2014 Season – Celebrating 36 YEARS!


fanny-hill-elvis-showELVIS: THE ESSENCE OF THE KING    

January 23 – March 2

Elvis is in the building! Again! That’s right, the King is back at Fanny Hill! George Thomas performs one of the top Elvis shows in the country. It’s a fun, high energy tribute to the King of Rock ‘n Roll. The show spans Elvis’s entire career and will please die-hard fans and  the uninitiated alike.

 

 

LOMBARDI

 March 13 – April 13            

Sport produces great human drama and there is no greater sports icon than Vince Lombardi. One of the most inspirational and quotable personalities of all time. Few know the real story of Lombardi the man—his inspirations, his passions and ability to drive people to achieve.

                

beerBEER FOR BREAKFAST     

April 24 – June 22                            

Four middle-aged buddies reunite for a “guys’ weekend”. One of them doesn’t show up… but his wife does. An epic struggles ensues: will man be judged the superior sex or will woman prevail? And more importantly, if Doritos are made of corn, why can’t they be considered a serving of vegetables?

 

 

 

church ladiesCHURCH BASEMENT LADIES: THE SECOND HELPING   

 July 10 – August 24                            

The ladies are servin’ it up again in a musical sequel. The year is 1969.  As folks protest the Vietnam War and woman are demanding equal pay for equal work, in their small rural Minnesota community, the ladies of the Lutheran church basement kitchen deal with changes of their own.

 

 

mysteryIT’S A MYSTERY TO ME  

September 11 – November 2                                 

Rudy Poznarski is at it again! Our hero has won a Caribbean cruise but there is something “fishy” going on and Rudy is front row center for all
the onboard intrigue. Who is the infamous Muumuu Lady? Does Rudy forgo the shuffleboard finals to save the world? From stem to stern, this show is pure fun!

 

 

 

Greatest Story Ever ToldEVERY CHRISTMAS STORY EVER TOLD

November 13 – January 11, 2015      

Instead of performing Charles Dickens’ beloved holiday classic for the umpteenth time, a theatre company decides to perform every Christmas story ever told — plus Christmas traditions from around the world, seasonal icons from ancient times to topical pop-culture, and every carol.