2020 Season Tickets
2020 Season Tickets – CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FRANK!
Let Me Be Frank Productions is thrilled to be sharing our 21st season of entertainment!
Season tickets are now on sale for our 2020 season of shows.
The 2020 lineup includes the following performances:
Hamilton Ltd. – The Musical — January 31-February 22, 2020. Hamilton Industries dates back to the eighties – the 1880s, that is! It was founded by J.E. Hamilton, the maker of wood type for letterpress printing. It’s Hamilton the musical meets Hamilton the business. Hits from all decades!
Menoma Mia — April 3-25, 2020. Three possible dads: A Yooper, a FIB and a Canadian. Sounds like a joke, but it’s our musical. Music from the 1970s and, of course, ABBA.
Baxters – Where Everybody Knows Your Name — June 5-20, 2020. Remember Baxters? In the 1980s they were located in Sheboygan, Oshkosh, Appleton, Madison and Green Bay, kind of a TGIFridays rip-off. It was the first place to serve cheese and bacon skins, chimis, deep dish pizza and zucchini sticks. Frank was a waiter there, so you know we’ve got some food, I mean good, stories to tell. Music from the 1980s.
The Frankstones — July 17-August 15, 2020. In the town of Red Granite live the Frankstones, and yes, they work in the Red Granite quarry. Frank and Wilma, Barney and Betty, Bam Bam and Pebbles, and yes…Mr. Slate are all here. Music from the late 1960s.
Sputnik Manitowoc — September 18-October 10, 2020. A piece of Sputnik fell on the city of Manitowoc in 1962 right outside the Rahr-West Art Museum. The Russians want it back and send their best to retrieve it. Do they succeed? You’ll have to find out. Music from the early 1960s.
A Frank’s Christmas — December 4-23, 2020. A Northeast Wisconsin holiday tradition! The entire Franks gang will be making spirits bright with the sounds of the season. Join us for our 21st annual Christmas show!
Beginning in the 2020 season we will have a new starting time too! All evening shows at the Meyer Theatre will begin at 7:30pm.
Season tickets make a perfect gift for the holiday season — it’s a gift that keeps giving the entire year! Enjoy 6 shows for the price of 5 as season tickets are $160 per season ticket customer. Contact Cindy at (920) 676-8883 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
We also offer Flex Pack tickets for the season for $270. A Let Me Be Frank 10 show flex pack is a pack of 10 vouchers to use in any combination for the six 2020 season shows. One voucher equals one ticket. You can save more than 20% in ticket prices. Tickets can be redeemed at Ticket Star for the date show and seat of your choice. Sounds like another great gift!
In addition, “Frank’s Dinner Theatre” is returning! Enjoy dinner and a show at the Backstage at the Meyer. “Girls on Thin Ice” featuring the ladies of LMBF will take place March 12-15 and “Who Killed Al/Alice Capone” will take place November 12-15. These shows will sell out quickly, so grab your tickets ($55 a piece) now.
Contact Cindy Rasmussen
920-676-8883 or email@example.com
An experience in itself, Let Me Be Frank Productions offers a treat that will exceed all of your expectations with 110 original comedy musicals written to date. Definitely one of Wisconsin’s treasures in entertainment.
Let Me Be Frank’s is a special delight offered to both corporate or personal guests alike. Whether you desire a facility for your company functions, or personal pleasures, Let Me Be Frank’s will design a special package to accommodate. Just contact the below individuals with questions or interest!
DISCOUNTS FOR GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE!
Contact Kelly at 920-405-1135 or CONTACT US >>
(920) 471 – 7951
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Call Ticket Star at (920) 494 – 3401 or go online at www.ticketstaronline.com.
Frank’s Tribute Tickets
Call Frank at (920) 371-4070
“Terrific venue and awesome entertainment! I don’t know of any other place you can legally have this much fun!”
– Jeff Fehling
“Frank Hermans & Cast keep up the great entertainment, we look forward to all your shows each year!”
– Dick & Sandi Pfefferman
“Our family and friends truly look forward to each production and we realize how lucky we are to be a part of ‘Franks extended family’ here in the Green Bay community….”