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Winneshiek Players

228 West Clark Street
815-232-7023

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.



Reviews

Elaine Myers

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Tuesday, June 26, 2018
My group really enjoyed it. Mostly relatives of Zachary (Prof. Plum) but really, it was funny, no swearing, clean and up beat. The whole cast was "on" that Friday. A group from our congregation is coming Sat. So we're looking forward to it.

Cathie Kentner

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Friday, May 25, 2018
Saw She Kills Monsters. Wonderful play, great actors. Beautiful interior. Wonderful hidden gem.

aubrey Olson

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Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Older theater that is small, about 200 seats, but does good job of acting for an all volunteer theater.

Kathy Bookman

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Saturday, April 7, 2018
Just went to Of Mice and Men. We went last Saturday night & it was so good we went again tonight. What talent!! The whole cast was amazing. Bravo!!

Kelly Knapp

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Tuesday, April 10, 2018
I Love this little jewel of Freeport. Such a talented and dedicated team. Never disappointed. Bravo!

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