Marc Pera

Actor

Marc is thrilled to be at Peninsula Players for the first time.  Favorite roles include the Baker in Into the Woods (Theatre-Hikes), Cliff in Cabaret (Porchlight Music Theatre) and Willie Conklin in Ragtime (Light Opera Works).  A regular at … Learn more

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Backstage Stories

June 23, 2005

Magical moments and special memories go with me from season to season at the Players.  In the 11 years of being a Player, I’ve experienced the front-of-house excitement and the backstage drama of an opening night, the … Learn more

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Play Selection Not a Random Act

July 7, 2005

Our 2005 season is off and running.  Our first show, “The Uneasy Chair,” is a wonderful and witty comedy set in London in the 1880s.  Following “The Uneasy Chair” will be “Red Herring” (July 13-31); “Tom, Dick … Learn more

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New Canteen Hints at Splendor to Come

July 14, 2005

As the sound of fireworks and memories of Fourth of July parades begin to fade, it’s hard to believe three weeks have passed since Peninsula Players opened its 70th season.  It seems like just yesterday the cast … Learn more

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Governor has Connections to Pen Players

July 21, 2005

We were honored with a visit from Governor Jim Doyle and his wife Jessica last week.  The Governor stopped by during his time in Door County to present us with a certificate of commendation.

The official commendation … Learn more

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Letting the Intern Step Into the Spotlight

July 28, 2005

Caroline and Richard Fisher founded Peninsula Players in 1935 as a place for young theatre artisans to master their craft.  This tradition continues today through our internship program.  Every year I interview theater students from around the … Learn more

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Preparing for a Premiere

August 4, 2005

We closed our second show of the season last week.  “Red Herring,” a wonderful comic caper, went out with a bang.  If you missed this one, I am sorry.  Audiences really had a great time with this … Learn more

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Christmas Comes Early

August 11, 2005

It is hard to believe that we have reached the mid-point of the season.  After working hard all summer on the shows, the company generally needs a little stress relief.  In our collective memory we don’t know … Learn more

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Laughs are not Just Laughs During Live Performances

August 18, 2005

Theatre is a live art form, one in which the audience is in communion with the actors on stage.  There is an intimacy, a rapport, an energy that is felt between the actors and their audience.  Each … Learn more

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We Now Have Time for a few Questions

August 25, 2005

Even midst the hustle and bustle of the summer season, it’s important to take a few moments to stop and enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds us – to listen to the birds, smell the flowers, catch … Learn more

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