Ted Laitner, Bill Parsons and Wendy Halloran Recognized for Service to Peninsula Players Theatre

The Board of Directors of Peninsula Players Theatre, America’s oldest professional resident summer theater, recently honored Wendy Halloran, Ted Laitner and Bill Parsons for their service as members of the theater’s board of directors.  At August’s board meeting, Board President Jill Herlache presented Laitner and Parsons with a plaque for their combined 49 years of volunteer service and dedication to philanthropic giving.  Laitner and Parsons served through the theater’s first major capital campaign to build a new stage house and audience pavilion in 2005-2006 and, along with Halloran, during the recent campaign for new intern and staff housing. Laitner served for 29 years, Parsons for 21 and Halloran for four years.

Peninsula Players Theatre 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 88 years, the theater has become a Door County landmark and cornerstone arts institution, attracting audience members nationwide.  To learn more about Peninsula Players Theatre, visit www.peninsulaplayers.com.