Small screen characters and Wisconsin history are brought to life in this hilarious new musical comedy.
Frankly Green Bay and Diamonds and Gold present Let Me Be Frank Productions' newest musical comedy, “Something Stinks in Kaukauna."
Our story takes place at the Grignon Mansion in the heart of Kaukauna. Ever since Mrs. Grignon put her land up for sale, there have been sightings of the Askeaton Corn Monster, and the usual smell of Kaukauna has worsened. The gang from Scooby Doo has come to town for the annual festival — the No Picnic Picnic. When they arrive they find the once famous festival has been canceled due to noxious fumes. The gang befriends Mrs. Grignon and tries to help solve the caper of the Askeaton Corn Monster and the cause of the potent smell in the area. It's the '60s in Kaukauna and Scooby Dooby Dude, Shaggy, Fred, Velma and Daphne are ready to investigate.
Let Me Be Frank Productions is pleased to welcome back alum Jack Janowicz for this show. Jack has been performing in Los Angeles for the past 3 years and is thrilled to return to the Let Me Be Frank stage once again. Jack is best known for making it to Hollywood on the hit show, “American Idol." He currently works at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif.
“Something Stinks in Kaukauna" opens Friday, April 6 with a benefit for JAS House, an organization providing stability and structure for youth who are transitioning to independence but aren't yet ready to be on their own. On opening night, $10 of every paid ticket goes to this wonderful organization in our community. “Something Stinks in Kaukauna" runs at the Meyer Theatre April 6 – April 28, Thursday – Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. There is an additional matinee at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 21. For tickets go to ticketstaronline.com or call (920) 494-3401.
An off-site performance of “Something Stinks in Kaukauna" will take place on Wednesday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the Capitol Civic Centre in Manitowoc. For tickets go to cccshows.org or call (920) 683-2184.
Cast includes Kasey Schumacher as Mrs. Grignon, Amy Riemer as Daphne, Lisa Borley as Velma, Tom Verbrick as Scooby Dooby Dude, Michael O'Malley as Shaggy, Frank Hermans as Fred, Jack Janowicz as Farmer Langlade and Pat Hibbard as Sheriff Smith. Band includes Tony Pilz, keyboards; Adam Cain, percussion; Dennis Panneck, guitars; and Pat Hibbard, bass.
“This Is My Song" — Petula Clark
“Top of the World" — The Carpenters
“I Feel the Earth Move" — Carole King
“Someday Soon" — Judy Collins
“I Was Made to Love Her (Him)" — Stevie Wonder
“Pleasant Valley Sunday" — The Monkees
“Little Bit O' Soul" — Music Explosion
“That Smell" — Lynyrd Skynyrd
“Come Back When You Grow Up" — Bobby Vee
“(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" — Rolling Stones
“Run to Me" — Bee Gees
“If I Can Dream" — Elvis Presley
“Stop and Smell the Roses" — Mac Davis
“Jumpin' Jack Flash" — Aretha Franklin
“It's Getting Better" — Mama Cass
“Don't Rain on My Parade" — Barbra Streisand
“Like a Rolling Stone" — Bob Dylan
“Classical Gas" — Mason Williams
“The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore" — The Walker Brothers
“Superstition" — Stevie Wonder