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Performance to celebrate the music of Judy Garland

BANGOR - Penobscot Theatre Company will cap off its much anticipated holiday production ofThe Wizard of Ozby taking audiences over the rainbow and into the world of the star who brought Dorothy to life on film.'LEGENDS: The Music of Judy Garland'will be at The Bangor Opera House for one evening only,December 31, New Year's Eve, with performances at5:00 pm and 8:00 pm. Part cabaret, part concert, the show will feature acclaimed vocalist Kelly Caufield singing new arrangements of beloved tunes including'Somewhere Over the Rainbow,' 'Stormy Weather,' 'Johnny One Note,' and 'Come Rain or Come Shine.'

Published in Press Releases
Tuesday, 19 August 2014 20:30

Angels and demons, music and mayhem

A preview of Penobscot Theatre Company's 2014-2015 season

BANGOR The Penobscot Theatre Company is gearing up for its 41st season. Bangor's only professional theater company has six shows slated to bring the Bangor Opera House stage to life in 2014-2015.

Published in Cover Story
Tuesday, 13 August 2013 21:16

Scenes & Songs' takes the stage

BANGOR One of the area's performing arts highlights is soon to take place at the Bangor Opera House.

Penobscot Theatre Company is set to present its annual Scenes & Songs preview event on Thursday, Aug. 22 at 7 p.m. Tickets to the event are free; you can reserve up to four tickets either by emailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or by calling the box office at 942-3333.

'Scenes & Songs is perhaps the most popular event of our season,' said Artistic Director Bari Newport. 'I am thrilled to announce that ghastly golf pants, ghosts and ghouls, dancing bears, charming princes, Tony winners, world premieres, and an enduring classic are all a part of PTC's 40th anniversary season. We look forward to sharing snippets from all of our upcoming productions."

Published in Happenings

PTC production offers weird, wild trip to the Florida swamps

BANGOR We are not alone in the universe at least, not according to some eccentrics living in the swamps of Florida.

That's part of the story behind 'The Sugar Bean Sisters,' a play by Nathan Sanders. Penobscot Theatre Company is presenting their production of the show a Maine premiere through Feb. 17 at the Bangor Opera House.

It's the tale of the Nettles sisters, two spinsters living out their days in their deceased father's shack in the town of Sugar Bean, Florida. There's Willie May (Irene Dennis), a born-again Mormon who supports their little family by way of her 'grapefruit fortune,' a settlement for an injury she received while working at a citrus plant. And then there's Faye Clementine (A.J. Mooney), a woman whose main claim to fame is an appearance on the cover of 'The Weekly World News' after a UFO sighting 20 years ago.

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