Diamonds and Gold and the Meyer Theatre present Let Me Be Frank Productions’ all-new comedy musical “The Frankstones.” Let Me Be Frank Productions make their return to the Meyer Theatre Friday, July 31, at 7:30 pm with a benefit for the Green Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau. For the opening night performance of “The Frankstones,” $10 of every sold ticket goes to this valuable organization in N. E. WI.  Other 7:30 pm shows are as follows:  Saturday, August 1, Thursday, August 6, Friday, August 7, Saturday, August 8, Thursday, August 13, Friday, August 14, and Saturday, August 15.  Three matinee performances will take place at 1 pm on Saturday, August 8, Thursday, August 13, and Saturday, August 15, respectively.

To ensure the safety of our patrons and cast, the Meyer Theatre is implementing updated health and social distancing standards. For complete details, visit the Keeping You Safe procedures from The Meyer Theatre.  In order to feel safe while attending events at the Meyer Theatre, we will be following these guidelines:

  • Capacity will be limited to 25% of occupancy
  • Staff will wear face masks
  • Brown County, Meyer and Backstage guidelines will be posted throughout the building
  • Social distance seating will be in place when the ticket is purchased.
  • Upper mezzanine will be open for general admission seating
  • Social distance ticket office, restroom and concession lines will be in place
  • Hand sanitizers will be available throughout the building
  • Staff will sanitize the high traffic areas throughout the show
  • Doors for events will open an extra 30 minutes before regular door times
  • Meyer Theatre and Backstage will be sanitized after every event
  • Guests will be asked to leave the event from back to front
  • There will be no meet and greets with guests in the lobby or back of house
  • Merchandise will not be sold in the lobby. Online buying will be recommended

For tickets, please go to to reserve your tickets or purchase at the door of the Meyer Theatre. Doors will open 90 minutes prior to a performance solely for ticketing purposes.

That being said, here’s the story of “The Frankstones”…

Mr. Slate calls Fred and Barney to his office and announces his retirement. He tells the boys that one of them will be his replacement at the quarry and become the Grand Poobah of the Loyal Order of the Water Buffalo Lodge. The boys misunderstand and think they are both being promoted. A cotillion is set up to celebrate Mr. Slate’s retirement. Also, there is a conflict with Pebbles, Bamm Bamm, and Rock Hardley. Pebbles is a senior at Prinstone University who happens to be interning at the William Morestone agency. She is in charge of hiring entertainment acts for the retirement party. Bamm Bamm is sick of his job flipping burgers at Bronto-King. He assumes he and his band are shoo-ins for the party since Pebbles is his girlfriend. However, there is tension because Pebbles is smitten with a rock star Rock Hardley. Hilarity ensues.

Cast:  Frank Hermans (Fred), Pat Hibbard (Barney), Amy Riemer (Wilma), Lisa Borley (Betty), Tom Verbrick (Mr. Slate), Sarah Hibbard (Pebbles), Blake Hermans (Rock Hardly), Zach Hibbard (Bamm- Bamm), Dennis Pannek (Guitars and Caveman #1), Jeff Arnold (Keyboards and Caveman #2), Adam Cain (Drums and Caveman #3)

Song List:

Papa Was a Rolling Stone-The Temptations

Jailhouse Rock-Elvis Presley

The Cover of the Rolling Stone-Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show

Walk the Dinosaur-Was Not Was

I Love Rock n Roll-Joan Jett

Fire-Pointer Sisters

Stone in Love-The Stylistics

Rock Me Baby-Tina Turner

Stone in Love-Journey

Rock with You-Michael Jackson

(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone-The Monkees

Light My Fire-Rhetta Hughes

Rock Me Amadeus-Falco

Rock On-Michael Damian

Rock & Roll Fantasy-Bad Company

Rock Steady-The Whispers

So You Want to be a Rock & Roll Star-Tom Petty

Fire-Jimmy Hendrix

Life is a Rock (But the Radio Rolled Me)-Reunion


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