The seats of the Joan Kuyper Farver Auditorium were almost full last night for the 2nd night ofUnion Street Players production of "KOLD Radio, Whitefish Bay." The lively Friday night crowd, estimated between 170-180, filled the auditorium with laughter. Several times during the performance the cast had to hold for extended periods of laughter that rolled through audience. Sugar may have been contributed to the audience's energetic guffaws in the second act. Central College's Campus Ministries is providing homemade sweets and coffee in room 200 of the Pella Community Center during intermission. The group is raising money for their mission to Haiti this summer.
"Early in the second act I thought to myself 'I just can't laugh anymore,'" one audience member reported to cast members. "I was worn out from laughing so much."
If you're looking for a good laugh, there are two opportunities left to see the show. Seats are still available and tickets may be purchased at the door ($10.00) Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. The Pella Community Center is located at 712 Union Street in Pella, just two blocks south of the square next to the Pella Public Library.