Frankly Green Bay and Diamonds and Gold present Let Me Be Franks 19th Season with six all-new musical comedies at the Meyer Theatre.
“Submarine Races, Manty” (Feb. 2 – 24) — It's the 1940s and the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company is going to make submarines … uh, sandwiches? The brass is coming to town to see what the submarine races are really about.
“Something Stinks in Kaukauna” (April 6 – 28) — Ever wonder what that aroma is when you get a little south of Green Bay on I-41? Well, we know the culprit. It's a “who done it” in Kaukauna and it could be a ghost!
“Franksmoke” (June 8 – 23) — According to Marshall Frank Dillon only classic country music should be played in saloons, but some up-and-comers want the new country music played. It's a Loretta Lynn vs. Reba McEntire feud.
“The Freedom Train 1976” (July 13 – Aug. 4) — The year is 1976 and a number of Washington Street business have fallen to the wrecking ball to make way for the Port Plaza Mall. 1976 also marked the U.S. bicentennial and the arrival of the American Freedom Train in Green Bay.
“Ghosts of Maribel Caves” (Sept. 21 – Oct. 13) — The new owners of “the caves” want to make them a tourist destination but there's a problem: ghosts! Never fear, ghost hunters are on the job. Are these haunting phantoms real or a gimmick to bring in customers?
“A Frank's Christmas” (Nov. 30 – Dec. 23) — It's a Norman Rockwell Christmas in the early part of the 20th century — a time when Christmas trees are adorned with cranberries, candles and popcorn. You've got to love nostalgia.
Season tickets for the 2018 season are on sale now and just $150 — a savings of $48. That's all six shows for only $150! To purchase, call Cindy Rasmussen at 920-676-8883.