Beloved Laguna Playhouse artist Nathan Gunn invites you to join him and his wife Julie as they bring their original cabaret performance to support their home theatre, the South Bend Civic Theatre (virtual) stage.
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Quarantine Phrases! Celebrate the upcoming productions of Kim's Convenience and A Shayna Maidel by learning to translate your favorite Quarantine Phrases! Joined by celebrity event and wedding planner Kevin Lee and Yiddish theatre actress Rivka Seiden. Check it out here.
Shakespeare’s Fool This song comes from a lesser know Shakespearean work that was believed to have been originally written for a performance in front of Queen Elizabeth. Talk about Queen of Queens... Here Jason Feddy brings you “Queen of Queens” from Love's Labour's Lost Act IV, Scene III.
Shakespeare’s Fool This song tells the story of a young lover telling his love not to wait for the perfect man to sweep her off her feet, but rather to settle for him. Relatable, right? Here Jason Feddy brings you “O Mistress Mine” from Twelfth Night Act II, Scene III.
Erika and Brent Schindele are no strangers to the Playhouse stage, each having been in a number of shows. Brent and Erika bring you "The Heather on the Hill," from Lerner and Loewe’s classic musical Brigadoon, about two American tourists who stumble upon a mysterious Scottish village. Check it out here.
Shakespeare’s Fool This song is actually one of Shakespeare’s more famous songs, ironically in one of his least familiar plays. Here Jason Feddy brings you “Fear No More” from Cymbeline Act IV, Scene II.
Erika and Brent Schindele brings us a wonderful mash-up of "Ain’t Misbehavin’” and "Can’t Help Lovin’ that Man" in their second edition. Click here to listen to their version and listen to a little behind the scenes history.
Shakespeare’s Fool Did you know there are songs in the plays of Shakespeare? Critically acclaimed English musician Jason Feddy brings you “The Gravedigger” from Hamlet Act V, Scene I.
Erika and Brent Schindele are no strangers to the Playhouse stage, each having been in a number of shows. Check out their rendition of "Not a Day Goes By," from Merrily We Roll Along, by Stephen Sondheim here.
Lonesome Traveler Getting us through this Play-at-Home period is the wonderful folk stylings of The Lonesome Traveler gang. We’re excited to be offering a sneak peek what these talented cast members are doing while they’re playing at home.
Shakespeare’s Fool Jason Feddy brings "Blessings On You” from The Tempest Act IV, Scene I.
Shakespeare’s Fool No stranger to the Playhouse stage, English born actress Ava Burton performs Gertrude from Hamlet Act 4, Scene 7. She brings some tragic news.
Molly Bergman 17 year old singer/songwriter Molly Bergman (and daughter to Rita Rudner) Molly has performed with both Rita and the Sister Catechism Christmas show. Here she performs one of her original pieces.