Ice House Theater

The Skill of the Thrill: Behind the Scenes of Wait Until Dark at the Ice House Theater

by Phae Lockwood

The Visalia Players at the Ice House Theater present the timeless and suspenseful play, Wait Until Dark. Directed by Central Valley theater favorite, Joseph Ham, and featuring an outstanding cast, including Ice House veterans Christa Reiber as Susy and Alex Quezada as Roat, this production promises to keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.

The Norma Conquests Premieres at the Ice House

by Velva Lynn Hampson

The Visalia Players at the Ice House Theater are presenting the world premiere of The Norma Conquests, by Los Angeles playwright Rom Watson. As the Assistant Director for the production, I am thrilled that we have the opportunity to share this wildly entertaining comedy with the community. Running September 15-October 1, 2023, this play is a parody sequel to Billy Wilder’s 1950 noir classic, Sunset Boulevard, following the continuing adventures of silent movie diva, Norma Desmond.

Beehive Presented By Visalia Players

by Nancy Holley

Join the Visalia Players for Beehive, the musical, a trip down memory lane, or for those who are younger, a peek into a time that was turbulent, jubilant, and by some, considered innocent. The 1960s was a decade that for women encompassed a transition from homemaker of the 1950s, picture June Cleaver (Leave it to Beaver) to the freedom of making their way in the world, envision Janis Joplin (Me and Bobby McGee).

The Odd Couple Presented by the Visalia Players

by Nancy Holley

The Visalia Players open their sixty-third season with a classic comedy, The Odd Couple, by Neil Simon. The original Broadway production starring Walter Matthau as Oscar Madison and Art Carney as Felix Ungar won several Tony awards including Best Actor and Best Author.

The Humans Presented By the Visalia Players

by Irene Morse

The final production in the Visalia Players 62nd Season is The Humans. If you are a fan, as I am, of the novel The Humans by Matt Haig, it will be understandable that you are excited about this play. If you are a fan of the British TV series The Humans, you will probably get excited all over again.