Winneshiek Players is an organization of people devoted to the development and enjoyment of the theatre arts, had it's origins in 1916. On April 28th of that year a production of "Arms and the Man" was given in the Orpheum Theater, on North Chicago Avenue, for the benefit of The Associated Charities of Freeport. The cast included such familiar Freeport names as Scott, Knowlton, Steenrod, Trueblood, Rosenstiel and Reinhold, and they enjoyed the experience so much they decided to continue.
Very good play. Excellent theater
A Freeport tradition. Lovely old theater, local folks in new and old productions. Always fun.
Very nice small theater completely operated from donations and volunteers. Surprisingly good talent for a small town!
Loved the play "dixieland swim club".
L A Symons
It's a great little theater.