Players Returns to the ’60s

The next episode of Peninsula Players Presents will recall some of the company members who delighted audiences during the mid- to late 1960s. From 1964 through 1989, the following company members, including Lorinne Vozoff, worked on nearly 100 shows at the theater. 

Lynn Bilek started as an apprentice in 1964 and earned her Equity card. Charles Likar also began as an apprentice in 1964 and eventually directed more than 20 plays for the theater.

In 1962, actress, singer and dancer Dounia Rathbone made her Broadway debut in Little Me with Sid Caesar and choreographed by Bob Fosse. She performed 14 more roles at Peninsula Players Theatre.

Carl Bensen’s career went from burlesques to Broadway and beyond. He acted in and directed shows including A Case of Libel and Forty Carats. Dennis Kennedy was a patron favorite for nearly 20 years, portraying many comic characters with his acute timing.Want to watch previous episodes of Peninsula Players Presents? Visit

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