Saturday, May 9th is the last day of Pella's 2009 Tulip Time, and it's the last day to see Union Street Players' world premier of "Letters from Pella." The one-act play, which tells a forgotten story of Pella's founding residents, has been well received by residents and tourists alike. Audiences have found the show both entertaining and informative.
The final performance of "Letters from Pella" will be this afternoon at 4:30. Tickets are $7.00 and may be purchased in advance at the Central Park ticket booth or at the door. It will be performed at the Pella Community Center, located two blocks directly south of the square just west of the Public Library (712 Union Street).
(above) Sherm Van Zee, Sara Peterson, Sally Job and Christina Thompson portray disgruntled colonists.(below) Tom Vander Well portrays Pella Founder, Dominie Hendrik Peter Scholte, with Christina Thompson