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Aug. 23 and 24 2012

Dogs in the Hot Moon or Behind the BarricadesDogs
Dogs 2

   

May 11 and 12, 2012

NUACT - Murder Overdue

Muder Overdue

 

See the secret places librarians don't want you to see!
Murder Overdue is a fundraiser for the library and NUACT. The story line revolves around a bigshot who arrives in New Ulm to demolish the library in favor of a large tech center. Cast includes local performers for two nights only.
Written and directed by Paul Warshauer.
Produced by Kris Wiley.
Tickets available at the library circulation desk only for $25.00

   
Febuary 17th & 18th 2012

Our Murder Mystery
Was a hit!
Mob Boss

Murder at the Italian Wedding

Written and directed by: Paul Warshauer
Murder Mystery Casrt

Muder at an Italian Wedding


“Murder at the Italian Wedding,” was written and directed by Paul Warshauer. Two shoows were sold out on February 17 & 18, 2012 at the Grand Kabaret.

The story line centered on hog farmer Otto Schlissithoff, father of the bride and Don D. Dahmdam, mobster from Minneapolis and father of the groom.

The audience enjoyed a gourmet meal and fine cocktails as they listened to the clues and toured parts of the former Grand Hotel. At the end of each performance, the audience was asked to vote for their choice of murderer. There were different murderers and victims for each night so that no one could cheat!

Two photographers captured "wedding photos" and can viewed HERE

   

December 16, 17, 18 2011

Its a Wonderful life

Its a Wonderful Life
George Bailey - Kent Menzel
Clarence D. Angel - Jared Schwab
Gloria Superintendent - Judy Sellner
Mary Hatch Bailey - Janet Holm
The Radio Announcer - Mike Stark
Henry F. Potter - Chris Gordon
Sam Wainwright - Zach Holmquist
Violet Bick Tara - Ann Kokesch
Pop Bailey - Mark Santelman
Ma Bailey - Keara Roberts
Uncle Billy Bailey - Mike Stark
Dr. Harry Campbell - Zach Holmquist
Emil Gower - Craig Braulick
Nick Leonard - John Knisley
Ernie Bishop - George Hirshboeck
Bert Bond - Chris Gordon
Giuseppi Martini - Craig Braulick
Young George Bailey - Cloe Cedillo
Petey Bailey - David Henning
Janie Bailey - Rachel Hohensee
Zuzu Bailey - Ashley Schaefer (Fri & Sun)
Zuzu Bailey - Gracie Reyes (Sat)
Cousin Tilly - Miriam Henning
Mrs. Hatch Tara - Ann Kokesch
Harry Bailey - John Knisley
Toll Taker - Craig Brawlick
Charlie Wilson - David Henning
Mrs. Davis Tara - Ann Kokesch
Cousin Eustace - Mark Santelman
Mrs. Thompson - Miriam Henning
Mr. Welch - Mark Santelman
Charles Carter - Judy Sellner
Dick Elliott - George Hirshboeck
Sheriff Baxter - Paul Henning
Bank Teller - Miriam Henning
Randy Hull - Mark Santelman
Eddy Adams - Chris Gordon
Radio Director - Keara Roberts
Stage Mother - Megan Wetzel
Sign Man - Paul Henning
Sign Gal - Cloe Cedillo
Best Boy - George Hirshboeck
Jimmy The Bird - ?

Director - Paul Warshauer
Associate Director/Stage Manager -
Kandi Schaffer
Producer -
Judy Sellner
Wardrobe Designer -
Becky Comnick
Technical Director -
Justin Liepert
Asssistant Tech Director -
Adam Menzel
   
October 21, 22, 23, 28 & 29 2011
Once Upon A mattress

Once Upon A Mattress


New Ulm Actor's Community Theatre will present "Once Upon a Mattress," a wildly comical musical with music by Mary Rodgers and lyrics by Marshall Barer. This musical takes a great new look at the classic fairy tale "The Princess and the Pea!" Keep your eyes peeled for audition dates!

Due to an unhappy curse, King Sextimus is unable to speak. Meanwhile, his terror of a wife, Queen Aggravian, has taken over control of the kingdom. Most importantly, in an attempt to keep Prince Dauntless single, she has decreed that only the princess that can pass her test may marry her son. Further, no one else in the kingdom may marry until Prince Dauntless does. Lady Larken and Sir Harry are extremely disturbed by this fact since Lady Larken is now pregnant with Sir Harry's baby. Luckily, Sir Harry is able to find an amazing princess, Winnifred the Woebegone. She instantly catches the attention of Prince Dauntless, and in the end, is able to pass the Queen's supposedly impassable sensitivity test. When the Queen still tries to prevent the Prince Dauntless from marrying, he tells her to 'shut up' which ends up breaking the curse on the king. Now able to speak, King Sextimus regains his rightful position as leader of the kingdom, and all is well.

   
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