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Temple Theater

by Lorie Lewis Ham


This weekend Throttlebottom Productions Presents The Tonapah Bambi Show which will be performed in Hanford at the Temple Theater by the Kings Players. We took a moment to chat with Wyleen Luoma, one of the directors of this show, and with “Bambi,” who is played by Wyleen.

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by Kristeina Wolfert



Hanford is known for Dairy Industry (especially the ice cream), but the Temple Theater is noteworthy as well. Home to the Kings Players, the non-profit organization puts out four staged shows per year at the Historic Landmark. The third installment, Wait Until Dark, is opening Friday September 4 and runs through Sunday, September 27.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



This past weekend I went to see The Foreigner in Hanford and it was a riot! If you are looking for something light, fun and clever, that will make you laugh, don’t miss this one.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham




The comedy play The Foreigner just opened in Hanford. KRL took a moment to chat with the show’s director, Corey Ralston.

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Lost In Yonkers On Stage In Hanford

IN THE May 21 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



Lost In Yonkers presented by the Kings Players opens in Hanford opens May 30. We took a moment to chat with the show’s director Jennifer Toledo.

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The Bus Stop On Stage in Hanford

IN THE November 20 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



This weekend The Bus Stop opens in Hanford presented by the Kings Players. KRL chatted with the show’s director Lindsey Surratt about the show.

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Everybody Loves Opal, and you should too!

IN THE March 14 ISSUE

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by Corey Ralston



To celebrate their 50th Anniversary season The Kings Players have decided to take a trip back to where it all began and produce the very first show that was ever performed by the players in 1963, Everybody Loves Opal, by John Patrick.

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