Three Shows Open at Northern Sky

Jamie Mercado, Lachrisa Grandberry, and Anna Cline in Tongue ‘n Cheek. Photo by Len Villano.

Thirty years ago, Northern Sky Theater premiered Tongue ’n Cheek, its first book musical. This summer, the theater is remounting the show at its Peninsula State Park stage, with three performers from the original production joining new actors.

Northern Sky’s new show, Not Even Remotely, has also opened at its new Gould indoor theater and creative center. The two-person show follows Chris and Sam, who have been planning a lavish musical version of Frankenstein. When rehearsals are suddenly shut down, they must perform an online version instead.

Katie Dahl’s first Northern Sky experience was seeing Tongue ’n Cheek as an eight-year-old in 1991, and now she’s previewing her new musical, The Fisherman’s Daughter, on the Northern Sky stage and online.

Northern Sky ( has received permission to move to full capacity at Peninsula State Park. Those who have purchased tickets and have questions or concerns about seating may contact the box office to discuss options.

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