Park Street Performing Arts Presents The Best Show Ever

Park Street Performing Arts Presents: The Best Show Ever

Is your life a little dull? Do you need some excitement in your life? Maybe you should check out one of these amazing performances at Park Street. These shows are sure to be a spectacle and leave you wanting more.

To begin, we have “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” by Stieg Larsson. This thrilling tale will leave you on the edge of your seat as it tells the story of Lisbeth Salander, an awesome hacker who is able to solve crimes that no one else can. It’s a must see.

Next, we have “The Lost City of Z” by David Grann. This interesting non-fiction account will tell the tale of Percy Fawcett, a British explorer who disappears in 1925 while searching for a mysterious city in the Amazon. It’s sure to be mysterious and fun!

Finally, we have “The Princess Bride” by William Goldman. A hilarious parody romance novel, The Princess Bride will leave you laughing as it tells the tale of Buttercup and Westley as they fall in love and fight to stay together despite everything that is thrown at them. You won’t regret seeing this show!

Park Street Performing Arts Presents: The Best Show Ever!

Park Street Performing Arts (PSPA) is proud to announce its first ever production of The Best Show Ever. This original musical follows the life of a young woman, who, with the help of her family and friends, realizes that she is destined for greater things.

This show will run on June 20-22 at the Park Street Theater. Tickets are now on sale at PSPA’s box office and online at All tickets are $35 each.

Our cast includes: Rachel Powell, Jake Stark, Emily Greene, and Ryan Cooper. This remarkable group of local talent has been working tirelessly since April to bring this story to life.

The Best Show Ever features live music by The Park Street Avenue Band led by our Musical Director Jim Stone and Choreography by Jennifer Smith (PSPA’s 2018 production of Hairspray).

Park Street Performing Arts Presents: The Best Show Ever

November 11, 2016

You won’t want to miss Park Street Performing Arts’ latest production of the hit musical “The Best Show Ever.” Featuring music by Adele and starring local theater star Laura Spencer, this show is one you won’t soon forget.

This story follows the rise and fall of fictional Broadway star Madison Elizabeth Montgomery. Madison grew up poor in a small town with only her mother, who she lost to cancer at age 7. Despite these painful beginnings, through hard work and determination, Madison made it big on Broadway by age 23. She was known for her role as Elphaba in Wicked and next starred as Eponine in Les Miserables. But just after she was cast in Les Miserables, tragedy struck again when a fire killed over 100 people at a show that Madison was headlining. As the sole survivor of the fire, Madison was plagued with survivor’s guilt and became an alcoholic. On top of that, she lost her voice due to smoke inhalation from the fire (and perhaps from all the screaming). The show follows Madison as she tries to make a comeback while dealing with personal demons.

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Park Street Performing Arts has a long history of presenting community theater to residents of Park Street and the surrounding areas. This summer, PSPA will be mounting two productions in our historic 400-seat theater.

Our first production is “The Best Show Ever!” This show runs from June 22nd through July 7th, with performances each Friday and Saturday night at 8:00. We are currently in rehearsals, preparing to wow local audiences with an amazing blend of song, dance, and comedy.

We hope you’ll be able to join us for this exciting production!

Park Street Performing Arts Presents: The Best Show Ever!

Our second show of the season is another one for the whole family! “The Best Show Ever” is a two-hour production that will have you laughing, crying, and cheering.

The show starts with a young boy who is under the impression that he is a dog. He runs away from home. While away, he meets many people who teach him how to eat at fancy restaurants, learn to dance, and even magic tricks. Eventually, the boy becomes famous in the circus world and performs on Broadway.

His fame becomes so great that he eventually forgets where he came from and forgets about his family. Eventually, his best friend (a dog) saves him and reminds him of what it means to be human again.

Buy your tickets today!

Park Street Performing Arts is proud to present the latest performances by talented artists in our community and abroad! We have three upcoming performances to tell you about, so be sure to get your tickets now!

Sandy and Fred: A Tale of Love and Sand will be playing at the Park Street Theatre from June 26 through July 9! This musical tells the story of two lovers separated by a sandstorm, only to be reunited after Sandy is blown all the way from the Sahara Desert to Fred’s house in sunny Southern California. This musical is fun for the whole family, with catchy music and a plot that will tug on your heartstrings. Purchase tickets here.

The next performance we’re excited about is The Best of Bach, an evening of classical music featuring some of Johann Sebastian Bach’s most popular pieces as performed by a string quartet. The concert will be held on July 15 at 8 pm at the new Park Street Music Hall. Buy your tickets here before they’re gone!

Finally, we’re happy to announce that we’ll be hosting a free poetry reading on August 1 at 7 pm at the Park Street Coffeehouse featuring local poet Marissa Pangborn. This event is open to all ages (though parental guidance is suggested for children under 13)

I’ve been racking my brain for weeks now, trying to figure out what I should write about for this article. I have a good idea about the topic, but I’m still undecided about the angle I want to take. Should it be light and humorous? Serious? Informative?

If it were up to me, I would take a lighthearted approach and write something that is both fun and informative. So, here it is: my favorite thing about Park Street Performing Arts. Drum roll please…

It’s…The Show!

I love everything that The Show has to offer. From the moment you walk into the theater, you are swept away by its aura of charm. From the cast members who greet you at the door with an enthusiastic smile and a warm “hello” to the lively music that is playing in the background (which is always so fitting), everything just sort of melts away. It feels like home, almost as if you have stepped into a whole new world!

I hope you will join us on this exciting journey!

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