American Players Theatre
5950 Golf Course Road
P.O. Box 819
Spring Green, WI 53588
Box Office: 608-588-2361
Just two weeks ago, we had our very first rehearsal (seen above), and in just three and a half weeks, the first performance of The Rivals will hit the Hill Stage. So since time is clearly flying, we figured it's time for a (very succinct) update in The Road Back.
It’s been a month since our last installment of The Road Back, and just four weeks to go before rehearsals begin. So it seems a good time for a few updates, including some casting changes. Read all about it here!
James Ridge (Rough Crossing, 2021) emotes for us as we contemplate the return to our beloved rotating rep! Read more about what that means, and how APT is working through COVID protocols in this week's Road Back.
2022 brings a return to The Road Back. Read on for the latest happenings at the theater, and what's in store for 2022. Photo credit: Colleen Madden, Casey Hoekstra & James Ridge illustrating our measured-yet-enthusiastic approach to 2022. Photo by Hannah Jo Anderson.
Learn more about the new guidelines and the reasons behind them in this week's The Road Back.
With new guidance from the unions we work with, and the local government, we thought now would be an ideal time to recap the rules in place, and the changes to come July 1 (including the new Facemask Fridays).
Though it was just two short weeks ago that we announced that regular installments of "The Road Back" series would come to an end. But we reserved the right to come back to it with important changes, and we have some news important enough to bring the series out of retirement. Read more in this week's return to "The Road Back."
The Mountaintop (featuring Gavin Lawrence and Sola Thompson, seen here in rehearsal) opens next week! In-person tickets to this particular play are very limited, but there's another option: "APT at Home" digital plays! Read all about this new service in this week's The Road Back.
Rehearsals this year won't look much like this one from The Book of Will in the simpler times of 2019. Director Tim Ocel returns this season to help An Improbable Fiction. We'll see what's changed and what's the same in this week's "The Road Back. Photo by Hannah Jo Anderson.
It's been a tick since we've updated you on the state of the shows. Check out this week's The Road Back to see how the first two plays moved from theory to a reality that will allow these two actors to play these two characters on stage very soon.