional relatives of famous stars of stage, screen, radio, TV and musical comedy. This performance features all of the favorite local actors, singers, dancers and musicians.
Included in the cast are Debbie Anderson, Jann Brill, Judi Liebaert, Alex Gutterman, Jean Germano, Dale Botten, Janine and Doug Seis, Jenna and Hanna Hovland, Tom and Sheryl Chambers, Lilli Cain, Aaron Halston, and Cheryl Tidemann and her daughters. Pianist Janice Parish provides musical accompaniment.
Joining those fictional characters will be a real history maker, Herb Bergson, who is the only person in the U.S.A. to be elected mayor of cities in two different states. Bergson’s family has had a cabin on Lake Nebagamon for the past 80 years.
The play depicts a welcome home party honoring local men and women returning from service in the Middle East. To make it more fun, the performers act as the fictional relatives of famous stars. The bogus stars come out in force that night in the person of all your favorite characters in the Lake Nebagamon Players.
This is the 37th presentation by the players, but there is always room for newcomers who want to strut their stuff on stage. Anyone interested in participating in the show or helping backstage should contact Coletta, 715-374-2283, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The planned Lake Nebagamon Armed Services Tribute will honor men and women who have served or are serving in the military and have some connection with Lake Nebagamon.
Anyone wishing to participate in the planning for this Tribute should contact Rick Baga of the Nebagamon Community Association, which is planning the tribute. He can be reached at email@example.com or call 715-817-0611.