Peninsula Players Theatre, in conjunction with its production of “Ghost The Musical,” by Bruce Joel Rubin, Dave Stewart and Glen Ballard, will host intuitive reader Penny Slusher for a free pre-show seminar Friday, August 9 in the theater at 6:30 p.m. Slusher will share her experience as an intuitive reader, helping people see more clearly into their lives and aiding them to find new ways of moving forward. Tickets to performances are available; admission to the pre-show seminar is free.
Intuitive readers, such as Slusher, tune into ‘blockages’ that may prevent people from moving forward in their lives. Readers use raw impressions to begin discussions of new possibilities and perspectives on matters of importance.
Oda Mae Brown is one of the main characters in “Ghost The Musical” who acts as a conduit between two young lovers, Sam and Molly, after Sam’s tragic and untimely death. Oda Mae must first accept she can communicate with Sam before she can keep Molly from danger while helping Sam avenge his death.
Slusher’s readings are confidential and she uses empathic impressions. She hosts down to earth readings in a calm space, just two people in a friendly conversation in which she shares her thoughts and feelings. Slusher uses a deck of regular playing cards to focus further intuitive perceptions. “It’s a bit like an old radio dial, not knowing what you’ll pick up,” she said.
“Ghost The Musical” performs through August 18 and is sponsored by Alibi Marina and Harbor Guest House with support from The Cordon Family Foundation.
Peninsula Players Theatre is committed to providing educational programming for the community. The Players has a long history of educational initiatives, including an intern program that dates back to the founding days of the theater in the 1930s. The theater offers backstage tours and post-show discussions as listed in the program and website. Contact the Box Office at 920-868-3287 for more information on free seminars, tours or to purchase tickets.
Peninsula Players is America’s oldest professional resident summer theater and is unique in the country for its diverse productions, continuing loyalty to a resident company and its beautiful setting of 16 wooded acres along the cedar-lined shores of Green Bay. In the past 84 years, the theater has become a Door County landmark and its cornerstone arts institution, attracting audience members from throughout Wisconsin and across the country.