Though days are getting longer now, there’s still a lot of winter still ahead. But here in the Central Peninsula, right around the time that cabin fever starts to set in, there’s comedy and music — and this year chocolate — in the form of the annual Kenai Performers extravaganza. This year it’s “Willy Wonka.”
KDLL’s Jay Barrett spoke with Terri Burdick about the play, especially about how the Kenai Performers are hoping life imitates art.
Willy Wonka will premier at the end of February and run two weeks. We will have more about the play as opening night draws near.