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The Rainmaker
by N. Richard Nash

February 15-17 & 21-25, 2024
(Runtime 2 hours 37minutes)

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The Curry family is desperate for rain. Their cattle are dying, and they are slowly giving up all hope. Their sister Lizzie is even giving up her dream to be happily married, and her prospects are not very hopeful. The family is on their last leg for everything.

Until a young self-proclaimed “Rainmaker” named Starbuck comes to the ranch, claiming he is the answer to saving the ranch. 

This Romantic Dramatic Comedy by N. Richard Nash is filled love for family, the search for romance, and the ability to find hope in the bleakest situation. Come and see if love and hope rains true!

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Box Office Hours:

Monday through Thursday 9am-1pm 

  • except during a show day. On show days our office hours are 2 hours prior to showtime.

  • 122 N. Chestnut Ave, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

  • P.O. Box 2333

Our box office hours Feb 20th- Feb 27th:

– Tuesday, Feb. 20: 9:00am-1:00pm
– Wednesday, Feb. 21: 9:00am-10:45am, 1:30pm-4:00pm, 5:30pm-7:30pm
– Thursday, Feb. 22: 9:00am-1:00pm
– Friday, Feb. 23: 5:30pm-7:30pm
– Saturday, Feb. 24: 2:00pm-4:00pm
– Sunday, Feb. 25: 2:00pm-4:00pm
– Monday, Feb. 26: CLOSED
– Tuesday, Feb. 27: 9:00am-1:00pm (normal office hours resume

Important Note

Green Bay Community Theater does not reschedule or cancel performances due to inclement weather. Please, call as we sometimes make exceptions based on the situation. All sales are final. We do not issue refunds or allow rebookings for tickets that were booked and not used.

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Thank you!
To the cast and crew of The Christmas Express for a beautiful start to the holiday season!

Readers Theater Announcement!

The House of Bernarda Alba: A Drama About Women in the Villages of Spain,
By Federico Garcia Lorca, adapted in English by Emily Mann.


When: March 9th at 4pm
Where: At 122 N. Chestnut Ave, Green Bay
Cost: Free to the public!

After the death of her husband, Bernarda Alba imposes a traditional mourning period of eight years on her household. Bernarda has always ruled her house with an iron fist and kept her five daughters on short chains. Now that she is the sole dictator, her daughters are left with no escape from her oppression. As the eldest daughter inherits, she attracts a suitor, which ignites jealousy and passion in her younger sisters. Each of them must cope with their mother’s violence, family secrets and repressed desires, but when the youngest sister decides to break free at all costs, her actions threaten to destroy them all.

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More Staged Readers Theater Titles Will Be Announced Later This Year!
-Thank You!-

(There is no reserved seating for play readings.)

(Readers' Theater is Pay What You Can General Admission)

Readers' Theater is made possible by a grant from The Green Bay Packers Foundation.


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