Peninsula Players Series Visits 1950s

In the next installment of Peninsula Players Presents, hosts Greg Vinkler and Audra Baakari Boyle discuss the mid-1950s, when Caroline Fisher supported the March of Dimes and its anti-polio campaign; and for the first time, the theater extended a show and performed it for two weeks. Caroline Fisher and her husband, Rodion Rathbone, became the theater’s owners and producers in 1953.To get more information about this program and the whole Peninsula Players Presents series, visit

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