The cast of the summer show at Victorian Village includes six PHS alumni and students.
Posted June 25, 2018
Six current and former Plymouth High School students are part of the cast of the Victorian Village Resort summer show this year.
Pankratz Arts Exchange, a local non-profit arts organization established in 2011, is presenting “Body Movin’” in the theater at the resort, located at 276 Victorian Village Drive, Elkhart Lake.
This musical revue travels through time with tunes for all generations. It features a talented cast of local performers, including PHS alumni Paul Hammes, Destiny Henschel, Matthew Klemm, and Delaney Scudella; and junior-to-be Jordyn Anderson. Bennett Josephs, who will be a senior at PHS this fall, is an alternate.
“Body Movin’” will be presented at 7:30 p.m. every Wednesday (except July 4) through Aug. 29. Tickets cost $18 in advance for adults ($20 at the door) and $9 for children ages 5 to 12 ($10 at the door), and are available online at pae.ticketleap.com or by contacting the front desk at Victorian Village Resort at (920) 876-3323.
Dining is available before shows at two of the resort's restaurants, Back Porch Bistro and The Tiki Bar; reservations are required at (920) 876-3323.
Pankratz Arts Exchange takes pride in offering high-quality productions using special-effect lighting, a pristine sound system, and a multitude of costumes, along with highly qualified choreographers and directors. The organization relies solely on sponsors, donors, and the support of the community.
• Visit the Pankratz Arts Exchange website.
• Visit the Victorian Village website.
• Explore The Arts section of our award-winning District Report Card to learn more about the extensive and varied performance opportunities available to our students.