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Premiere of MPTV's “Around the Corner with John McGivern”
The Mayor’s Office warmly invites the Waukesha Community to the premiere of MPTV's “Around the Corner with John McGivern” featuring Waukesha!
The premiere will be on Monday, February 18 at 6:30 pm at the Waukesha Civic Theater.
- Local resident Carol LePien assisted in setting up this premiere
- Special thanks to those who are donating for refreshments for this event: Chartwell's Dining Services, Waukesha State Bank, Alo Chocolate, Montecito, Rochester Deli and Waukesha Civic Theatre
- Waukesha citizens in this series include: Nancy Mueller (from the Spring City garden Club), Sara Huelsman (student), Roger and Carrie Igielski (from Allo Chocolate), Wayne and Carol Lepien (residents), Rick Wise (from Wise Art Glass), George Wang (from Waukesha Tattoo), Lori Lester (from Sloppy Joe’s Soda Foundation), Kirsten Lee Villegas (from Waukesha County Museum), Ben Janzow (Lead Singer of Dirty Boogie), James and Jeff Oberholtzer (from Generations at 5 Points), Karen White (from Little Swiss Clock Shop), Brad Kleman and Kathy Nighbor (from Frank’s Sewing Center), Jeff Scrima (Mayor), Dan Vrakas (County Executive), Jeff Campbell (from Jest for Fun Joke Shop), Bill Yorth (from The Freeman), Laura Sholts (from Cake Pops By Design), Steve Crandell (Community Development Director), Gina Ricker (from High Roller Fun Rentals), Doug Hastad (from Carroll University), and Dr. Walter Sava.
For more information about John McGivern, the series and community showings see: http://www.mptv.org/localshows/around_the_corner/
It’s free and open to the public.
More About Waukesha Civic Theatre
Currently under Managing Artistic Director John Cramer, the WCT is Waukesha's first choice for quality, live entertainment since 1957. This is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to provide quality live theatre performances and educational programs that will enrich, challenge and entertain both participants and audience members. The theatre not only puts on a regular rotation of entertainment for the community, but is also instrumental in the development of the performing arts within the community itself by offering theatre programs to youth and adults. Young people throughout the Waukesha community flex their creative muscles and have a heightened sense of cultural literacy through involvement in a variety of theatrical experiences lead by Doug Jarecki, the WCT Educationa and Outreach Administrator. There are opportunities for adults and the whole family to test their adventure in performing.