August 2, 2012
Filed Under South Tahoe Events
In this time of change, Tahoe needs new hope. That hope is “Guilty Pleasures,” the fast-paced comic musical that reminds us how to be a local.
For an unprecedented 6th time, David Hamilton and Mark D. Williams , music instructor at Lake Tahoe Community College, present this hilarious, original show about life in Tahoe performed by a local cast of characters (and do we mean characters…) at the Valhalla Boathouse Theatre on Sunday, August 5, at 2:30 pm.
This humorous show has once again been updated and will feature a new number and a new cast as well as the classic songs that have won over millions…okay, maybe not millions, but thousands…well, probably not thousands, but at least some friends and family of the cast.
The play centers on a group of individuals who have been given permission to perform a show as part of their community service (received for a hilarious variety of minor offenses) by a progressive Tahoe judge. Look for the popular hit numbers about living in and visiting Tahoe, such as the “Keep Tahoe Blues,” “Living on Tahoe Time” and the “TRPA” song, but with the new material including the most current Tahoe updates.
Returning to the Boathouse Theatre are Kurt Munger, Chris and Pam Taylor. The three have been in each of the six shows. Stephanie Grigsby, Anita Jones, Mark Williams (not the music guy) and Matt Ault will be playing different parts than they have in the past. “Guilty Pleasures” newbies are Carrie Bauwens, Joanie San Agustin and April Foiles.
Written and produced by David Hamilton and Mark Williams
Valhalla Boathouse Theatre at Tallac Historic Site in South Shore
August 5, 2012 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Tickets: $18 adults, and Senior/Student/Children 12 and under $15
Click here for tickets and to see the entire 2012 Valhalla Arts, Music and Theatre schedule. (530) 541-4975.
The Valhalla Arts, Music & Theatre Festival takes place at the Tallac Historic Site located 2 miles north of the Y in South Lake Tahoe on Hwy 89.