MAD Corner: Fawlty Towers
We end our 59th Mainstage season (and thirteen years of putting up with me as WCT’s Managing Artistic Director) with a show that is perfectly silly and full of fun … Fawlty Towers. This John Cleese British television farce has become a cult classic and Netflix favorite. The show is a potpourri of delightful and hilarious characters and situations.
We recently announced our lineup for our historic 60th season and are thrilled about the variety of high quality entertainment we are offering for our Diamond Anniversary. We are sure that you, the Waukesha community, will find something you like from our list of exciting entertainment.
In addition to that, we have been blessed with the incredible support of the Waukesha community as you support us as patrons, donors, and volunteers. We are excited about the future and the possibilities that lie before us, and we can’t to move into the next season with enthusiasm for the arts, our community partners, and all of the people that have been touched, and will be touched by the Waukesha Civic Theatre, a true gem in the heart of Wisconsin. I want to thank everyone for joining us, and I hope you are enjoying the ride as much as we are.
If you haven’t already done so, please consider a donation of any size to our Spotlight On The Future Campaign, a major gift drive with a goal to raise $750,000, providing capital for upgrades that will enhance the theatre experience, increase advertising revenue, decrease operating expenses, and provide for building maintenance. We have raised more than a third of our goal, but we need your help to reach the full amount.
Managing Artistic Director
Posted on June 15, 2016, in Uncategorized and tagged 59th Season, Aleta Bernard, Ann Morrow, Beth Perry, British, Cindy Velcheck, comedy, David Scott, Evan Crain, farce, Fawlty Towers, Jacob Sudbrink, Jacqueline Gosz, Jeff Gepfert, Jim Donaldson, Jim Jessen, Jim Mallmann, Jim Volden, John Cleese, John Jones, Kate Walter, Keith Handy, Leah A. Sawnor, Meghan Hopper, Noah Maguire, Pam Seccombe, Randall Anderson, Scott Fudali, Sharon Sohner, Tom Van Gilder. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on MAD Corner: Fawlty Towers.