Dream Café Premieres in Plymouth

The Plymouth Arts Center debuts a musical written and directed by Katie O’Regan

Feb. 4, 2011
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Katie O’Regan

As easy as it is to stage classy, old musical theatre shows, it’s that much more exciting when a tiny space in a reasonably distant place brings something entirely new to the stage. A short drive due west of Sheboygan, Plymouth is one of those towns between highways 43 and 41—not really on anybody’s way anywhere. As a result, it’s usually quite quiet. A nice place. On February 12th, The Plymouth Arts Center opens a new musical set a place not entirely unlike Plymouth—the fictional resort town of Rhymeington, Wisconsin. Dream Café is the story of a hairdresser from New York who comes to Rhymeington. 30 year community theatre veteran Don Held plays Marcello—Rhymington’s artistic and spiritual teacher/hypnotist/entertainer. Relative newcomer Renee Wachuta plays the hairdresser.

Dream Café is the product of writer/director —a Sheboygan-based  talent originally from Iowa who has directed shows Off-Broadway in New York. A more in-depth look at Regan’s life and work can be found at the website of her studio muse—The Sacred Noise Society.

Dream Café February 11th-14th at the Plymouth Arts Center. For more information, call the PAC at: 920-892-8409.  




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