PRESS RELEASE: LCP announces performer lineup for one-night-only Disney benefit concert

TUESDAY, JULY 18, 2017 - Lake Country Playhouse announced the performer line up for its annual benefit concert, Lake Country Sings…, this year featuring the magical music of Walt Disney. This one night only benefit event showcases tunes from over twenty Disney favorites sung by nearly 50 of Lake Country’s greatest talents. Lake Country Sings Disney is directed by LCP veteran Nate C. Adams, with music direction by Jim Van Deusen.

Performers scheduled to appear:
Chris Adams, Nate C. Adams, Katie Behrend Berg, Molly Bogie, Ava Bush, Nicholas Callan Haubner, Rob Carrol, Angela Christopherson, Marann Curtis, Michelle De La Matter, Marcee Doherty, Lexi Ellis, Elizabeth Feyrer Bagley, Josh Figurski, Joe Gallo, Paula Garcia, Kat Geersten, Shawn Holmes, Katie Katschke, Calynn Klohn, Jake Koch, Stacy Kolafa, Barb Lancelle, Ami Majeskie, Nathan Marinan, Lily Miller, Kathryn Rae Mooers, Joe Nolan, Bryan Noll, Matthew Northey, Jaime Nyland, Maddie Olson, Nora Perugini, Alyssa Proell, Matt Ragalie, Lily Rott, Maggie Rott, Colleen Schulz, Danny Slattery, Shannon Sprung, Ben Tajnai, Sarah Tajnai, Gwen Ter Haar, Anna Vifquain, Rachel Visser, Isaac Visser, Tammy Vrba, and Allie Wojciechowski.

Lake Country Sings Disney celebrates the magical music of the wonderful world of Disney. Featuring lost gems, beloved classics, and new favorites from over 20 movies, this one-night-only benefit concert and auction will feature the best talent Lake Country has to offer! All proceeds to benefit the Your LCP Campaign – a project to renovate LCP’s historic home on Capitol Drive and ensure the future of community theatre in Hartland.

The 2017-2018 Season at Lake Country Playhouse celebrates multitudes of strength, with productions this season all sharing similar thematic elements including the inner strength required to choose and take control of your destiny, the strength of family bonds, and the strength to love yourself and accept you deserve to be loved in return.LCP Board President Sandra Renick says,” There's a lot happening at Lake Country Playhouse, and we could not be more excited. As we begin our 58th Season producing exceptional community theatre in Lake Country, we also begin building the next chapter and future of live theatre in Hartland. We're so happy you're joining us.”

Tickets for the 2017-2018 Season are on sale now. The season's full production artistic leadership and casting has yet to be announced. All performances take place at Lake Country Playhouse, 221 E Capitol Drive, Hartland, WI. For more information, please visit

AT A GLANCE (in chronological order): “Lake Country Sings Disney” (Sept 15); “Little Women” (Oct 5-22, 2017); “Little Women, Youth Cast (Oct 27-29, 2017); “A Christmas Carol” (Nov 30-Dec 10, 2017); “37 Postcards” (Jan 26-Feb 11, 2018); “Hear My Song: The Music of Jason Robert Brown, Mar 16-18, 2018); “The Bridges of Madison County (April 5-22, 2018); “Unnecessary Farce” (May 18-June 3, 2018); “First Date” (July 6-22, 2018); “Pirates of the Curry Bean” (July 26-29, 2018); “The Pirates of Penzance” (Aug 2-12, 2018).

In its 58th Season, Lake Country Playhouse is committed to providing exceptional theatre to the Lake Country area, as well as a wide range of educational opportunities to hundreds of students each year. With focused artistic vision and fiscal stewardship, we nurture young artists, develop new works, and redefine the classics in our intimate signature style.

Located in the heart of downtown Hartland, Lake Country Playhouse is a cleverly converted Masonic Lodge that houses an intimate black box theatre, scenic, paint, and costume shops, and The Playhouse Performing Arts Academy. Together, this facility serves as a vibrant artistic hub in Lake Country which produces compelling dramas, powerful classics, full scale musicals, an annual production of A Christmas Carol, and exceptional youth programming in an intimate, signature style. Under the leadership of the Board of Directors, Lake Country Playhouse aims to entertain, educate, and engage audiences as the recognized home for theatre in Hartland.