Peninsula Players’ ‘The 39 Steps’ On Stage through Oct. 17

Peninsula Players Theatre announces new curtain times for its 2016 fall season with 7 pm evening performances and 3 pm matinees on select Sundays to its performances of the wildly comic thriller, The 39 Steps by Patrick Barlow, running through Oct. 17.

This engaging Tony Award-winning adventure is a fast-paced boisterous comedy featuring 150 characters from Alfred Hitchcock’s classic film performed by a ridiculously talented cast of three men and one woman.

“Patrons arrive early for the performances at Peninsula Players to enjoy the shoreline view from our charming location while enjoying the amenities of the Luna Bar and Canteen,” said Brian Kelsey the Peninsula Players managing director. “Adjusting the curtain times on Sundays for The 39 Steps allows patrons to continue to savor the Players experience they’ve come to relish in the summer.”

The 39 Steps is filled with dangerous femme fatales, dastardly villains, deadly assassins and lightning-fast costume changes.

“The Sunday 3 pm performance time is new for the Players this fall,” Kelsey said. “In past seasons we have scheduled Sunday 4 pm matinees around the Green Bay Packer schedule. We hope by moving the matinee time to 3 pm on select Sundays it will provide additional daylight travel time to and from the theater for travelers.”

The 39 Steps will be performed through Oct. 16 on Tuesdays through Saturdays at 7 pm; Sunday, Sept. 25 at 7 pm; and Sundays Oct. 2, 9 and Oct. 16 at 3 pm. Individual tickets are $37/$40/$43. For more information, visit or call 920.868.3287.


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